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Camaro GT4 Gets BoP Break

Camaro GT4.R given weight, power adjustments ahead of CTSC finale…

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The Chevrolet Camaro GT4.R has been given a weight and power break ahead of next weekend’s Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge season finale at Road Atlanta.

The Pratt & Miller-built car, which returned to series competition at Virginia International Raceway two races ago at Virginia International Raceway with Rebel Rock Racing, has received a 35 kg reduction in minimum weight and 2 mm larger air restrictor.

Additionally, the car will have a 4-liter increase in fuel capacity and 2 mm larger refueling restrictor.

Robin Lidell and Andrew Davis have driven the Camaro GT4 to third and 12th place finishes in its two races this season.

It is one of several GT4 cars to have received Balance of Performance adjustments for the final round.

The BMW M4 GT4 has been given a weight and fuel capacity increase, with the Mercedes-AMG GT4 receiving a 2-liter fuel capacity reduction and smaller refueling restrictor.

A weight adjustment has also been given to the McLarne 570S GT4, when at a declared altitude track.

No BoP changes have been handed out to the TCR or ST categories.

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