ericpetersautos.com / Eric Peters / January 10, 2017
How come no one has ever brought a fraud case against NASCAR?
The acronym stands for National Association of Stock Car Auto Racing.
What is “stock” – i.e., production car-like – about any of these full-on, purpose-built race cars?
The most baldfacedely hilarious example of automotive cognitive dissonance may be the full-on race car revealed by Toyota at the Detroit Auto Show this week. It is called a “Camry” but that is like calling a nicely marbled ribeye a Tiliapa filet, cooked in virgin olive oil – as far as that full-on, purpose-built race car sharing any meaningful pieces (and no mechanical ones) with the Camry you can buy at your local Toyota store.