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Corvette Racing

In addition to the hood from the #4 Corvette C6.R that was sold for $3,000, several other parts from the race cars were auctioned by Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan and Ambassador Ron Fellows at the Corvette Corral at the 12 Hours of Sebring. The money raised was donated to Motorsports Ministries, an organization offering non-denomination services at the track since 1985.


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[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Auctions a C6.R Hood at the 12 Hours of Sebring
[VIDEO] Doug Fehan’s Corvette Racing Presentation at the 2010 12 Hours of Sebring
[VIDEO] Interview with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan at Sebring

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Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan and Ambassador Ron Fellows auction the hood of the #4 Corvette C6.R at the Corvette Corral at the 12 Hours of Sebring. The money raised was donated to Motorsports Ministries, an organization offering non-denomination services at the track since 1985.


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[VIDEO] Doug Fehan’s Corvette Racing Presentation at the 2010 12 Hours of Sebring
[VIDEO] Interview with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan at Sebring

 

First Corvette to Win at Le Mans to be Displayed at the C5/C6 Bash

The 1960 Cunningham Corvette was the first Corvette to win at Le Mans. The story of the skillful restoration of this classic Corvette will be told to fans attending the C5/C6 Bash at the National Corvette Museum on May 1. Lance Miller, son of “Corvettes at Carlisle” founder Chip Miller, plans to bring the Corvette to Bowling Green along with one of its drivers, John Fitch.

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In this episode, the team begins the ALMS season at the 12 Hours of Sebring. On a track known for its high speeds, changing surfaces and a total of 17 turns, the Corvette Racing team began the race weekend “living the dream.” As you may have seen, an unfortunate miscommunication brings both Corvettes to collide in pit row, ending their chances for a win to start the season. The episode features exclusive post-collision interviews from the Corvette crew chief, Dan Binks, team owner Gary Pratt and program director, Doug Fehan and a new exclusive angle of the crash not yet released.



Source:
Chevrolet’s YouTube Channel

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[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Series: Episode 1
[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Launches 2010 Season Video Series

Corvette Racing’s Program Manager speaks to Corvette owners at the corral tent at the 2010 12 Hours of Sebring. Doug talks about cascading engineering which makes the race cars and street cars better and he answers questions about the new LS5.5R engine powering the ALMS Corvette C6.R.



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[VIDEO] Interview with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan at Sebring
[VIDEO] Interview with Corvette Racing’s Jan Magnussen at Sebring
[VIDEO] Corvette Racing: Magnussen Goes 3 Wide on Melo’s Ferrari at Sebring
[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Bruised and Battered in the 12 Hours of Sebring

 

 

Corvette Racing driver Jan Magnussen made headlines last season when his battle at Laguna Seca with the #45 Flying Lizards Porsche ended with Mags going into the wall. We spoke with Jan prior to the start of the 2010 12 Hours of Sebring and asked him about the incident and whether he has talked with Jorg Bergmeister since the incident. We also asked Jan about his running the Nurburgring in a Corvette ZR1 last fall and if he thought he could be Jim Mero’s 7:26.4 time.



Related:
[VIDEO] Interview with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan at Sebring
[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Bruised and Battered in the 12 Hours of Sebring
[VIDEO] Another View of the Corvette C6.R/Porsche ALMS GT2 Battle at Laguna Seca
[VIDEO] Jan Magnussen Attacks the Nurburgring in a Corvette ZR1

 

This video is in response to all the Corvette Racing fans who are downtrodden and dejected following the 8th and 9th place finishes at the 12 Hours of Sebring. Fear not! We got the best cars, drivers and pit crews in the ALMS. Mistakes happen. Uncontrollable events happen. This IS racing after all. There are still nine races to be run and you can bet Fehan, the drivers and the Pratt & Miller crew will learn and move on from the events surrounding the pit lane crash at Sebring. Until then, let this little clip hold you over until the Long Beach Grand Prix in mid April.

Thanks Charley for the tip!



Related:
[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Bruised and Battered in the 12 Hours of Sebring
[VIDEO] Interview with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan at Sebring

 

Corvette Racing Bruised in Sebring Disaster

The 12 Hours of Sebring reared its head and bit the Corvette Racing team hard on Saturday as the team faced multiple challenges in the first American Le Mans race of the season. Both cars had issues, and their fate was sealed when the #4 Corvette crashed into the #3 Corvette in pit lane. Although both Corvettes were able to get back out on the track, the lost time in the pits and garage cost the team 11 laps off the lead and consigned the #3 and 4 to 8th and 9th place finish respectively.

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We spoke with Corvette Racing’s Program Manager Doug Fehan on the Friday before the 12 Hours of Sebring. We asked Doug about technology transfers between racing and production, last season’s climatic ending at Laguna Seca as well as what’s new for the team for 2010.



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[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Season Preview on Mobil 1′s The Grid
[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Series: Episode 1

 

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