It’s brief, but this is the first known footage of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 testing around the massive and challenging Nürburgring Nordschleife, specifically, one of the carousel sections. Certainly looks to be moving quite fast, despite the section being one of the slowest parts in the 12.93-mile track.
To guess a time, we must first take in that the 500-horsepower, LS7-powered Camaro Z/28 is faster than the 580-horsepower, LSA-powered Camaro ZL1 by an average of three whole seconds around the 2.9-mile Milford Road Course. That’s a huge difference in such a short track. On the ‘Ring, a track over four times larger, with far more elevations changes, twists and turns than MRC, the ZL1 managed an amazing 7:41.27.
So, anybody want to make an estimate on what this latest Camaro variant will do around the ‘Ring?