You follow Chevrolet Motorsports because you’re thrilled by the relationship between man and machine. And maybe because you admire champions who never stop pushing for the next win. But whether it’s NHRA, NMCA, or Circle Track that moves you, don’t wait for our next victory lap to take one of your own.
In 2015, Chevrolet won the NHRA Manufacturer Bowl for the 21st time, with 29 national NHRA event victories in three Eliminator categories. But our relationship with the pinnacle of professional drag racing stretches back decades, including the 1969 introduction of the first COPO Camaro purpose-built for the drag strip.
A racing machine, the latest COPO Camaro packs heart and heritage in one blistering package, with three engines developed to compete with the best of the NHRA Stock Eliminator and Super Stock classes.
Our proud support of NMCA Muscle Car drag racing includes sponsoring the 2016 Chevrolet Performance Challenge Series, a salute to the iconic American muscle car. And you can’t salute the American muscle car without honoring the prowess of the equally iconic Chevy small-block LS.
Built for the strip, the race-ready and Chevrolet Stock Class-exclusive DR525 crate engine is a small-block, fuel-injected powerhouse. Available in a Muscle Car Oil Pan Kit (P/N 19329009) packing 494 lb-ft of torque, or a Gen4 F-Body Oil Pan Kit (P/N 19329008) packing 498 lb-ft, both come ready to go from crate to staging lane in minimal time.
It’s not every group of racers who can trace their roots to Prohibition-era moonshiners, so it takes some serious commitment to go fender-to-fender on America’s Circle Tracks. Thankfully, we’ve got the line of Circle Track engines and the heritage to proudly sponsor the grassroots Circle Track in series classes across the country.
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