Jim Campbell

  • GM Breaks Ground on New Race Development Center in Pontiac

    More than one year after announcing a $200 million investment to build a new 138,000-square-foot test wing in suburban Detroit, General Motors broke ground on a race engine design and development facility at its world powertrain headquarters in Pontiac, MI, the company announced recently.

    Detroit 07 May 2014 20:16

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