Howe introduced this class of cars in 2010 starting with the Scandinavian based Camaro Cup and has since produced nearly 400 worldwide. Many noted names in racing have driven Howe road race cars including Andretti, Archer, Halsmer, Jonsson, Kendall, Matos, Miller, Magnussen, Seton, Skeen, Tracy, and Van de Poele.
The cars built for the U.S. are produced in different forms; SCCA Pro TA2, SCCA GT2, Club or Custom. Several International divisions are racing variations of the class under a variety of names. The Club equipped car is the same chassis, horsepower and suspension geometry as a pro car but without some of the required components and as a result, the cost of a Club package is less.
Howe built cars have won the majority of Pro races and eight out of nine national championships including 2017 Champion Gar Robinson, 2018 Champion Rafa Matos, 2019 Champion Mark Miller, and 2020 Champion Mike Skeen. Howe chassis are built on site and all replacement parts are in inventory. Howe representatives are on hand to support Trans Am Tour events and tech bulletins precede each event.