by John Coyle
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 cars as dialed as possible. But as driver Oliver Gavin points out, there’s only so much a computer can tell you, and once the slicks hit the road, it’ll be up to the drivers to provide the feedback which makes the difference between a podium finish and a crash. Grip will be low, the surface will be bumpy, and the competition will be hot, so don’t miss it when the cars take to the grid this Saturday!
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The Baltimore Grand Prix drops the green flag on Saturday, September 3, at 4:30 p.m.
ET. Live video coverage will be available on ESPN3.com. ABC will televise the
Baltimore Grand Prix on Sunday, September 4, at 4 p.m. ET.