Kevin Bartlett 'The Camaro Years' at Bathurst (ICMR Special)
Ever Revvin' Kevin Bartlett entered his Channel 9 Sports Chevrolet Z28 Camaro in the Bathurst
1000 in 1979, 1980, 1981 and 1982. This ICMR Special brings that amazing
and exciting era back to life. Great racing!
Co-drivers were John McCormack, Bob Forbes and Colin Bond.
Commentated by Evan Green, Mike Raymond, Garry Wilkinson and Chris
Full credit to Channel 7 Sport, Australia. What a great job they did.
Motor racing is an international language.
Brutal Camaro SS Race Car OnBoard on Track!
This awesome Chevy Camaro SS is powered by a 6.2
liter LS3 V8 engine that produces 530hp with a very low weight and has been
developed and tested for the 2013 Superstars International Series.
In this video you can see it racing on track with two very interesting
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Lola T70 Historic Can-Am Race
Two 1967 lola T70 race cars SL73/120 (red) and SL73/116 (yellow) compete at
the 2007 Columbia River Classic Races, with NART Ferrari, McLaren, Chevron,
March 76B, Brabham BT35, Lola: T212, T290, T162, T300 at Portland
International Raceway, see our company web site at: www.kellysolympian.com
1968 Camaro Race Car at Thompson Speedway Vintage Motorsports Festival
Frank Grimaldi races his fast and loud vintage 1968 "Trans Am" Chevy Camaro on the new 1.7 mile
road course at Thompson Speedway Motorsports Park (TSMP) at the inaugural
Vintage Motorsports Festival (June 27-29, 2014)
The car is a 1968 Chevrolet Camaro. Engine is a 302 cubic
inch V8 with a single 4 barrel carburetor and the transmission is a 4
The car is basically set up per the 1969 SCCA (Sports Car Club of America)
TransAm series specifications and has been upgraded to SVRA( Sports Car
Vintage Racing Organization ) Group 6 specifications.
The car is also a rare SCCA Brass Tag A-Sedan. Obtained at the 1972 Lime
Rock Trans Am race. It was also registered as an SVRA Historic Racecar in
The Vintage Motorsports Festival was held by two of the premier vintage
racing groups in the country, VRG and VSCCA, and featured over 220 cars on
track throughout the weekend.
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List of the cars in the video:
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo LP600 GT3 FL2
Ferrari FXX Evoluzione
Mercedes C63 AMG F1 Safety Car
2014 Citroen C-Elysée WTCC
2013 Porsche 997 GT3 R
2013 Auto GP Formula car
Mazda MX-5 turbo
2013 McLaren MP4-12C GT3
PRC Ford V8
Lancia Beta Monte Carlo turbo Gr. 5
Gumpert Apollo S
700hp Subaru Impreza
Ferrari F2002 F1 Car
2013 Audi R8 LMS Ultra
Volvo S40 BTCC
Opel Vectra V8 GTS DTM
Skoda Fabia WRC
Audi R18 E-Tron Quattro
Audi Sport Quattro S1
2013 Ferrari 458 GT3
Porsche 917 K
Lexus LFA Nurburgring Edition
Ferrari 575 GT1
Toyota Supra single turbo
Juno Sport Alfa Romeo V6
Lancia Stratos HF Gr. 4
Radical SR8 RX
Lotus Exige GT Cup
Subaru Impreza GBD
Ferrari 599xx Evoluzione
2013 Lamborghini Gallardo Super Trofeo
2014 Porsche 991 RSR
Chrysler 300C SRT-8 Superstars series
Aston Martin CC-100
Norma M20 Honda K20
2008 Dallara GP2
Audi A4 DTM
Volkswagen Polo R WRC
BMW Z4 GT3
Lotus Exige V6
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Sox and Martin and other vintage racing Mopars
Festival of Speed in St. Pete, Fl; These are the actual vintage super stock
race cars. They were being lined up to be loaded on transporters when the
car show ended. I stuck around just to hear them fire up!
Smokey Yunick 1968 Camaro Trans Am Race Car at Hot Rod - Eastwood
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One of the most legendary race cars of all time made an appearance at the
Hot Rod Magazine 65th Anniversary Homecoming in Pomona in March 2013 - the
1968 Camaro made famous
by Smokey Yunick. Although Yunick never won a Trans Am Race in this car,
he did set numerous speed and endurance records. Do Yenko later purchased
the car and led it to Trans Am victories.
The car was altered in many ways, and much has been written about Smokey
and the tech inspections.
Yunick also built a 1968 Camaro for Trans-Am racing.
Although Yunick set several speed and endurance records with the car at
Bonneville Speedway, with both a 302 cubic inch (~4942 cubic centimeter)
and a 396 cubic inch (~6489 cubic centimeter) engine, it never won a race
while Yunick owned it. It was later sold to Don Yenko, who did win several
races. In typical Yunick fashion, the car, although superficially a stock
Camaro, had acid-dipped
body panels and thinner window glass to reduce weight, the front end of the
body tilted downwards and the windshield laid back for aerodynamics, all
four fenders widened, the front subframe Z'ed (to physically move the front
suspension higher and lower the front of the car) and the floorpan moved up
to lower the car, and many other detailed modifications. The drip rails
were even brought closer to the body for a tiny aerodynamic improvement. A
connector to the engine oil system was extended into the car's interior, to
allow the driver to add oil from a pressurized hose during pit stops. In
order to allow the driver enough freedom of movement, the shoulder harness
was modified to include a cable-ratchet mechanism from a military
helicopter. In 1993, Vic Edelbrock, Jr. purchased and restored the car.
Yunick grew up on a farm in Neshaminy, Pennsylvania and had to drop out of
school to run the farm at age 16, upon the death of his father. This,
however, gave him an opportunity to exercise his talents for improvising
and optimizing mechanical solutions; for instance, constructing a tractor
from the remains of a junked car. In his spare time, he built and raced
motorcycles; this is where he got his nickname, "Smokey," derived from the
behavior of one of his motorcycles.
Pre-raceTrans-am cars at 2006 Limerock park Vintage Festival
A short video clip I took with my digital camera. The picture may be
grainy, and the sound will never be replicated through any microphone. I
swear, these were the loudest cars I've ever heard, and they're not only
heard, but felt. Crank up the volume!