The proof is in the pudding – or so they say. Heidts, takes us behind the scenes and behind the wheel in their 1968 Camaro test rig and they show us firsthand the abuse their test rigs take to ensure the suspension systems are built not only to perform, but to last!
by Jake Headlee on July 29, 2013
by Nigel Dobbie on June 28, 2013
In fairness to the ACO / FIA, the balance of performance is a hugely difficult task, and all of the manufacturers will do whatever they can to make it appear their car is slower before the race. This year the ACO / FIA got it badly wrong….
by Lindsey Fisher on June 18, 2013
On Friday, June 14th, Grand-Am Racing hit the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio for the seventh race of the season, but while there were many manufacturers entered in the competition, the Corvette teams left little room for the success of other brands over the weekend.
by Lindsey Fisher on May 14, 2013
After taking the win in the American Le Mans Series opener at Sebring, Corvette Racing dropped to a 4-5 finish at Long Beach just last month. But the season is far from over and the team is intent on proving their power for the remainder of the year, starting with their first-place finish at Laguna Seca.
One of the things we love about LG Motorsports is that proprietor Lou Gigliotti doesn’t just make cars faster for other folks – he’s got some serious chops behind the wheel himself. We have the opportunity to see what it’s like to mix it up in the midst of World Challenge competition courtesy of Mr. Gigliotti…
by Lindsey Fisher on April 24, 2013
For years, Forgeline wheels have been trusted to carry adrenaline junkies and even professional racing teams to the top of their games, and just last weekend, this was once again proven at the Road Atlanta Grand-Am Road Racing event when the Forgeline-equipped Stevenson Motorsports Camaro swept GS.
by Jackie Stockman on April 23, 2013
Corvette Racing finished 4th and 5th in the Tequila Patrón American Le Mans Series at Long Beach, and unofficially shares the top spot in Manufacturer Standings with BMW at 34 points. Looks to be a good start to the season on the heels of a first-place finish at Sebring for the No. 4 car.
by Paul Huizenga on April 19, 2013
Bookmark this page as we update throughout the weekend with more photos from Long Beach!
by Nigel Dobbie on March 19, 2013
With two hours to go, ex-Corvette Racing driver Olivier Beretta in the Risi Ferrari 458 led by just over a minute from the recovering #4 Corvette with Oliver Gavin at the wheel. Tommy Milner took over for the final stints with still more than 30 seconds to find in the last hour…
by Salvatore Alaimo on March 18, 2013
Corvette has not won the American Le Mans Series GT class at Florida’s 12-hour Sebring since 2009. This year, however, America’s sports car pulled ahead of Risi Competizione’s 458 Italia in the race’s final 13 minutes. Thanks to our featured links from Corvette Blogger, you can relive the racing magic!
If 2013 is anything like 2012 was for the Corvette Racing team, it will make for some exciting motorsports action! Here’s the schedule for all the events on the team’s to-do list…
On a recent balmy, sunny Southeastern Friday, just under 50 cars competed in the Grassroots Motorsports (GRM) 2012 Ultimate Track Car Challenge (UTCC). The event happens every year at the historic, scenic and exhilarating Virginia International Raceway, between South Boston and Danville, Virginia.
This weekend was a wild one for Corvette Racing. After fighting for first place all race long, the No. 3 Corvette of Garcia and Magnussen had to settle for second place, but not before a surprise coming from the post-race tech inspection…
by Lindsey Fisher on July 5, 2012
Chevrolet has done it once again, beating out the competition to take its seventh win in the Daytona Prototype class of the Grand-Am Rolex series over the weekend. But DP wasn’t the only class Chevy took.The American automaker also scored its second win and fifth top three finish in the Grand Touring class as well
by Lindsey Fisher on June 18, 2012
In order to do the job properly, pace car drivers have to have an adequate car and that’s why the Camaro was chosen for the 2012 WTCC pace vehicle. Not only does the 6.2L V8 make it possible to pace the field according to the competitor’s speed needs, it also allows Correia to get out of anyone’s way in a hurry.
by Lindsey Fisher on June 4, 2012
In hopes of keeping with the tradition of amazing Le Mans finishes for the 2012 season, Corvette Racing recently participated in the Le Mans Test Day for the upcoming June race. Although things got a little bit hairy during the test session for rookie driver Jordan Taylor, the team seems to be in tip-top shape.
by Chris Demorro on June 4, 2012
The Corvette Daytona Prototypes of Action Express Racing took first and second place at this weekend’s Detroit Belle Isle Grand Am 200. Joining the Corvettes in victory lane was the Camaro GTR of Autohaus Motorsports.
Drawing enthusiasts from all over the world, the infamous circuit boasts almost 13 miles of twisting pavement that caters to thousands of “Touristenfahrten” every year, and in this video we see what it’s like to lap the ‘Ring in a C5 Z06.
by Ian McBride on July 1, 2010
24 Hours of Le Mans has been a trademark race throughout the world for over eighty years now with the first race being held in 1923. The goal of the 24-hour endurance is to not only be the fastest, but to have the most dependable car.
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After taking five pole positions in the 2009 SCCA Pro Racing Trans-Am Series, Tony Ave was at it again in qualifying for the 2010 season opener at New Jersey Motorsports Park, but he got the pole by the slimmest of margins over 2009 Trans-Am champion Tomy Drissi.