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A Conversation with Doug Fehan at the 2010 Petit Le Mans

by Keith Cornett on October 1, 2010

A Conversation with Doug Fehan at the 2010 Petit Le Mans

CorvetteBlogger is live from Road Atlanta this weekend for Petit Le Mans and we had the opportunity to catch up with Corvette Racing’s Program Manager Doug Fehan. We spoke about the trials and tribulations of the 2010 season and look ahead to 2011 where the ACO rules will allow paddle shift transmissions. Is Corvette Racing heading down that path? Make the jump and watch our exclusive interview with the Dr. Fehan.

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Corvette Racing: Links for Petit Le Mans

by Keith Cornett on September 30, 2010

Corvette Racing: Links for Petit Le Mans

The 13th annual Petit Le Mans will close the American Le Mans Series season for the first time since 2003. The 1,000-mile/10-hour endurance classic at Road Atlanta is the cornerstone event of the American Le Mans Series, annually attracts record-breaking crowds and awards class winners with automatic entries to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

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Corvette Team Revs Up for Petit Le Mans Endurance Race

Braselton, Ga., Sept. 29, 2010 – A two-day test at the roller-coaster Road Atlanta circuit has prepared Corvette Racing for Saturday’s 1,000-mile/10-hour Petit Le Mans, the ninth and final round of the 2010 American Le Mans Series. After seven victories at Petit Le Mans in the GTS/GT1 division, Corvette Racing is aiming to close out the 2010 campaign with its first GT2 win of the season.

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MAOAM GT3 Callaway Corvette Z06R Captures 3rd Place at Nurburgring

Written By: Walt Thurn / CorvetteMotorsport.com

Nurburgring, Germany – Around the world the and especially in Germany the name Nurburgring has deep meaning in the hearts of motorsport enthusiasts. The track originally opened in 1927 and was revised into it’s current layout in 1984. The course is divided into two components. The first is the sixteen turn 5.148 km (3.199 mile) Formula One course. The second is the one hundred and fifty four turn 20.81 km (12.93 mile) Nordschleife (North Course) circuit.

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John Heinricy’s SCCA T1 Grand Sport Corvette

by Keith Cornett on September 25, 2010

John Heinricy's SCCA T1 Grand Sport Corvette

GM’s Former Director of High Performance John Heinricy will be racing the Isotorque Phoenix Performance Corvette Grand Sport at the SCCA’s National Championship Runoffs at Road America this Sunday. Heinricy is six for seven in class wins when racing Corvettes at the Runoffs and owns 11 overall Runoff wins, the most of all active SCCA drivers.

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Vote O’Connell or Magnussen for ALMS Favorite Driver Award

by Keith Cornett on September 23, 2010

We’ve always said that Corvette Racing has the best fans in the American Le Mans Series. Now its time to prove it. Stop what you’re doing right now and go vote for one of the two C6.R drivers on the Most Popular Drivers ballot: Johnny O’Connell or Jan Magnussen. Remember, you can vote every 5 hours.

Link: http://www.americanlemans.com/primary1.php?cat=poll

 

Corvette Racing: Vote O'Connell or Magnussen for Favorite ALMS Driver
Photo Credit: Richard Prince / GM Racing

All right Corvette Racing fans. Give yourself a big pat on the back as it looks like Doug Fehan got the most votes for the “From the Fans” awards. Now we turn our attention to the favorite driver award and both Johnny O’Connell and Jan Magnussen made the final round. The last time O’Connell made it to the finals, he lost by just three votes. So let’s make amends and vote early and often (you can vote about once every 5 hours) and let’s put a C6.R driver at the top.

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Callaway Competition Clinch 2010 FIA GT3 Drivers Title in Portimão

by Corvette Motorsport on September 19, 2010

Callaway Competition clinch 2010 FIA GT3 Drivers Title in Portimão

Written By: Walt Thurn / CorvetteMotorsport.com

Algarve Portugal – In race nine the Callaway Competition and Graff Racing Corvettes battled to second and third place finishes. This still gave the Graff Racing Callaway built Corvette a mathematical chance to win the 2010 Drivers championship. However that opportunity came to a close today when Christian Hohenadel and Daniel Keilwitz took the overall victory. The duo were awarded the 2010 FIA GT3 Drivers Championship with 181 total points. This is their fourth overall victory in what has become a dominant season for the little team from Leingarten Germany.

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[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Series Episode 10: Team Effort

by Keith Cornett on September 16, 2010

[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Series Episode 10: Team Effort

In the tenth episode of Corvette Racing’s Track to Street series, the team talks about the importance of team work and continuity to their overall success. For the first time in several years, the team altered its driving line up in an effort to gain an advantage in the highly competitive GT2 class. Take a look and see for yourself how Corvette Racing is all about teamwork.

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[VIDEO] Road vs Track Showdown: The Corvette C6.R and the ZR1

by Keith Cornett on September 13, 2010

[VIDEO] Road vs Track Showdown: Corvette C6.R and the ZR1

During Round 5 of the American Le Mans Series at the Utah Grand Prix, Road & Track Magazine put five GT race cars against their street counterparts to compare and contrast in what they call the Road vs Track Ultimate Showdown. Here is a teaser video featuring Corvette Racing’s Jan Magnussen who talks about how the Corvette ZR1 compares with the C6.R and what his choice would be if he could select one to drive on the German autobahn.

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