In the world of drag racing, John Force is king. After all, the legendary figure has 16 Funny Car championships to his credit in the NHRA Mello Yello Drag Racing Series, has scored more than 150 victories and recently claimed his fifth win in the prestigious Chevrolet Performance U.S Nationals.

Both his success and his willingness to spend time signing and talking with fans has made him one of the most popular drivers in the history of the sport. He also recently signed a three-year extension with Chevrolet for his four-car John Force Racing team, consisting of two Camaro SS Funny Cars and two Chevrolet Top Fuel dragsters. As part of that special relationship with the Bowtie, a 2020 Chevrolet COPO Camaro John Force Concept has been unveiled during this year’s SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The program follows the introduction of the 2016 COPO by Force’s daughter, former Funny Car driver Courtney.

“My daughter had a COPO Camaro, it was unveiled in Detroit and it was really exciting for me to see her name splashed on this red Camaro, and of course everybody was there,” Force said. “Jim Campbell (Chevrolet U.S. Vice Presiden