Le Mans: #64 Corvette Stalled and Possibly Out

Le Mans: #64 Corvette Stalled and Possibly Out

C6.R Corvette at Le MansWith just under 2 hours into the 24 Hours of Le Mans, bad luck hits the Corvette Racing team. According to Program Racing manager Doug Fehan, the #64 Corvette may have broken a driveshaft and is currently sitting on the side of the track. It is highly unlikely it will be able to return to the race. The #63 Corvette driven by Jan Magnussen is currently second in GT1. The #009 Aston Martin is first in class.
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  1. soooo sad. i think it was gearbox problems because he re-engaged the tranny and was about to pull back on track and the officials stopped him. now i don’t know whats going on because damned speed doesnt play the entirety of the world’s most famous race.

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