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Momentum Race Group Announces 2009 Grand-Am KONI Sports Car Challenge Team
CamaroZ28.Com is pleased to announce that Momentum Race Group will be fielding a new two car team for the 2009 Grand-Am KONI Competition featuring the new Riley Technologies-built 2010 Camaros and CamaroZ28.Com member Jordon Musser leading the team.
Leave the paint scheme, change the silver to Le Mans blue, and the orange to bright orange and put Sunoco on the side!
Speaking of the old Penske team, Jordan, congratulations on the chance we all wish we could have in carrying on the legenday tradition Team Penske and Mark Donahue started with the Camaro in the Trans Am racing series over 40 years ago. Make us proud buddy!
Ohhhh.... this ought to make for some good racing with Mustang.
So I gotta ask seeing how the LS3 has 20+ HP on the 5.0 Cammer in the Mustang, are they letting you guys run unrestricted, or is power to weight ratio comparable with the field with an unrestricted engine?
2009 GT500 2.9 Whipple 3.25 pulley, ARH 1-7/8 Long Tubes, ARH 3" OR X-Pipe, Dynomax 3" Catback w/ Race Bullets, FRPP 65mm T-Body, 123mm JLT Big Air
Set your DVR to record "Koni Challenge" races on Speed Channel (unless you are into watching commercials, in which case just tune in).
It's on at noon on some days, and 3AM on others. Either way, I'm not available to watch. So whether I like commercials or not, the DVR is the answer.
I just scheduled mine to record.
2002 NBM Camaro Z28 M6 - best ET 13.21, best MPH 108.9, best 60' 2.14 - 325hp/343tq - Lid, Corsa, SixSpeedsInc T56, Pro 5.0 w/ short stick, STB, SFC, 17x9 wheels
1987 Buick Grand National - firstname.lastname@example.org on old build - 355hp/424tq @ 20psi - FAST XFI, WB02 with full-time closed-loop operation, Precision 58mm + wastegate, too much to list