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Not yet but we will have to remove it. We have already purchases a steel trunk lid. As for the spoiler, are there different type that can be purchased ?


I just wanted to share few pictures of our Camaro on the banking at Montlhery, a famous French Track that used to host several world championship events like the FIA 1000 Km of Paris.
The track is only open for demo runs as it is now in a very bad condition. How bumpy is that track ! This was for a motorsport event that gathered lots of interesting cars from Group B to single seater, or vintage racing bikes.
Next will be our last round of the championship in 4 days down south at Le Castellet.

Trans-Am Camaros / Re: Power steering on TA Camaro
« on: September 15, 2015, 07:22:25 AM »

Our races last 1 hour. It's really not a problem of physical endurance but more an issue of placing the car in slow corner. It simply needs to much effort to turn in slow corner and we loose time there.
We are currently fitting a PS system to the car and will test it during the last round of our championship first week-end of October. Hopefully as a racing PS it will not be too easy to turn and compromise the handling.

Trans-Am Camaros / Re: Power steering on TA Camaro
« on: July 19, 2015, 10:14:21 AM »
Interesting. Thanks

Here are two onboard videos :
- Rolling Start :

- Battle for 6th - 7th :

Few More

Last week-end was the 4th round of our championship at the legendary Monza track, the fastest in Europe. It was our first time there, and I have to say it was a blast. Shinny weather but awfully hot (37 C - 98 F) so that it was very hard for the cars and the drivers. As usual our brakes tended to fade quickly so we had to put us in a "save mode" during the race. We nevertheless finished 7th, once again the oldest car of the grid and the first one on threaded tires.
Our best lap was at 152 Km/h (95 Mph) average speed. We don't have the top speed at the end of the huge pit straight but it was probably around 240 Km/h (150 Mph).
Great week-end with good fight with the Escort gr.2, Rover TWR and BMW 635 gr.A.
Few pictures here under and 2 onboard vids to follow

Trans-Am Camaros / Re: 1st gen Camaro brake duct pictures
« on: July 17, 2015, 07:28:04 AM »
Many thanks Ken and Jon

Trans-Am Camaros / Re: 1st gen Camaro brake duct pictures
« on: July 15, 2015, 07:31:28 PM »
Thanks Ken.

Any picture ?

Trans-Am Camaros / 1st gen Camaro brake duct pictures
« on: July 15, 2015, 12:59:11 PM »
As you know I would like to improve my braking distance (delco Moraine calipers, s...ty discs and PFC pads) and cooling might be one of the key.

If you have any pictures of front cooling ducts on a 1st gen Camaro that would be helpful.
I have already seen on this board the 69 Camaro of the Penske team with fabricated alloy ducts.
Any other solution here ?


Another one onboard battling for 8th with a light and nimble Alfa Romeo.
Interesting to see a light vs heavy BUT powerful car

A nice vid of the rolling start onboard the Camaro.
No grip at all on cold tires and a massive understeer did not help climb in the ranking.

One more

The third round of the Heritage Touring Cup championship is now behind us. It was a great week-end at Dijon on the ex.F1 track.
We finished 7th in a hot race battling with a slippery and very hot track (30-35 deg C all week-end).
The tires purely melted, and the understeer and "lively" rear axle made of this race the toughest so far.
But 7th is still in our initial goal and we were the oldest car of the grid and the first one with threaded tires.

Few pictures here under

An onboard video in the Camaro during free practice at Spa.

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