Whether you’re a NASCAR fan or not, you can’t help but admire the Chevy Camaro that’s getting ramped up for the Nationwide Series, not only is it one gorgeous hunk of metal, it’s meant for some serious racing business. While the Chevy Impala is used to taking this place since the Sprint Cup officials of the junior series decided that cars could be designed to look more like their street legal production models, and let’s face it; the new super sports cars coming out are sharp enough to do NASCAR or any other race circuit proud and Camaro can’t be beat for having the looks that kill. Therefore, the Impala is retired, at least for now so the Camaro can take a chance in the limelight of top speed adventures.
Not only is the Chevy Camaro getting ready to put its mark on the tracks, the Ford Mustang is getting geared up to take a place at the starting line. While the Chevy Camaro and Ford Mustang Shelby have gone head to head in a number of races and the Camaro has come out on top every time, maybe the race version of the Mustang will be able to give the Camaro a run for its money. It’s not just all about Chevy and Ford though, the Dodge Challenger and Toyota Camry are both set to go for the win, but honestly, with what Chevy and Ford have done for their street legal roadsters, we can’t imagine any other car is going to be able to give them too much of a challenge on the tracks. Unless of course that is that the two American automakers don’t care as much about the track as they do about the highways and byways. We’ll have to wait until next year to find out though. The Camaro isn’t going to hit the tracks until the Daytona International Speedway in February.
Source Motor Trend