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Corvette Racing

IndyCar Stars Pagenaud and Briscoe Join Corvette Racing for Daytona and Sebring

It’s official.

IndyCar star Simon Pagenaud will be driving the No. 4 Corvette C7.R starting Jan. 9 along with Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner in the annual Roar Before the 24, which serves as a three-day tune-up in front of the 53rd Rolex 24 at Daytona and the start of the TUDOR Championship.

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IndyCar Driver Simon Pagenaud May Join Corvette Racing for Endurance Races
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IndyCar Series star Simon Pagenaud will likely be behind the wheel of a Corvette C7.R at the Rolex 24 at Daytona and 12 Hours of Sebring, according to multiple sources talking to RACER.

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Corvette Racing Working To Improve the Corvette C7.R

by Bruce Troxell on December 23, 2014

Competitors in the Tudor United Sportscar Championship, such as Corvette Racing, put in long, hard hours at the racetrack and traveling around the country from spring until fall. Crews and drivers must endure hot weather, rainy weather, days away from their families, and unbelievable stress trying to make a sometimes cantankerous racecar do what they want it to do. Then, on top of all that, the sanctioning body can suddenly change the balance of performance parameters on your car to make everything that much more difficult.

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[VIDEO] Corvette Racing 2014 – Why We Race

by Keith Cornett on December 18, 2014

[VIDEO] Corvette Racing 2014 - Why We Race

Pratt and Miller, the award-winning team behind the Chevrolet Corvette’s factory-supported racing effort known simply as Corvette Racing, released an interesting new video last night that takes a deep dive into the philosophy of racing. In the opener, the narrator asks the age-old question of why go racing.

Why does Chevrolet race the Corvette: “Ultimately, it’s to build a better sports car.”

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Via CorvetteVideos.TV

Watch Tommy Milner’s latest Driver POV in Corvette Racing’s C7.R as the team undertakes some off-season testing at NOLA Motorsports Park:

A couple laps from off season testing at NOLA Motorsports Park in the C7.R. Tried out adding a foot cam as well.

Visit CorvetteVideos.TV for the best selection of hand-picked Corvette videos.

 

IMSA: Five Things You Didn’t Know About Corvette Racing

by Keith Cornett on December 9, 2014

IMSA: Five Things You Didn't Know About Corvette Racing
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When Corvette Racing began their factory-backed effort in 1999, few if any truly expected the kind of dominating success that the racing team would come to embody. Looking back on 15 years of racing, the team has raced three different of generations of Corvettes from the C5-R to the C7.R. Along the way they earned the most all-time victories and 1-2 finishes in American Le Mans Series history including an ALMS-best 10 team championships, 10 manufacturer championships and seven class wins at the 24 hours of Le Mans.

But how well do you know Corvette Racing? This week IMSA put out these Five Things You Didn’t Know About Corvette Racing and there were a few items on the list that even the most diehard fan might not be aware of.

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Join Doug Fehan for Two Days of Corvette Racing Legends at the Simeone Auto Museum
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The Simeone Automotive Museum in Philadelphia will be hosting a two day celebration of Corvette Racing next Friday and Saturday, Oct. 31st and Nov. 1st. Special guest is Corvette Racing Program Manager Doug Fehan.

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[VIDEO] Track to Street - Corvette C7.R and Z06 Technology Transfer

One of the hallmarks of the new 2015 Corvette Z06 and the C7.R Corvette race car is that they were developed together utilizing the lessons learned from the C6 Corvette and the C6.R race car.

In a new video by Chevrolet, Corvette Racing driver Tommy Milner and Corvette’s Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter talk about the transfer of technology from the racing program to the production Corvette.

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Remember to Vote for Corvette Racing for the 'Team to Win' Award
Photo Credit: Richard Prince for Chevy Racing

Go vote right now for Corvette Racing in the WSJ’s Team to Win poll that is underway through Sunday. Even if you have already voted, you can cast a new vote every 24 hours. Other teams are saying that they can beat the fans of Corvette Racing. We’re here to let them know how sadly they are mistaken.

We don’t control IMSA’s rules, we have no say in their ridiculous Balance of Performance adjustments, but we the fans can make our voices heard by making sure Corvette Racing wins this vote.

 

Vote for Corvette Racing for the 2014 Team to Win Award
Photo Credit: Richard Prince for Chevy Racing

Every week following a TUDOR United Sports Car Championship Race, the Wall Street Journal hosts a vote sponsored by Microsoft’s Visual Studio for the race team of the week. As Corvette Racing won the vote in round 6 following their 3rd consecutive win at Watkins Glen, they are in contention for the 2014 Team to Win Award Grand Prize.

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