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The long-awaited racing debut of the 2013 Chevrolet SS NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race car will take place at Daytona International Speedway on Feb. 16 when the series kicks off the season with the Sprint Unlimited.

That day will also be a big day for Chevrolet, as the production model Chevy SS will be unveiled at Daytona. The production model has many of its roots in the Chevy Camaro and the Holden Commodore.

"It's going to be a special moment," said Jim Campbell, General Motors' vice president Performance Vehicles and Motorsports during the Autoweek Racing Conference in Detroit on Feb. 6. "When the fans see that production car compared to the race car, they're going to really see a connection."
The race will take place nearly three months after the car's dramatic reveal in Las Vegas.

“It's been a huge effort, and the times that I have driven the 2013 Chevrolet SS race car, I've been very impressed," said five-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion Jimmie Johnson. "I'm excited for Chevrolet, and really for all the manufacturers to have such a cool-looking race car. The cars look sharp; they look good; I think the fans are going to be excited to go to the showrooms and buy these vehicles. We have been able to work on them from an aero balance. I know that my friends at Chevrolet are awfully smart, and are going to give me a great car to go race with.”

Ever wonder how one of these racing machines is put together? Here's a time-lapse video released by Chevrolet that offers an inside look at the construction of a Chevy SS before it heads to the racetrack.

Read more: Time-lapse video showing construction of 2013 NASCAR Chevy SS - Autoweek
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