Camaro Performers was published by Primedia's McMullen-Argus Publishing Division. It was spun out of Super Chevy in the late 1990s.

Of all the Chevy vehicles, Camaros were one of the few models that get heavy magazine coverage. Car Craft, jokingly called "Camaro Craft", always seemed to feature Camaros. And there were several limited series titles that had dedicated Camaro content, including Petersen Publishing's Camaro from 1979 through 1988, McMullen's Camaro Trans-Am from 1984 through 1987, and Argus' Camaro Greats from 1983 through 1987.

But these titles all ended in the 1980s, leaving a vacuum for Primedia to have a strong showing in the speciality Camaro content space. Enter Mark Stielow, a young engineer from GM. In the early 1990s, he created what is argued to be the first Pro Touring car, and 1969 Camaro called Tri-Tip. The car was #44 on Hot Rod magazines most influential hot rods, was first place in Car Craft's real street eliminator in 1993, and was in the top six finishers in both 1994 and 1995 One Lap of America. This car drove the strong interest in pro touring and modifed Camaros.

The editors and staff moved through various new owners. First, Primedia sold this title and many others to Source Interlink Media in 2007. Then in 2014, Source Interlink reconstituted and rebranded as TEN: The Enthusiast Network. Many titles ended including Camaro Performers. As would be expected, content was folded back into Super Chevy.

We estimate there was a total of 94 issues printed from 1998 through 2014. However, the early issues were printed on a sporadic schedule, and we are still confirming if others exist.

Camaro Performers and Super Chevy shared the same website: www.superchevy-web.com. The site is now defunct.