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Published on 10/23/2018

Burtin Racing to Host Camaro Corral at COTA on November 3

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DAN HODGDON

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LUCAS PRIAMO and CHRIS CLARK

Burtin Racing is a modern-day stalwart of the legendary Trans Am Series, fielding a pair of Chevrolet Camaros in the TA class. To celebrate the Camaro’s special place in American sports- and muscle-car history, the team is hosting a Camaro Corral at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin during the series’ penultimate race of 2018 on November 2-4.

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Published on 10/23/2018
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WORDS:

DAN HODGDON

PHOTOS:

LUCAS PRIAMO and CHRIS CLARK

Burtin Racing to Host Camaro Corral at COTA on November 3

Burtin Racing is a modern-day stalwart of the legendary Trans Am Series, fielding a pair of Chevrolet Camaros in the TA class. To celebrate the Camaro’s special place in American sports- and muscle-car history, the team is hosting a Camaro Corral at Circuit of the Americas (COTA) in Austin during the series’ penultimate race of 2018 on November 2-4.

The Burtin Racing Camaro Corral is open to all generations of Camaros and will be held at COTA’s Grand Plaza beginning at 10 a.m. on Saturday, November 3. During the festivities, team driver Lawrence Loshak will be meeting participants and signing autographs starting at 11:30 a.m. Loshak has collected two wins in the series this year and his No. 2 Camaro sits just five points out of the championship lead with only two races remaining. Remarkably, it is Loshak’s first full season in the TA class.

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The Burtin Racing team will also choose one participant as “Best in Show” at 12 p.m., with the winner receiving four Pirelli tires. Special giveaways are slated throughout the event as well. Parking and participation in the Camaro Corral are free. However, admission to the event, paddock and other areas will require a ticket for entry. Guests also must be present to win.

The Camaro has long been celebrated by automotive enthusiasts around the world, and that reverence extends to road racing. The car has been an eight-time champion in Trans Am, dating back to the series’ inception in the mid-1960s. At COTA, Burtin Racing looks to become another step closer to adding to that number. The race is scheduled to take the green flag at 11:10 a.m. on Sunday, November 4. All times are Central.

For more information on Burtin Racing and the Camaro Corral, visit www.burtinracing.com. To RSVP, email pr@advmotorsports.com