May 29, 2015

  • To hold the Guinness Book of World Records for the longest continuous drift, one would have to know how to manage mistakes. Imagine keeping a BMW M5 going sideways for 51.28 miles! That's what this week's guest contributor, Johan Schwartz, did to set the record. But Johan knows about more than just drifting. In fact, he's a multi-race winner, racing for Chevrolet in a Chevrolet Sonic in the Pirelli World Challenge, an instructor at the BMW Performance Center, and a driver coach....

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  • My drive of a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro prototype was all-too brief because I crashed it into a wall (oops!) and got kicked out of the event, but I think I can tell you a little bit. But first, let us pause for reflection. After all, it’s not every day a new Camaro comes out. The nameplate’s nearly 50 years old and this is only the sixth one.Read more...
  • The story I’m about to tell you isn’t the story I wanted to tell you. It’s about the 2016 Camaro , but it’s not the story most other journalists got. That’s because during Sunday’s press drive at Belle Isle State Park in Detroit, I crashed a Camaro mule on the track and put it out of commission.Read more...
  • The one single important factor that Chevy’s Citation lacked during its production run was… well, pretty much everything. Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe X-11 tries to address at least part of that with a hot injection of Caddy V8. Will its price however, be low enough to ensure that’s the cure? Read more...

May 17, 2015

  • Three incidents with three different Chevrolet IndyCars forced the series to put a stop to teams removing or swapping aerodynamic pieces to get a good, low-drag package for qualifying. They mandated that teams qualify in full-race trim and lowered the boost cars can run to slow down the cars in qualifying.Read more...
  • General Motors and Southern Pacific Railroad came up with a novel way to lower the destination charge when they introduced the Chevrolet Vega in the 1970’s. The Vert-A-Pac system was a vertical stacking system that allowed them to pack 12 more vehicles per rail car and save on the freight charges.Read more...
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