Lou Gigliotti and his flame-painted #28 GT2 Corvette are returning to the ALMS to compete in the 1,000-mile/10-hour Petit Le Mans this weekend in Atlanta. Lou will be teaming up with Tomy Drissi while the third driver may be Marc Goossens, who filled the third seat at Sebring.
The LG Motorsports/Riley Technologies Corvette was last seen at Miller Motorsports Park in May where the team posted a season-best 6th place finish. The Corvette has been updated slightly and should be quicker than the Utah race where the team ran as high as 3rd. Lou said “Riley and our LG Team have completed some updates that we are very pleased with.”
The car will be on Dunlop Tires for this race and the team is very optimistic about the improved performance. The #28 Corvette will also have a new sponsor for Petit LeMans, the 20th Century Fox Movie “The Day the Earth Stood Still”. The movie will be in theaters December 12th and you can view the movie trailer here.
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