Alongside tomorrow’s 2023 Season 4 build, iRacing will release the 1987 Pontiac Grand Prix joining the 1987 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Ford Thunderbird, and Buick LeSabre in the iRacing NASCAR Legends Series.
Campaigned by Petty Enterprises, Blue Max Racing, RahMoc Enterprises, and McDuffie Racing, the Pontiac Grand Prix had a small but mighty driver lineup for the 1987 NASCAR Cup Series season. The 1987 Pontiac Grand Prix was a successful car in NASCAR, raced by famous names such as Dale Earnhardt, and Rusty Wallace to name a few. It won 17 races that season. Dale Earnhardt won the NASCAR Cup Series championship in the car, and it was also the car that Rusty Wallace won his first career race in.
The 1987 Pontiac Grand Prix is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 engine that produces 305 horsepower. It has a four-speed manual transmission and rear-wheel drive. The car weighs in at 3,200 pounds.
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