Translogic Takes a Look at the General’s Fire-Breathing ZR1!

by John CoyleCorvette Forum Last week, I posted about Translogic’s piece on the history of Chevy’s small-block V8, and I still find host Bradley Hasemeyer?and the name of the series, actually?kind of annoying. But they’ve certainly been turning their attention to some great subjects lately, and I like this segment about the General’s halo car. […] More »

  Comments | By - September 1, 2011

Corvette Racing Explains The Science of Street Racing!

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

  Comments | By - September 1, 2011

Corvette Racing on Prepping for ALMS Baltimore!

by John CoyleCorvette Forum 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 […] More »

  Comments | By - August 31, 2011

Live Q & A With Corvette Racing’s Johnny O’Connell!

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 […] More »

  Comments | By - August 30, 2011

Corvette Central Kicks Off 1963 Split-Mod Restoration Project!

Corvette Central and Chris Petris, the duo behind the C4 Cutaway Corvette, have teamed up again to bring together a real cool project called the “Split Mod”. Essentially, it’s the restoration of a severely rusted 1963 Corvette Coupe. Instead of the traditional matching-numbers restoration, which would be somewhat difficult considering the car has no motor

  Comments | By - August 29, 2011

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