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Mobil 1′s The Grid has a nice feature on Corvette Racing preparing for the 2010 American Le Mans season.



Source:
SPEED

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[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Series: Episode 1

by Keith Cornett on March 11, 2010

Here is first full episode of the season-long Corvette Racing video series offering viewers an inside look at the team’s competitive nature and how they prepare to take to the track. With a little over a week until the ALMS season-opener at the 12 hours of Sebring, key members from Corvette Racing recap last year’s finish and share what awaits them in 2010.



Source:
Chevrolet’s YouTube Channel

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This poor guy was trying to save his C4 Corvette from a flooded barn. In the process of “yahooing the Corvette through the lake” he hydro-locked the engine. Comments from the camera lady range from “You got sooo close” to “Mike, are those your work shoes?”


Source:
Tampa Sports Car Examiner

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[VIDEO] Corvette Tour Delivery Options

by Keith Cornett on March 8, 2010

Thousands of people each year come to the Chevrolet Corvette Plant in Bowling Green, Kentucky & the nearby Corvette National Museum to get an inside look at the great American sports car.

Corvette owners can actually watch their vehicle in the process of being built and document its progress as it moves along the line. In many cases, the new owner can actually be the very first person to start it up!

Corvettes = Pride. From the company to the assembly workers to the owners taking delivery. This is where quality starts.


Source:
Chevrolet’s YouTube Channel

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[VIDEO] Corvette Goes Mud Bogging

by Keith Cornett on March 6, 2010

[PIC] Corvettes on Display at the Geneva Motor Show

by Keith Cornett on March 4, 2010

I got an email today from Corvette Racing announcing they are starting a video series to document the team through the 2010 American Le Mans Series and the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The preview video as you will see is very well-done and now I am even more fired up for the first race of the season later this month at Sebring.

Members of Corvette Racing share their passion for racing and what it means to represent Corvette in the American Le Mans Series (ALMS). Featured in the video are Mark Kent, manager, GM Racing, Gary Pratt, chief engineer and co-founder of Pratt & Miller engineering, and Doug Fehan, program manager, Corvette Racing. This is a preview of what to expect from the Corvette Racing Team as they document the ALMS season in their upcoming video series.



Source:
Chevrolet’s YouTube Channel

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Gavin Narrates a Hot Lap of Sebring in the GT Corvette C6.R
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Tanner Faust, host of SPEED’s Supercars Exposed, heads to Pepple Beach where he has the unique opportunity to drive both the very first Porsche and the very first Corvette ever built. The Motorama Corvette, dubbed EX-122 by GM Engineering, features an upgraded 283 V8 which the car received when it was being used as a test mule.

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Gavin Narrates a Hot Lap of Sebring in the GT Corvette C6.R

by Keith Cornett on February 20, 2010


Here is a video of the new 5.5L GT Corvette C6.R running a hot lap around Sebring International Raceway during the teams recent practice session. Our friends at Bad Boy Vettes hooked up with driver Oliver Gavin to give us an inside look at what the driver is seeing and doing as he makes his way around the historic and very bumpy 3.7 mile 17-turn road course. OG makes it sound easy but try doing this for 12 hours with a full field of competitors. At least the drivers have something to look forward to as they round Turn 10!



Source:
Bad Boy Vettes

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My Hot Lap Around Sebring in a 2009 Competition Sport Corvette