Me not remastering this car would be a car culture sin. Whether you recognize it from when you were a kid who grew up in the late-90's and 2000's who got the chance to watch the movie "Cars" (like me), or whether you recognize it because you are a true NASCAR fan, the Superbird is anything but obscure. A true icon in the NASCAR series, the Superbird alongside Dodge's Charger Daytona from '69 were truly ahead of its time and by subsequent, ahead of the competition. With applied knowledge of science and physics, the styling of the Superbird was designed with a more function-based design, meaning it was designed to be aerodynamic and hence reduce drag. The result; not only did it turned out to be a machine that dominated and triumphed over all the other machines in its league (with the help of NASCAR legend Richard Petty), but also stood out from the crowd of said machines. In hindsight, although only being able to compete for just 1 year in the 1970 season of NASCAR due to change in regulations, most people will agree that the Superbird is the arguably the most successful and iconic machine to compete in the NASCAR series even to this very day.
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