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The Cars of Team Speedway

1967 Chevy Camaro

Specifically designed for autocross & road race competitions, the new Team Speedway 1967 Camaro was built around the rear suspension from a 2011 Camaro. Upgraded with BMR components and a G-Force Engineering 9" Ford center section conversion, Team Speedway also heavily modified the coil over design for ease of access for adjustments on the track. The front suspension is a modified Speedway Motors G-Comp Unser Edition subframe, mounting to the stock points on the Camaro body. The Camaro rides on 4-way fully adjustable AFCO shocks. Providing the power is a GM aluminum block 440 built by Speedway Motors Racing Engines with 18 deg. aluminum GM heads, Jesel belt cam drive, MSD ignition, and a set of Kinsler stacks modified to run EFI for a FAST Engine Management System. A Tremec T-56 with a Dederichs Motorsports no-clutch dogbox conversion moves that power to the rear.

1970 Camaro

Team Speedway’s ’70 Camaro launched in the Summer of 2015. As a prototype for a new suspension system, this parts under the hood may change – but the look remains the same – a tribute to the Johnny Lightening car Al Unser drove. A little bit a history and a whole lot of fun for Al Unser Jr to drive!

1965 Nova

Team Speedway’s G-Comp ’65 Nova is a testbed for the new bolt-in G-Comp Chevy II front suspension from Speedway Motors, which has transformed this former economy car into a first-rate handling machine. Though it just hit the autocross track late in the 2014 season, it is already running neck-and-neck with the top cars in the country.