Corvette Racing on Prepping for ALMS Baltimore!
by John CoyleCorvette Forum This weekend, Corvette Racing will take its C6.Rs to the streets of Baltimore for the Charm City’s inaugural ALMS race. Given that the event is being run on public streets, all the teams are starting from zero intel-wise, and the engineers will be working overtime on the simulators to get the […] More »
by John CoyleCorvette Forum How cool is this? Pfadt Race Engineering has sponsored a live chart with Johnny O’Connell from Corvette Racing! If you’re looking for insight into what it takes to be a champion driver, get some tips on how to set up your car for the street or track, or just want to […] More »
by John CoyleCorvette Forum Back in 2007, a freak storm pounded Corvettes at Carlisle, downing tents, damaging vehicles and injuring over a dozen people. So with Hurricane Irene closing in on the Eastern seaboard, it’s no wonder Forum members are watching the weather. Senior Member 9vette91 has already canceled his trip, and Senior Member EB […] More »
by John CoyleCorvette Forum Racing any kind of vehicle, whether it’s a GT-car in ALMS, a NASCAR at Daytona or a ferocious MotoGP machine, is a workout. That said, today’s cars are exponentially easier to pilot than the monsters of yesteryear. Want an example? Then check out this video of driver Christian Dick literally wrestling […] More »
by John CoyleCorvette Forum If you haven’t been to Road America, you’re missing out. In 2008, I was there to cover the American Le Mans Series, and while I’d like to recommend some restaurants or bars, I ate hot dogs at the track and bought my beer at a gas station. But I can’t say […] More »