Our friends at Mobil 1 The Grid recently sat down with Sports Car Program Manager Laura Klauser who now oversees Corvette Racing as well as Cadillac Racing and the Camaro GT4 programs for General Motors. The new alignment of the three programs under one organization allows better sharing of resources and additional collaborations among the teams.
Klauser will be instrumental in the success of Corvette Racing moving forward with IMSA’s change to the GTD-Pro class and a possible GT3-spec car rumored to be under consideration, as well as the team’s short term plans which include the return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans after missing last year’s opportunity due to COVID-19.
From Mobil 1 The Grid via YouTube:
With some of IMSA’s strongest leaders being women, it comes as no surprise that General Motors looked in the direction of Laura Klauser to bring all the Chevrolet racing programs together.
Klauser followed her passion and rose through the ranks in the male-dominated world of motorsports to take over the helm as Sports Car Racing Program Manager at GM.
She now oversees the very successful Corvette Racing operation for the IMSA GT Le Mans (GTLM) class, as well as supervising the Cadillac Daytona Prototype international (DPi) program.
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