Forty-two years after winning the 1969 SCCA Formula Continental crown in Marvin Davidson’s Milestone Eagle, Tony Adamowicz is once again king of Formula 5000, having claimed victory in three of the five F5000 Drivers Association revival races to secure the 2011 title. Driving the same 1969 Eagle Mark 5-Chevy he took to the title in ’69 (now owned by Doug Magnon), Adamowicz won at Watkins Glen, Mont Tremblant and Road America to claim both Class A (pre-’72 cars) and overall honors.
Seb Coppola took 2nd in both the Class A and overall standings with his ex-Jack Eiteljorg Lola T192-Chevy, while Barry Blackmore finished 3rd overall and won Class B (post-’71) with his 1976 Lola T332-Chevy on the strength of class wins at Mont Tremblant and Road America.
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