Brad Frisselle

Aspen CO

Turned his tenure as a successful SCCA Club racer into an equally-successful, however brief, professional driver. Started with a Datsun 2000 roadster in 1970 and in 1973 won the SCCA’s Kimberly Cup at the RunOffs. Joined IMSA in 1975 with his Datsun 240Z and won the Most Improved Driver award. Won the 1976 Camel GTU title, as a privateer against factory teams, with eight wins in 12 starts. Won 15 races over a five-year span, including an overall win in the 1977 12 Hours of Sebring driving a Porsche RSR, 1978 Talladega six-hour, and the GTU class at Sebring in 1980 his Chevrolet Monza was the only American car in the 1978 24 Hours of Le Mans. Developed the Frisbee Can-Am car. Returned to IMSA in 1980 with a factory Mazda, winning the GTU class at Sebring, then retired from racing at the end of the season. Now guiding son Burt’s growing racing career.

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