Watch This Big Block Powered 1968 Camaro Hang With Can Am Cars And Sports Cars and More


Watch This Big Block Powered 1968 Camaro Hang With Can Am Cars And Sports Cars and More

This is a video that shouldn’t happen on paper. A big block 1968 Camaro road racing car should not be hanging with GT40s, Lolas, and other Can Am cars, right? Well that’s exactly what hot shoe Oliver Bryant does in this video at Sebring. The screaming and roaring big block Camaro may not have the chassis that those other cars have but those other cars did not have a seasoned and bad ass British GT racer behind the wheel. Bryant is no old man. He is a young guy who can really wheel and we’re thinking that the true illustration here is how much he is getting out of the Camaro because of his skills, not some miracle setup of the car itself.

He is smooth and the car is making good suds. We’re not sure how rigorous the rules are as far as checking displacement and stuff on these cars and we’re not accusing the guy of cheating but that 396 could be a lot bigger in the same factory “case”, right?

You’ll love the video, you’ll love all the cars in this glorious traffic jam and if you are a Chevy person you’ll especially love the start where Bryant blows a damned GT40 off like it is tied to a tree!

Press play below to see Oliver Bryant and his big block Camaro hang with the bigs!


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6 thoughts on “Watch This Big Block Powered 1968 Camaro Hang With Can Am Cars And Sports Cars and More

  1. Geof

    Maybe I watched a different video. But the Camaro only did pretty good early on and while things were tight.
    Once those wild things heated up and got out in the open, they were gone! I also wonder if that GT40 was a small block 289, which they often were.
    Still a cool video! Thanks for the share!

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  2. MGBChuck

    Wow, awesome Camaro, it would be great if you could find out more about the car and driver. Even if was racing against smallblocks it’s a fast car and driver, and it sounds WONDERFUL !!

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  3. Ted

    Cool video! but I don\’t see any magic. I see million dollar cars and their drivers staying away from a 100k Camaro on lap 1 of a race on cold tires.

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  4. Patrick

    Vintage racing is now vintage development, honor system doesn’t work with rich guys who want to win. Fun stuff and talent involved, but not strict vintage

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