In the beginning, there were underpowered sports cars. The energy crises of the early 1970’s, subsequent lower compression ratios, and crude, first generation emission controls had combined to emasculate performance cars to the extent that enthusiasts were in despair. Enter Reeves Callaway. In 1973, Reeves was a young man who found himself unable to continue his racing career, even after winning the National Championship in SCCA’s Formula Vee. He simply didn’t have the money. It was a difficult time for the young man just voted one of the best of the new crop of SCCA racing drivers that year. Reeves was considered to have had the best pair of hands in Formula Car racing of any of the young American drivers. Contemporaries were notables such as Rick Mears and Emerson Fittipaldi.
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