This 1969 GT 6+ won the National SCCA EP Championship at Daytona in November 1969. This was the factory-backed Group 44 car sponsored by Triumph, Quaker State, Champion, and Goodyear.
In 1970, this car set on the pole for the SCCA Runoff at Road Atlanta and was leading the race when it retired with transmission problems. This vehicle was also Triumph's display car at the 1970 New York Auto Show.
This GT6+ was found in a barn in North Carolina. The car has been restored to the exact livery as it appeared in the Daytona winners circle in 1969. The restoration was performed by the Classic Motorsport magazine staff. In 2009, the car won the Amelia Award at the Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance before participating in the Monterey Historics that August.
Group 44 Inc. Group 44 was formed by Bob Tullius and Brian Fuerstenau during the early 1960s. It remains as one of America's most successful racing teams. Their cars were renowned for their distinctive green and white liveries, countless victories, and impeccable preparation.Also photographed at :