The words “Camaro Z/28” are some of the most iconic in automotive history. Also an icon is the chrome badge associated with the 1968 and 1969 versions of these cars.
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.
50 years ago, the COPO Camaro captured the hearts and minds of drag racers and automotive enthusiasts around the world thanks to the all-aluminum 427c.i. ZL1 engine Five decades later, the COPO name is still synonymous with the drag strip.
Next up in our series of articles looking back at some of readers’ favorites is one spotlighting the Gen 6 Camaro. Below is an overview of the recommended first mods for the iconic vehicle.
The 50th Anniversary Edition COPO Camaro turned heads when it was introduced at the SEMA Show earlier this month. However, time is running out to become a part of automotive history.
Chase Elliott scored the first victory of 2019 for Team Chevy in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series on Sunday, piloting his Camaro ZL1 from Hendrick Motorsports to a popular victory in a wild finish at Talladega Superspeedway.
The 2018 Camaro ZL1 1LE has only been in production for just over a year, but it is already quite accomplished. The LT4-powered muscle car is the fastest production Camaro to ever lap the famed Nürburgring with a blistering time of 7:16.04.
Jim Boburka is a common name to hear in drag racing circles. He competed in the U.S. Nationals for the first time in 1970 and has been a fixture on the drag racing scene for decades.
As can be expected any time race cars go down track, Team Chevy was in the thick of the action during the NHRA Four-Wide Nationals at zMAX Dragway near Charlotte this past weekend. Both John Force Racing Camaro SS Funny Cars appeared in the final round, a COPO Camaro advanced to the semifinals of the Factory Stock Showdown and several sportsman competitors claimed coveted Wally trophies.
COPO Camaro driver Arthur Kohn had a big year in 2018. The personable Texas competitor won the NHRA Factory Stock Showdown event at Charlotte’s zMAX Dragway in the spring, then became the first COPO driver to break into the seven-second range when he did so at Gateway Motorsports Park outside St. Louis in the fall.