Podcast #342 – Camaro Rewind.

March 24, 2012

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Show Notes:

  • This episode will be sort of like a “Best of” type show as Jason is on vacation and not available for this episode this week.
  • The new Chevy Camaro ZL1 has one of the most sophisticated computerized traction management systems ever fitted to a production car to help get all 580 horsepower to the pavement. ZL1 Performance Manager Tony Roma explains how each PTM mode works, and takes us for some hot laps around Virginia International Raceway.  http://www.camaroz28.com/forums/2010-2011-2012-camaro-news-sightings-pictures-multimedia-61/performance-traction-camaro-zl1-explained-857370
  • Remember back to January 9, 2006.  This was the day the Camaro Concept was introduced in Detroit, MI to the world.  We are taking you back to that day with our interview with Scott “The Fbodfather” Settlemire after the car was introduced.  It still seems just like yesterday!
  • Here is the video that was shown during the Camaro Concept unveil in Detroit, and also referenced in our interview with Scott on that day back in 2006.  http://youtu.be/CqlcALpr9tQ
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