well typically 1 strap over the right rear axle tube, and 1 over the left. Up front you can do an X pattern and go from the right side to the left lower arm, and then from the left tiedown to the right lower arm. Get a little tension on each strap, tighten the front equally so with the X pattern the straps will want to keep the car low and centered on the tralier. Then go to the back and tighten down each rear strap equally. You want as close to the same tension on each strap as possible but make sure there is a good amount of tension and that there are no twisting of the straps, you want them to all be as flat as possible. I tried to answer this as best I could for you. Don't be afraid to ask for somebodies help that has done it before, it is not hard to learn but I don't want you to lose the Camaro in the process of learning how to do it.
I would say if you have to ask how to strap one down you have no business in trying to trailer Camaro. And I say this for your safety and those who may be following you in traffic.
* oh if you do get the car on the trailer go at least 5 to 10 miles an hour slower than the posted speed limit and make sure you know how the trailer is going to respond to a quick stop or turn.