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.
The Corvette C6R crash at Sebring put a black mark on the team's 2010 ALMS season kickoff. What happened? Who was responsible? Well, the Pratt & Miller folks behind the C6R have put together this explanation below.
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.
While Americans are reinventing endurance racing in a dadaist manner, Europeans are still doing their thing at Le Mans, 86 years after the first race. And it was Audi vs. Peugeot yet again. Warning: spoilers.
This Corvette Le Mans EVO prototype was spied by an eagle-eyed reader of ten-tenths during a visit to Pratt & Miller's Michigan headquarters. It could have been a reality if the 2007 rule changes occurred.
Here's the new look of the Corvette C6R for the 2008 season of ALMS racing. The changes to the new "Victory Yellow" vette include blackout headlights, black BBS wheels, a reborn BlackTail and the all-new "Scrape Stripe." Oh and yeah, check it out — Badboy Vettes even got their URL on the front, right above the…
The Corvettes are leaving the paddock and heading over to the track. Enjoy the bright yellow beauty, or as Nick Hogan would call it — bright yellow P***y magnetism. Watch out for the dropping panties.