Many motorsport fans have dreamed of owning their own NASCAR racer, though traditionally the privilege has largely been limited to professional drivers and team owners. Hendrick Motorsports is aiming to change that, however, with the introduction of the North Carolina outfit’s “Track Attack.”
The Concord-based company is now selling a single-seat, track-only car that benefits from a host of NASCAR-spec components and systems. At the heart of the Track Attack is a 7.4L, fuel-injected, Chevrolet Performance LSX 454 engine married to an Andrews A431 H-pattern four-speed manual transmission with CNC-machined cut gears that together put down a cool 627hp and 586ft-lbs of torque. Of course, for an extra $25K, Hendrick will upgrade the powertrain to a Chevrolet R07 358ci small-block mill paired with a Race Tech Services 6XD transmission that are collectively good for 725hp and 490ft-lbs. Built around a fully-bespoke chassis, the car also features adjustable coil-over suspension, adjustable sway-bars, six-pot billet calipers, a carbon fiber seat unit, full roll cage, AIM Digital race display, a NASCAR-spec safety kit, and GM Racing bodywork that tips the scales at just 250lbs and is offered in either a Chevrolet SS (2013-2017) or Camaro ZL1 body style. These professional-grade all-American racers start at $125,000.
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