Ever since the sanctioning body of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) decided to “level the playing field” for the GT1 class by punishing the C6.R Corvettes for their technological advantage over the rest of the GT1’s competition, most notably Aston Martin, we begin each race week wondering what this week’s punishment will be. At the beginning of the ALMS season at Sebring it started with a 122 pound weight increase. By the 24 Hours of Le Mans, it was 200 pounds. At Lime Rock, ALMS finally gave the race away with a sanction that included a 200 pound weight increase, smaller fuel capacity and intake restrictors. Team Corvette fought hard, but finished 0.33 seconds behind Aston Martin for second place. With two races left and the race for the cup still too close to call, we wonder what the ALMS will impose for this weekend’s Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta. We found the following graphic on the CorvetteForum.com and decided to send our own message to the ALMS sanction’s body: Free the C6.R!
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