I will trade them even for my 2002 SVE Camaro SS
Humpy Wheeler made Charlotte Motor Speedway a mecca for all things racing. As such, NASCAR collaborated with GM, Ford and Toyota to engineer the 7th-generation race cars. Becoming closer to stock cars once again. Known as “Next Gen” the Camaro ZL1 is kinda close to what you can buy at our Chevy dealers.
The ZL1 Super Speedway Camaro has a lower greenhouse and shorter trunk lid. The symmetrical body offers great downforce, and the independent rear suspension offers incredible grip on the high-banked turns. Instead of the traditional 4-speed transmission, a new rear-mounted transaxle was borrowed from the Corvette ZR1. Chevrolet will be diving deep into the car’s details Saturday night at 8, so bookmark this link:
This offers perfect weight distribution without adding lead to the corners like the old-timers did. The front and rear suspension ride on subframes that can be quickly changed out after friendly contact with the wall or a rookie driver. I might have to get back on the NASCAR bandwagon, but I wouldn’t trade my SVE Camaro SS for anything. Their new SVE Yenko Stage II Camaro makes 1,050 horsepower, and you will see it on the Motor Expo field at Amelia Island two weeks from now. Stay with us for all your Camaro news.
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