Final Battle of 2011 ALMS Season: Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta!
by John CoyleCorvette Forum October 1st, the teams of the American Le Mans Series will do battle for the final time this season. Road Atlanta will play host, and the drivers will lap the storied circuit for ten hours or 1000 miles, whichever comes first. For the uninitiated, there’s nothing that approaches the excitement?and heartbreak?of […] More »
Photo Credit: Richard Prince / GM Racing Strategy and Speed to Determine Success in Six-Hour Endurance Race MONTEREY, Calif., Sept. 13, 2011 – The 2011 season has been a roller coaster year for Corvette Racing, with both victory celebrations and bitter disappointments. Saturday’s six-hour ModSpace American Le Mans Series Monterey, the penultimate round of the
It’s that time of the season where the fans of the American Le Mans Series vote to honor the person or group that makes the biggest impact in the ALMS and sports car racing. Naturally, the fan base of Corvette Racing has once again nominated the team for the “From the Fans” award so let’s
Photo by Richard Prince/GM Racing One of the benefits of the American Le Mans Series new television deal with ESPN is the ability to watch previous races and qualifying sessions from the ALMS video archive. Having missed Friday’s live ESPN3 feed, I pulled up a replay of the practice/qualifying session for the inaugural Baltimore Grand
The inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix lived up to expectations as tight corners and limited passing opportunities turned the streets into a gunfight. Things were real interesting from the start as Corvettes battled BMW, Porsche and Ferrari in the shadows of Camden Yard and the USS Constitution moored in Baltimore’s Harbor. Would Saturday’s result help Corvette