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[VIDEO] A Conversation with Corvette Racing's Doug Fehan

As a new year of racing in the American Le Mans series gets underway with the 12 Hours of Sebring, we had the opportunity to talk with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan. In this wide-ranging interview, we asked Doug about paddle shifters, E10 vs E85 for Sebring and the driver changes made during the off-season. We also managed to sneak in a question about the C7! Check out the video after the jump.

[VIDEO] Corvette Racing's Video Series: Episode 1 - Paddle Shifter Testing at Road Atlanta

Corvette Racing broke new ground last year with their Track to Street video series that chronicled the 2010 ALMS and 24 Hours of Le Mans campaigns. The series focused on everything from individual race results to the racing technology that is transferred to the regular production Corvettes (hence the name Track to Street). So it is good news for Corvette fans that GM Racing is continuing the series for the 2011 season which according to our watch, started the day after the #4 Corvette’s dramatic win at Petit Le Mans last October.

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.

[VIDEO] Corvette Racing's Beretta and Fehan Discuss Driver Change at Mosport

Corvette Racing made waves when they announced a shake up in the drivers lineup two days before racing at Mosport. Olivier Beretta discusses his shift to the #3 Corvette C6.R where he joined Johnny O’Connell. Program Manager Doug Fehan tells us the change is an effort to minimize setups on the GT Corvette, which he called “sensitive to change”.

[VIDEO] Corvette Racing Series Episode 6: The 24 Hours of Le Mans

Here’s the latest installment of the Track to Street series from Corvette Racing, featuring the 24 Hours of Le Mans event. This year Corvette Racing celebrated their 50th running at Le Mans, with a commemorative lap consisting of 50 Corvettes being run prior to the race. With excitement and adrenaline running high, the team once again put forth their best efforts, only to watch misfortune strike again. Take a look as the Le Mans story is told from within the garage and out on the track, and what to expect from the team as they continue the battle this season.

The #63 Corvette was shown parked on the side of the track at 07:00. Fehan says crank case pressure alarm went off indicating a major problem with the engine. Calls it a terminal issue with the engine. Corvette Racing confirms in tweets: Terminal mechanical issue on 63 Corvette, Garcia stopped on track going into Indianapolis, End of the race for No. 63 at Le Mans.

Fehan on #63 Corvette’s retirement: “Our first engine problem in 11 years at Le Mans. No indication leading up to it.”

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