Ask Corvette Racing's Le Mans And Daytona Winner Oliver Gavin Anything You Want

Corvette Racing gave us the most insane race finish when they told their No. 3 and No. 4 cars to have at it at the end of the Rolex 24 at Daytona. We’ve got the driver who finished just a nose ahead of his own teammate here to answer your questions. Ask Oliver Gavin anything you want—on racing or otherwise. Go!

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The Rolex 24 At Daytona's Last Laps Were The Most Intense Racing Of The Decade

There’s only one class at the Rolex 24 where I could easily guess the winner before the last hour of the race: Prototype Challenge. Every other class had a balls-out fight ‘til the end despite having raced around the Daytona road course for an entire day. Best of all, there was an insane Corvette vs. Corvette photo…

How Do You Win The 24 Hours Of Le Mans? Ask The Guys Who Did It

For two winners of this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans, this was one of the most uneventful races they’ve ever driven—and for that, they’re grateful. It doesn’t matter if you’re in a top-level Le Mans prototype or a road-car-based Corvette: the key to winning is to do everything as flawlessly as possible.

Winning Le Mans Is So Stressful You Pass The Time Sitting On The Can

The end of the 24 Hours of Le Mans was so stressful for Jordan Taylor that he hid in the bathroom for the end of the race. His Corvette Racing team was chasing AF Corse’s #51 Ferrari in GTE Pro until #51 had to come in for a half-hour’s worth of repairs, at which point, it was Corvette’s race to lose.

What If Corvette Racing Ran A Le Mans Prototype?

Since Formula One has become a bit stale and stifled by regulations, the World Endurance Championship has emerged as a much more interesting “anything goes” sort of racing series. This leads to bonkers entries like the front-wheel drive Nissan GT-R LM Nismo prototype. But if Corvette Racing ran an LMP1 prototype, what…

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