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Check out this great recap of the battle between Corvette Racing and the Flying Lizard Porsche at last year’s season ending race at Laguna Seca. Both Magnussen and Bergmeister received a two-race probation for the incident which left the #3 Corvette C6.R badly damaged and Jan with a broken tailbone.

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Corvette Racing: Corvette C6.Rs Qualify 3 & 4 for ALMS Monterey

Oliver Gavin led the way for Corvette Racing with the third fastest qualifying time for Saturday’s 6-hour American Le Mans Series Monterey. Gavin’s fastest time of 1:23.101 (96.952 mph) came during his fourth lap around Laguna Seca’s 11-turn 2.238 mile raceway. Jan Magnussen had the qualifying duties for the number 3 C6.R and his fasted time of 122.752 (97.361 mph) came on his fifth and final lap. Jaime Melo and Risi Competizione’s Ferrari 430 GT is on the pole at 122.752 (97.361 mph).

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Historic Le Mans Corvette Racers at Laguna Seca

As part of the 50th Anniversary celebration of the Corvette’s debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Chevy rounded up three historic Le Mans racers for a special display at the ALMS race this weekend at Monterey’s Laguna Seca raceway. Here is a short video of the three Corvettes joining up with the #4 C6.R and the one of one 2011 50th Anniversary Le Mans Corvette Z06 for some promotional photos.

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Chevrolet to Salute Corvette Legends of Le Mans at Monterey

This year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans will mark the 50th Anniversary of Corvette’s first participation and class win at the world’s most prestigious sports car race. Chevrolet is celebrating this milestone with a salute to the Corvette legends of Le Mans at the American Le Mans Series race at Monterey this weekend.

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Corvette Racing: Links for the ALMS at Monterey

by Keith Cornett on May 20, 2010

Corvette Racing's O'Connell and Magnussen Join ALMS Discussion on the Laguna Seca Corkscrew

Corvette Racing’s Johnny O’Connell and Jan Magnussen join other ALMS drivers in discussing the famous Corkscrew at Monterey’s Laguna Seca raceway. This should get you all fired up for this weekend’s 6-hour race.

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Corvette Racing Series Episode 4: The Michelin Green X Challenge

Corvette Racing and Green Racing: As part of the Michelin Green X Challenge, the team explains the greener aspects of the Corvette Z06 racing models. These include tires and ceramic wheel bearings that offer lower rolling resistance, carbon fiber doors that weight under 15 lbs and air conditioning units that pull just 1.5 hp to cool the cabin. Check out the video after the jump.

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Corvette Racing's C6.R Practice Session at Elkhart Lake

Corvette Racing’s Oliver Gavin posted this in-car video of the #4 Corvette C6.R practicing at Elkhart Lake. In a separate video, Oliver explains that the team was at Elkhart Lake for testing all sorts of components – “tires, engines, aero stuff, brakes and all sorts of bits and pieces“. Oliver explained that the although the testing went well, they did run into some problems. You wouldn’t know that judging by the sound of the new LS5.5R V8 getting put through its paces.

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Corvette Racing's Doug Fehan Discusses Sebring's Pit Lane Incident

At the C5/C6 Bash last week at the Corvette Museum, Corvette Racing’s Program Manager Doug Fehan talked about racing this season and about Sebring in particular. The Perfect Storm is how he has described the events that led to the two Corvette C6.Rs crashing in a pit lane mishap at the 12 Hours of Sebring.

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Very First 2011 Corvette Z06 is Tribute to 50th Anniversary of First Le Mans Win

In commemorating the 50th anniversary of Corvette’s first class win at Le Mans, GM built a very special one of one tribute to the 1960 Briggs Cunningham Corvette. VIN #00001 shares the same exterior cues including the twin stipes over the hood, roof and trunk and the #3. A special graphic on the B-pillar features a 50th Anniversary logo and then dates 1960 and 2010.

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