George E. Alderman

Hockessin DE

Began racing in 1956 with an ex-Formula 3 Cooper-Jap. SCCA Formula 3 National Champion in a Cooper-Norton in 1960; and Formula Libre Runoffs champion in 1964 in a Cooper-Alfa. Ran several SCCA pro series in the mid-60s including the USRRC, Trans-Am and Can-Am and in Trans-Am Two-Five Challenge in the early ’70s. In ’71 and ’74, Alderman won the IMSA Baby Grand championship with a Datsun 510 and an AMC Gremlin respectively. He competed successfully in IMSA’s GT, GTO and GTU categories from ’71 through ’89. Was overall winner of the ’92 Longest Day of Nelson round-the-clocker co-driving a Caterham S-7.

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