1975 IROC Camaro Race CarIf using a browser Internet Explorer 9 or lower click the image to view gallery.
1975 IROC Camaro Race Car
The International Race of Champions (IROC) was created by Roger Penske, Les Richter and Mike Phelps in 1973. Each race had a total of twelve entrants. For the first IROC race, 3 litre Porsches were driven during the four day racing series. The cost of building and maintaining the Porsches was high and for the second season, the league decided to use the Chevrolet Camaro instead. The first year for the IROC Camaro was 1975, IROC’s 2nd season. One of few remaining 1975 Camaro IROC race cars, this car was restored to its original race condition by Legendary Motorcar Company Ltd.