Tag: Oliver Gavin

Corvette Racing Series Wraps Up Season With Petit Le Mans Episode

In the final episode of this year’s Track to Street series by Corvette Racing, the team reflects on their experiences from the ALMS season. We’re also given an inside look at Petit Le Mans, where each team strives to end the season on a high note. On the season, the Corvette Racing team captured a

  Comments | By - October 26, 2011

Corvette Racing Finishes Fourth in ALMS Season Finale

Gavin and Magnussen Take Second in Driver Standings; Team Rallies Around No. 4 Corvette After No. 3 Corvette Sidelined BRASELTON, Ga., Oct. 1, 2011 – After nine hours and 35 minutes of intense competition, Corvette Racing finished fourth in the GT class in Petit Le Mans, the season finale of the American Le Mans Series.

  Comments | By - October 2, 2011

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 »

  Comments | By - September 27, 2011

Corvette Racing Takes Fifth at Road America

Gavin and Magnussen Run at the Front in GT, Beretta and Milner Retire after Accident ELKHART LAKE, Wis., Aug. 20, 2011 – The fans wanted a four-hour race at Road America, and the American Le Mans Series teams delivered four hours of nonstop action in the Time Warner Cable Road Race Showcase. The No. 4

  Comments | By - August 22, 2011

Corvette Racing at ALMS Mid-Ohio

The 2 hour 45 minute dogfight at Mid-Ohio started under somewhat sunny skies but during the last half of the race, the clouds turned dark and rain started falling. But the weather was only one part of the Saturday’s ALMS race. We’ll tell you the Corvettes were strong throughout the day

  Comments | By - August 6, 2011

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