2010 Lingenfelter Camaro runs the 1/4 mile - Click above to watch the video after the jump
Earlier this week we told you about Camaro5fest, the largest gathering of current generation Camaros and their owners. While GM's big news from the event was a three mile long parade of Camaros, others, like Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, were all about the drag racing at the South Georgia Motorsports Park.
The Decatur, IN maker of go-fast Chevys brought out their new LS9-powered 2010 Camaro packing 855 horsepower. The supercharged V8 has been fortified with various LPE performance parts like a more aggressive camshaft, CNC ported heads, JE forged aluminum pistons and a smaller supercharger pulley. Despite being equipped with a six-speed manual, the Lingenfelter Camaro posted a best run of 10.36 seconds at 139.5 mph. Thankfully the camcorders were rolling, and we have visual evidence of the car's capabilities. You can see a similar run (10.41 at 139.9 mph) in the video posted after the jump.