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1971 Camaro - Built for the Corners

Autocross is a form of racing that pushes a car and its driver to the limit. On the surface, it seems relatively simple: navigate a cone course as quickly as possible without hitting any cones or losing control. Most autocross courses are relatively compact, and don't provide enough room to reach the triple-digit speeds you might see on a full-size track. However, the sport places a heavy emphasis on precise acceleration, braking, and handling. Making a car dance through the cones is far from easy.

Autocross is a form of racing that pushes a car and its driver to the limit. On the surface, it seems relatively simple: navigate a cone course as quickly as possible without hitting any cones or...

Classic Industries Puts Carbon Camaro Back on Track

A Carbon Fiber Show Car Built to Race

The full-race appearance of the Carbon Camaro was inspired by the IROC cars of the 70’s and taken into the 21st century with a healthy dose of carbon fiber.


The Spectre Performance Carbon Camaro, a heavily modified 1970 model, was designed as a Pro Touring machine to debut at SEMA. However, unlike many vehicles displayed at SEMA, the Carbon Camaro was not merely a showpiece.

A Carbon Fiber Show Car Built to Race

The full-race appearance of the Carbon Camaro was inspired by the IROC cars of the 70’s and taken into the 21st century with a healthy dose of carbon fiber.