Those that have been to the IMSA races and witnessed Corvette Racing in action have seen the amount of work and dedication it takes to pull off a successful race week.
While at the races, fans are able to watch the team work from the moment when the Corvette C7.Rs are off-loaded from the trailers to the waving of the checkered flag.
But what happens after the team’s garage (aka Doug’s Golf Dome) is deflated and the C7.Rs head back to Michigan? Our friends at Mobil 1 The Grid went behind the scenes at Pratt & Miller to find out.
Race weekends take their toll on cars from all racing categories and series – and none more so than in the IMSA Sportscar Championship, whose large variety of tracks are a challenge for manufacturers and drivers alike. Mobil 1 The Grid pays a visit to the home of Corvette Racing in Detroit to find out exactly what happens in a post-race teardown, and the work required to prepare a car for the next race on the calendar.
Now that the 2016 season has come to an end, we here at CorvetteBlogger are offering a big round of thanks to Mobil 1 The Grid for the great videos and articles featuring Corvette Racing during this record-setting championship season!
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