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Vehicle: Chevrolet Camaro

Driver: Ryan Tuerck

Owner: Gary Gardella

Location: Howell,NJ

Engine: 7.0L LS7 Naturally Aspirated V8

Horsepower: 700hp

Suspension: Eibach Springs and Struts

Brakes: Wilwood

Tires: Nitto NT05

Wheels: Enkei RPF1

Exterior: Pratt & Miller Carbon Fiber

Interior: Sparco seats /steering wheel

Sponsors: Gardella Racing, Mobil 1, Red Bull, Nitto, CLAB, Eibach, Enkei, Stef’s, Ignite, BC, Kooks, NGK, Fuel Safe, Pfadt, Wilwood, AEM, ACT



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