2012 Rookie Road Race Rampage!

Rookie Drivers Racing Fifth-gen Camaros are Causing Quite a Sensation Within North America’s Marquee SCCA Road Racing Circuit

Bruce Biegler May 14, 2013 0 Comment(s)

Competing in the popular SCCA racing series are first-year drivers Andy Lee, Harry Curtin, an Todd Napieralski, who all are enjoying highly impressive seasons.

The trio, all certified graduates from the Bob Bondurant School of High Performance Driving, campaign their Camaros within the SCCA's World Challenge GTS class category. The GTS class features cars that must use the stock body panels, but the rule book does allow for rear wing configurations. In the class, suspension and engine modifications can be extensive and the Camaros use LS3 motor programs.

Camp 1304 05 O 2012 Rookie Road Race Todd 4/7

Todd Napieralski (Chelsea, Michigan) is the driver of the Total Performance Camaro, and the co-owner of that company. He began racing his Camaro in 2011; however, the 2012 season was his first full year in SCCA GTS racing.

Camp 1304 06 O 2012 Rookie Road Race Lee Front 5/7

Both Lee (Colorado Springs, Colorado) and Curtin (Buffalo, New York) drive for the Best It Racing team, which was conceived and owned by American motorsports legend and Bondurant School founder, Bob Bondurant. Andy Lee is in fact one of the top driving instructors for that school, which is both the Official High Performance Driving School for the Chevrolet brand and also for SCCA's World Challenge Series presenting sponsor, Pirelli.

Camp 1304 03 O 2012 Rookie Road Race Curtin 6/7

Fans can find out more and also follow the activities of these racing teams online by visiting Bondurant.com and TPRTeam.com.

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