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Mark Stielow

Engineering Manager

Z28

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Z28

630 Wordsworth Dr.

Baton Rouge, Louisiana,70810

United States

Company Description

www.Z28.com is a High Performance Tech forum with a Photo Gallery. Camaro,Z28, SS, Firebird, Trans AM, drag Racing, Autocross, street racing ... more

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Engineering Group Manager Vehicle Dynamics

General Motors Corp.


Manager of Engineering Department

Summit Racing


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The 2014 Camaro Z/28, From Top to Bottom - CamaroNewsBlog

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Mark Stielow, the Z/28's engineering manager, explains that "the 19s are lighter, have less rotational inertia, and let us lower the car.


2014 MarchCamaro ZL1 Z28 SS LT Camaro forums, news, blog, reviews, wallpapers, pricing – Camaro5.com

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Mark Stielow, Camaro Z/28 Program Manager Explains Media Blasting Wheels
Posted by: admin In: Main As we showed you yesterday, Camaro Z/28 engineers had to come up with a creative solution to prevent the Camaro Z/28 tires from slipping on the rim during hard braking and acceleration on the track. In this video, Mark Stielow, the Z/28 Program Manager explains the solution - media blasting. View the video at the [...]


Vickar | Vickar Automotive Group

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Mark Stielow, the Z/28's engineering manager, explains that "the 19s are lighter, have less rotational inertia, and let us lower the car.
The special lightweight wheels are 11 inches wide in the front and shod with 305/30ZR-19 Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires all around. Chevy tells us that these are the widest tires mounted on the front of any production car. A streetable track tire, the Trofeo Rs have a tread-wear rating of 60 and are manufactured in the same plant as Pirelli's F1 rubber. The Z/28's suspension geometry is unchanged from the Camaro SS 1LE, but the spring rates are about 20 percent stiffer and the car uses Multimatic monotube shocks with F1-style spool valves. Stielow says this technology provides greater freedom to independently tailor jounce and rebound settings for low- and high-speed suspension motions. Moreover, Stielow says that having more downforce in the rear than in the front enhances stability. There's even an accessory Gurney flap that attaches to the rear wing for more. Unfortunately, all of this extracts a drag penalty. While the standard Camaro has a Cd of about 0.35, rising to 0.39 in the ZL1, the Z/28's is even higher. The aero appendages, the wide wheels, and the fender extensions add up to a car that "knocks a big hole in the air," as Stielow puts it. PERFORMANCE Stielow wouldn't release any performance claims for the new Z/28, but it's safe to say that with stickier tires, better weight distribution, and a power-to-weight ratio only slightly worse than a ZL1's, the Z/28 will accelerate almost as quickly.


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Mark Stielow, the Z/28's engineering manager, explains that "the 19s are lighter, have less rotational inertia, and let us lower the car.
The special lightweight wheels are 11 inches wide in the front and shod with 305/30ZR-19 Pirelli P Zero Trofeo R tires all around. Chevy tells us that these are the widest tires mounted on the front of any production car. A streetable track tire, the Trofeo Rs have a tread-wear rating of 60 and are manufactured in the same plant as Pirelli's F1 rubber. The Z/28's suspension geometry is unchanged from the Camaro SS 1LE, but the spring rates are about 20 percent stiffer and the car uses Multimatic monotube shocks with F1-style spool valves. Stielow says this technology provides greater freedom to independently tailor jounce and rebound settings for low- and high-speed suspension motions. Moreover, Stielow says that having more downforce in the rear than in the front enhances stability. There's even an accessory Gurney flap that attaches to the rear wing for more. Unfortunately, all of this extracts a drag penalty. While the standard Camaro has a Cd of about 0.35, rising to 0.39 in the ZL1, the Z/28's is even higher. The aero appendages, the wide wheels, and the fender extensions add up to a car that "knocks a big hole in the air," as Stielow puts it. Stielow wouldn't release any performance claims for the new Z/28, but it's safe to say that with stickier tires, better weight distribution, and a power-to-weight ratio only slightly worse than a ZL1's, the Z/28 will accelerate almost as quickly.


Camaro News Blog - Part 2

www.camaronewsblog.com [cached]

Mark Stielow, the Z/28's engineering manager, explains that "the 19s are lighter, have less rotational inertia, and let us lower the car.


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