The “Green Hell” Strikes Again! Huge ‘Ring Crash Caught On Video!
by John CoyleCorvette Forum Yikes! Who would have thought construction congestion on a track called the “Green Hell” could cause amateur drivers in high-performance sports cars such problems? OK, when you put it that way, I guess you don’t have to be Nostradamus to see accidents like this coming. There’s a whole lot of boring […] More »
Prior to last weekend’s running of the 14th Annual Petit Le Mans, CorvetteBlogger spoke with Corvette Racing’s Tommy Milner. Our conversation touched on his first full year of racing Corvettes, the amazing win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, comparison of the BMW M3 to the Corvette C6.R, and how he prepare for races
A huge crash on the famous Nurburgring over the weekend collected eight cars including a “rented” Corvette Z06. The accident occurred on the portion of the ‘ring known as the “Bergwerk” section and from various reports, we believe the cause was likely due to a construction zone that failed to give drivers enough warning to
by John CoyleCorvette Forum When I saw this video, I immediately remembered this thread discussing the possibilities of putting a flat-plane crank into an LS motor. It sounded like a huge amount of work, and I immediately decided that I’d never attempt anything approaching that level of complexity. But I have to admit, this flat-plane, […] More »
CorvetteBlogger was on the ground last week at Road Atlanta for the 14th annual Petit Le Mans. We had the opportunity to talk with Corvette Racing’s Program Manager Doug Fehan about the 2nd full season of GT racing, the win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and changes for the 2012 program which including