Corvette Racing's Tommy Milner slapped a camera* on his helmet for a night practice in advance of last weekend's 2011 Petit Le Mans race. This is how little you can see behind the wheel of a GT car while driving around a road circuit. Try not to scream when the Aston Martin goes flying by.
This is just your everday home-built rig for running race simulations. It's one anyone could build for a few thousand dollars and a basic understanding of PVC cement. Except the rig you see below helped Tommy Milner win the 24 Hours of LeMans.
A Texas race team has sued General Motors for antitrust violations, saying it conspired with tire maker Michelin to hobble a private competitor to GM's factory-owned Corvettes in American and international road racing.
We know this video is just marketing aimed at furthering the mythology of the Corvette and its ties to racing, but dammit if watching mechanics and engineers put together C6.R's and talk about racing isn't enough make us not care.
Corvette racing fans, prepare for a full-on Jakegasm! The newly-designed C6.R for the ALMS GT2 class has just been unveiled. Feast your eyes on all that Velocity Yellow below.
With IndyCar's Saturday practice session over here at the Detroit Belle Isle Grand Prix it's time for the ALMS cars to get a chance to burn up some rubber and turn a tire or two into little rubber pellets for collection in the corners of the Belle Isle track. Ben caught one of the Corvette C6.R's as it gets ready to…
Who knew that In addition to spending time waiting for his Corvette C6.R to drop off a car carrier, Johnny O'Connell could toss a fastball? We asked Johnny last night if he thought he'd thrown a strike and his response left no room for error: "That was definitely a strike!" While it looked more like it just barely…