[PICS] LG Motorsports Preps this C6 2013 Corvette ZR1 for the Track

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LG Motorsports Preps this C6 2013 Corvette ZR1 for the Track
Photo Credit: LG Motorsports

Here’s one 2013 ZR1 that’s definitely a cut above the already awesome Corvette powerhouse.

LG Motorsports says that a fellow named Karl brought his stock ZR1 to them with the directive to build him a complete car that will spend most of its time on the track but still see some street time.

Here’s what they came up with:

The engine features LPE snout with 2.35-inch pulley, LG High Capacity Intercooler bricks, LG Super Cool ZR1 radiator, Katech Heat Exchanger, Custom CAI, and ID 850 injectors.

Couple that with LG Motorsports Super Pro Headers, LG GT4 Mufflers, not to mention LG Billet drop spindles, LG mono ball control arm inserts, and ForgeLine GA1R wheels and Hoosier tires (not shown).

Then the body features a wicked LG GT2 wing and frame mounts and LG GT2 front tunneled splitter.

The interior wasn’t neglected, though, with LG adding Billet fixed seat mounts, Sparco Evo2 seats, Simpson 5-point harness, Vetteworks harness bar and mounts, and Sparco wheel with quick disconnect.

LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track
LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track
LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track LG Motorsports Preps this C6 Corvette ZR1 for the Track

Knowing what Karl had in mind, we’d say LG Motorsports with its more than 35 years in racing and building parts accomplished his goal and then some.

“This is one ZR1 that will surely tear up both the track and the streets,” LG reports on Facebook.

By the way, if you’re not familiar with LG Motorsports, Lou Gigliotti started the business in 1988 when he ran the Corvette Challenge series with a two-car team for a couple of seasons so he could have a base to run that series from.

“One of our sayings is: ‘We blur the line between racing and street,’ ” Lou says. “This comes from our close connection to the racing world.”

Lou says his role now is to steer the ship while his son Louis handles the day-to-day operations, freeing his dad to make strategic decisions.

“Racing helps us innovate great street products for the Corvette market,” Lou says, “and our experience in the extreme environments that racing is conducted in allows us to get it right the first time which benefits our customers.”

No wonder Karl chose LG to transform his ZR1.

LG Motorsports Preps this C6 2013 Corvette ZR1 for the Track
Photo Credit: LG Motorsports


Source:
CorvetteForum.com

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