To all of our road course racers and enthusiasts out there, Chevrolet hasn’t completely forgotten about road course racing and has a SCCA racing program with professional driver, Todd Napieralski. Both Todd and the stealthy SCCA-prepped Camaro were in attendance for the event and also at the SEMA show. Todd races in T2, which is a club racing touring class where very minimal modifications can be done to the racecars. Typical allowed modifications for the class are usually upgraded shocks, brakes, springs, sway bars, and any other platform specific and SCCA committee cleared upgrades. Most racecars in T2 have a significant power restriction. The 6th generation Camaro, for example, runs a 60mm intake restrictor as well as a 3600 pound minimum weight, including driver. Todd did well regionally this year and placed seventh nationally at the highly competitive and well-renowned 2016 SCCA Runoffs. We are wishing the team best of luck next year, and we are hoping for a Team Chevy podium finish at the Runoffs for 2017!