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July 01, 2010
With steel wheels and tires that look better suited to drag racing, David Fryer's Camaro stood out from the crowd. He came to the event more interested in having fun than taking home a trophy.
With steel wheels and tires that look better suited to drag racing, David Fryer's Camaro s
Aaron Raymond is a man on a tight budget who isn't afraid to get his hands dirty. His '69 is a work in progress, but he's already swapped in a used 6.0L LS engine along with a T-56 transmission. In this shot we caught him working the road course to a best time of 2:13.80. He managed a 46.116 at the autocross and 15.353 on Speed-Stop Challenge. Not bad considering this is only the second time he's been on a track.
Aaron Raymond is a man on a tight budget who isn't afraid to get his hands dirty. His '69
Another Camaro with a killer stance was Doug Renner's '69. He's been slowly upgrading his bitchin black F-body over the last couple of years. Most recently he upgraded the front brakes to a set of big Baer binders with plans to ditch the rear drums over the summer. Renner knocked down a 2:08.65 time on the road course and a 45.936 on the autocross. After the event, he hosted a party where it's rumored he "saw Elvis" after sampling some Tennessee sippin' whiskey out of a mason jar.
Another Camaro with a killer stance was Doug Renner's '69. He's been slowly upgrading his
"What a blast! That was a great event and my car did much better than its driver did," Mike Kelcy says. This was proof that you didn't need to lay down killer lap times to have fun at the event. We saw Kelcy out on the road course, but no time was recorded. Then again, he was having so much fun wheeling his '68 we doubt he cared!
"What a blast! That was a great event and my car did much better than its driver did," Mik
Corey Condit came out from Scottsdale, Arizona, to put his cousin Jack Fields' TCI-equipped '67 though its paces. At the end of the day he managed a 2:05.69 on the big track and 45.946 at the autocross.
Corey Condit came out from Scottsdale, Arizona, to put his cousin Jack Fields' TCI-equippe
Rick Klein's '68 is simply gorgeous, and it's on our short list of cars we want to shoot for the magazine. His car sports an all-iron 396 big-block, Tremec TKO-600 trans and suspension parts from Global West, DSE, and Hotchkis Performance. Klein managed a very good 2:02.47 on the road course in the nose-heavy Camaro along with a 47.188 on the autocross and 15.714 in the Speed-Stop Challenge.
Rick Klein's '68 is simply gorgeous, and it's on our short list of cars we want to shoot f
One of the more unique fashion accessories at the RTTC event was the pink cowboy hat. This hat was presented to whoever spun their car, and they were required to wear it until the next person took a spin. Let's just say quite a few people donned the headgear during the day. Here we caught DSE's Ryan Mathews looking pretty in pink.
One of the more unique fashion accessories at the RTTC event was the pink cowboy hat. This
The day started out rough for James Faria when a missing starter bolt almost took him out of the competition. Luckily, he was able to catch a ride into town and found a suitable replacement. He bought his '69 as a present to himself when he was getting out of the Air Force and, since then, has been steadily improving the Camaro. Right now the ride sports a 496 big-block Viper T-56 trans, DSE suspension, and Baer brakes on all four corners. Faria finished in the Top 10 overall with a 2:03.93 road course, 45.946 autocross, and 14.681 in the Speed-Stop Challenge.
The day started out rough for James Faria when a missing starter bolt almost took him out
Drive it like you stole it, or in the case of Jimi Day, like you borrowed it. Since Ridetech's Bret Voelkel couldn't make it to the event, he asked Day to beat on the Velocity Camaro. He managed a 2:04.88 on the road course, 43.573 on the autocross, and 14.765 in the Speed-Stop Challenge.
Drive it like you stole it, or in the case of Jimi Day, like you borrowed it. Since Ridet
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