idsnoguy247 5pts i've owned camaros for better than 20 yrs i don't know what special mustang you drove but the ones i ever drove were a piece of junk and never been beaten in a drag race by a mustang so i'll be driving camaros for a long time until maybe one day ford ever builds something thats worth buying and that probably for me won't happen....thanks ! cababah 5pts @idsnoguy247 You must not have raced a Mustang in 20 years which explains why you haven't lost. The current offerings put Camaros to shame left and right. Who would have thought the Camaro is now better around turns and gets killed in straight lines by the Mustang? These are interesting times indeed... Speeding 5pts @cababah @idsnoguy247Motor Trend: GT 12.7 sec @ 111.3 mph, SS 13.1 sec @ 110.8 mphCar and Driver: GT 13.2 sec @ 109 mph, SS 13.0 sec @ 111 mphRoad & Track: GT 13.2 sec @ 109.3 mph, SS 13.0 sec @ 110.7 mph (0-120 mph: GT 16.4 sec, SS 15.4 sec), Willow Springs Lap: GT 1:37.6, SS 1:37.7)Inside Line: GT 13.3 sec @ 107.3 mph, SS 13.1 sec @ 110.4 mph Around a track there is no comparison.2013 C&D Lightning Lap: FERRARI 458 ITALIA 2:49.9 LEXUS LFA 2:55.1 CHEVROLET CAMARO ZL1 2:57.5 MERCEDES-BENZ C63 AMG BLACK SERIES 2:58.0 PORSCHE 911 CARRERA S 2:58.9 FORD SHELBY GT500 3:00.6 CHEVROLET CAMARO SS 1LE 3:01.5 FORD MUSTANG 302 LAGUNA SECA 3:02.8 (2012 run) There's a $37k Camaro running less than a second slower than Ford's top dog $63k, 662HP GT500. By comparison the $58k, 580HP ZL1 blows all of them away. BahamaTodd 5pts @Speeding @cababah @idsnoguy247 Now you have the Z/28, which is even faster than the ZL1.