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This past weekend, Corvsport.com traveled to sunny Daytona Beach Florida for the 61st running of the Rolex 24 endurance race.  The event, which sees a field of homologated production and prototype race cars compete for twenty hours straight on the famous banked turns of Daytona International Speedway, often also serves as a forum for spectators to explore the latest offerings from their favorite automotive manufacturers.  As has been the case for the past several years,...
Ex-Scuderia Filipinetti 1968 L-88 Corvette As the only sports car model to be in continuous production for more than 50 years, the Chevrolet Corvette holds a very special place in...
2009 GT4 by Callaway Competion
The best way to introduce this rare Corvette is by quoting Reeves Callaway’s post from the Bring A Trailer listing: “It’s important to note that the only way to have a legitimate GT4 Corvette is to own one of the five cars with the EX VIN designation. It is not permissible to try to replicate and compete in any of the organizations that require FIA Homologation. One must have the traceable validation back to the...
The story of the Corvette and how it came to race at Le Mans This article was originally written for our sister website Sports Car Digest. The story of the Corvette and how it came to race at Le Mans is one in which the dreams of a number of individuals intersect, over a prolonged period of time. While each of these dreamers came from vastly different backgrounds and held often times very different agendas,...
Corvette Of The Day: 2020 Chevrolet Corvette C8.R
Built to compete in IMSA’s GTLM class starting with the 2020 season is the Chevrolet Corvette C8.R.  Chevrolet, working in cooperation with Pratt & Miller, began development of the mid-engine C8.R Corvette race car.  The car, which was developed in parallel with the production vehicle, was developed to meet the homologation requirements of the IMSA sanctioned WeatherTech SportsCar Championship series. To meet IMSA regulations, the C8.R is equipped with a a 5.5L V8 engine that’s good for 500 horsepower power and...
Corvette Of The Day: 2013 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R
The Corvette C7.R was conceived, designed and constructed by Pratt & Miller Engineering based on the C7 Corvette Stingray developed by Chevrolet. It was developed in 2013 as a replacement for the out-going C6.R Corvette race car, whose retirement from racing mirrored the end of its commercial counterpart’s production run at the end of the 2013 model year. Interestingly, while the 2014 C7 Corvette is an almost entirely new production vehicle, early variants of the C7.R Corvette actually incorporated properties of...
Corvette Racing Announces 2023 IMSA And FIA Driver Roster Anyone who has followed Corvette Racing the past couple of years has seen a number of significant driver changes made to their collective lineups.  More than that, we’ve seen the re-alignment of the team to complete in both IMSA and FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC,) something the team hadn’t done prior to last year.   As we move into 2023, Corvette Racing will continue to complete in...

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