NASCAR. Because “high velocity billboards rubbing each other while turning left” is simply not catchy enough, and is probably too wordy for many of its viewers. It’s also where the Chevrolet SS nameplate will be racing in 2013, starting with the Sprint Cup Series, where the first event will be the 2013 SpeedWeeks in Daytona, Fla.
The Chevrolet SS race car also retires the Impala from NASCAR racing, which scored 151 wins from 1959-64 and 2007-12. Sequentially, the actual Chevrolet SS sedan will be revealed during the Daytona 500 next year. Based on the upcoming Holden VF Commodore, it will mark the first time Chevy offered a rear-wheel-drive Chevrolet sedan in 17 years.