Chevrolet has already released the photographs of the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro, which will be taking part in the 2013 NASCAR Nationwide Series. This new entry should not be confused with the SS Sedan that Chevrolet still has to release and which is expected to be used in the 2014 Sprint Cup series.
It is about time that Chevrolet joined the fray, considering that Ford’s 2013 Fusion NASCAR has been digitized for CFD testing and the introduction of the 2013 Dodge Charger NASCAR. NASCAR changed the rules for 2013, allowing car manufacturers to enter a car that closely resembles the actual production. So, Chevrolet came up with the new Camaro. While it shares some likeness with the actual production Camaro, it still has a long way to go before it becomes identical to it. Nonetheless, NASCAR and motorsport fans will now have a reason to celebrate and try and buy it.[Not a valid template]
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About the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro NASCAR
Until Ford and Dodge, Chevrolet will not be entering is new Camaro in the Sprint Cup event. It will be competing at the Nationwide Series event and that is why it has been built and designed differently to undertake the rigors of the event. The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro has a distinctive style that makes it standout. This includes the innovative power bulge hood, the deep-recessed grille, dual port grille, gold bowtie and halo light rings.
The 2013 Chevrolet Camaro NASCAR will make its first appearance at Daytona, which will host the first race of the Nationwide series in 2013. However, engineers from Chevrolet will still be working hard to hone the vehicle for the competition next year by putting it through wind tunnel and conducting track tests.
If you are not familiar with NASCAR events, here is some information. NASCAR has two racing series, the Sprint Cup that allows cars that produce 850 hp and the Nationwide that allows cars that produce 650 hp. Sprint Cup has cars, such as Ford Fusion, Chevrolet SS and Dodge Charge; while the Nationwide competition will see the likes of Ford Mustang, Dodge Challenger and of course, the 2013 Chevrolet Camaro. Chevrolet also enters the Camry in the Nationwide series; however, the reason for Chevy’s entry has been attributed to the fact that Toyota is not producing coupes.