The Camaro Z/28's Brakes Were So Powerful, the Tires Were Slipping [video]

Chevy engineers are pretty proud of the fact that their new Z/28 is the most track capable Camaro ever built. And they should be. The car already has a Nurburgring time better than that of exponentially more expensive  supercars, proving that this Camaro is indeed capable. So when Program Manager Mark Stielow and his team found out that under hard braking, the whole car experienced an unnatural vibration, something needed to be fixed. What they found was that the Camaro's tire rotated a full 360 degrees around the rim. PHOTOS: See More of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro SS Watch as Chevy engineers walk us through the fix they came up with to bring the Z/28 up to supercar standards, and get it ready for the track:
PHOTOS: See More of the 2014 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28