Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is well-known for the power it puts off on the tracks, with its widest front tires producing the more than enough grip to leave them behind while the car is speeding on the track.
The tires make a lot of grip, leading to a spinning of the around the “wheel under braking”. The cause maybe the Brembo ceramic brakes themselves that provide a lot of stopping power.
With this issue on their minds, the engineers at the Chevrolet had to come up with a solution.
And they did come up with a solution. They actually media-blasted the rim on account of each wheel so that enough friction was produced in the end to maintain the Z/28 Camaro on the ground and prevent from spinning the rubber around the metal.
Previously to this solution, the Camaro`s team tried to use an abrasive paint enhanced on the bead of the wheel, but with no effect.
The Camaro Z/28 is also famous for its piece of engineering like the Flowtie and the Flying Car Mode, and now, the team has managed to find add another innovative solution to the car.
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