NASCAR Has Unveiled The Newest Car To Join The Sport In 2018
Chevrolet, ZL1's name was originally bestowed in the 1960s when Chevrolet-developed all-aluminum racing engine that became a dominant force in road racing.
Back in 1969, people used Chevrolet’s special-ordering system, so they could get that ZL1 engine installed in the 69 regular-production Camaros. After that them 69 Camaro cars became instant legends on the street and on drag-strips.
Next year for NASCAR, the Chevy Camaro ZL1 will replace the current model used in NASCAR’s top series.