At the Baltimore Grand Prix, Program Manager Doug Fehan provided the next installment of the Corvette Racing’s Tech Transfer segment which aired during the race. While most of the tech transfer segments follow the transfer of technology from Track to Street, this is one segment where we look at the transfer from Street to Track.
The doors opened today in Frankfurt, Germany for the 64th International Motor Show and the halo car of the Chevrolet brand is well represented. Celebrating its 100 year anniversary, Chevy’s display offers a glimpse of past, present and future models in the Chevrolet lineup. Visitors will be able to see the new 2012 Corvette Grand
Software, Simulations, and Experience Prepare Corvette Racing for Inaugural Baltimore Race BALTIMORE, Aug. 31, 2011 – Before the first practice session at the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix begins, Corvette Racing’s twin Compuware Corvette C6.R race cars will already have made dozens of laps on the downtown street circuit – thanks to sophisticated computer simulations. The
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 […]
by John CoyleCorvette Forum The commentator is rightfully impressed by the pass made by Wolf Henzler in the Porsche?it really didn’t look like there was room there?but even still, the pass the Corvette Racing driver pulled off wasn’t too shabby either. Sure, he wound up trading a little point with the BMW, but that’s racing.Unfortunately, […]