Video: The Big Red Camaro Is Back!

Big Red Camaro Testing At Fomoso If you remember only a few months ago the famous Big Red Camaro went up in flames while practicing for Pikes Peak. After going through an inferno, there wasn't much left of the car. However they have rebuilt the car and are currently testing Big Red again. While Big Red has had … [Read more...]

The Chevrolet Experience: Putting Chevy Products to the Test

For many automotive companies, preparing for the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas is a year-long job, with research and development, prototyping, testing, manufacturing and finally, debuting a product or concept after months of investment. For manufacturers like Chevrolet, the process is similar, although instead of one product or idea, it's dozens, and instead of them being … [Read more...]

Chevrolet Put New Performance Parts to the Test

Chevrolet Puts New Performance Parts to the Test Camaro, Cruze and Truck performance parts prove capabilities at Spring Mountain  PAHRUMP, Nev. — At Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch today, Chevrolet demonstrated the capabilities of the latest performance parts and accessories for Camaro, the new Cruze hatchback, Colorado and Silverado. Ranging from air intake and … [Read more...]

Spectre Performance Open House Product Launch

A few weeks ago on a hot Saturday morning, Spectre Performance had an open house in Riverside, CA. While this brand you know from offering off-the-shelf air filtration systems for just about any car including LS swaps, they have now started to make some cool accessories for 5th Gen Camaro's as well. Starting early in the morning, a group of roughly thirty 5th Gen … [Read more...]

Mike Cavanah’s 1969 Camaro Raises The Bar

The 1969 Camaro is arguably one of the best Pro Touring cars there is. In the Pro Touring world a first generation Camaro, especially a 1969 Camaro is definitely the most popular car out there. Plentiful, decently priced, and lends itself extremely well to upgrades makes it a package that is hard to beat. They have been restored and done so many times, it's become a challenge … [Read more...]

In The Raw: Ironworks Speed And Kustoms’ Fairway ’67 Camaro

Mile deep paint, endless chrome and rich leather are nice, but they can be over rated. Seeing a car halfway through a restoration is a treat, like watching a blacksmith forge a red-hot piece of metal into a beautiful piece of art. When the metal is still in it's raw, unrefined state it's a true piece of beauty. The same applies when building a car - all the metal work is … [Read more...]

Forgeline Builds 1970 Pro Touring Camaro

  DAYTON, Ohio - Forgeline Motorsports knows a thing or four about all-out performance. It's with this same single-minded focus that the team at Forgeline has decided to build their own pro-touring style 1970 Camaro. "We've been dreaming about building our own world class, pro-touring machine for several years," says Dave Schardt, President of Forgeline Motorsports. … [Read more...]

Optima Ultimate Street Car Challenge – Thunderhill

Text and Photos by Kaleb Kelley This weekend, Optima kicked off their Search for the Ultimate Street Car at Thunderhill Raceway in Willows, CA. With a full field, the competition was nonstop. Jake Rozelle and Mike Maier battled it out in the GTV class. A big variety showed up with a lot of fast cars and fast drivers. As the series grows every year, the cars and drivers get … [Read more...]

Grand National Roadster Show 2016

The Grand National Roadster Show in Pomona, California represents some of the absolute best Hot Rod's ever built. From the pioneers of Hot Rods to the latest renditions. One thing they all have in common though is extreme detail, top-notch quality, and more shine than you can shake a stick at. While our normal here at Lateral-G is to stand next to an autocross course and … [Read more...]

Making The Link: Sub-Frame Connectors and X-Brace

The uni-body cars of yesterday had some downfalls. While they are lightweight and provide a smooth ride, they flex - a lot. We've heard stories where cars were drag raced and every time they made a pass down the strip, the doors shut differently. With a big enough motor and big enough tire, you could damn near twist these cars into a pretzel. For the Chevrolet platform, this … [Read more...]