It's not often you come across a race car that's truly done it all. Usually, competition cars are built for one specific series, and aren't altered to run anywhere else. Not this Camaro, though. The car and its owner, R.J., have made a name for themselves as true savants of the racing world.
The car was originally built for road racing, and stunned the competition when it won overall at the La Carrera Classic, beating Ferraris and Mustangs with much more pedigree. After being banned from that race for being too quick, the car went on to be the record holder at the Silver State Classic with an average speed of 198 mph, which is pretty incredible. R.J. tells the host of this latest Build Biology video that 266 mph (!) is the fastest the car has ever gone. The engine is a 2000-horsepower supercharged monster that runs on methanol, and has no electronic engine management software of any kind.
The car has also raced at Pikes Peak, the Viriginia City Hillclimb, and Bonneville. It's currently set up for runway events, and looks the business. We're certainly fans.