As highlighted in this month’s feature on the 1970 Can-Am event at Watkins Glen, the original Canadian-American Challenge Cup series was one of the most unique and awe-inspiring racing championships ever to grace the world motor sport stage. Part of the series’ allure was the fact that major manufacturers fielded major league drivers in unlimited cars for major money. The results were nothing short of spectacular, with names like McLaren, Porsche Lola, and Shadow all claiming championship victories. Sadly, the Can-Am, in its original “unlimited” form, lasted but a decade, yet has taken on near mythical status in the minds of enthusiasts worldwide. With such a devoted following, is it any wonder that Duke Video has at last come out with a fitting video history of the subject?
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