Tag: C6.R

Rare Corvette Racers Headed to the 2013 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion


If you love historically significant Corvette racecars, it doesn’t get much better than the collection of six very rare cars that will be on display at the 2013 Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca on Aug. 16-18. We all know Chevy takes the lessons it learns from racing and transfers that knowledge

  Comments | By - August 12, 2013

My Generation: The Price


by Rick Tavel Special to Corvette Forum ? 6-26-2013 All rights reserved, do not duplicate without permission. Like many Corvette ?true believers? I watched the 24 Hours of Le Mans with hopeful anticipation that the Corvette team would somehow be able to add victory number eight to their impressive twenty first century record of class […] More »

  Comments | By - June 26, 2013

Corvettes on eBay: 2006 Corvette C6.R ALMS GT1 Tribute

If there is one project we can really get behind, it’s this 2006 Corvette Z06 made to look like the #3 ALMS GT1 Corvette C.6R. We’ve seen this tribute to Corvette Racing’s 2008 season before when the car appeared at 2008′s SEMA show in Las Vegas. We were amazed then and that feeling returned seeing

  Comments | By - May 28, 2013

Fehan: Work is Progressing on the Corvette C7.R

The Corvette Racing program has really become the textbook case of how (and why) a car company goes racing. Not only does the Chevrolet Corvette benefit from the “Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday” strategy that Zora Duntov outlined nearly 60 years ago while making his case that Chevrolet needs to be a performance brand.

  Comments | By - August 9, 2012

American Le Mans Heats Up as the Series Heads to Laguna Seca

by John Coyle Corvette Forum Even with a damaged car?most of the race was run without a hood?Corvette Racing drivers Tommy Milner and Oliver Gavin were able to pull out a victory at the demolition derby that was the Streets of Long Beach. And while the team is fresh off a win and seems to […] More »

  Comments | By - May 8, 2012

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