The Alley

Corvette fights back to take Sebring win

Delays with electrical issues and an extended penalty stop during the race could not stop the No.4 Corvette of Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner and Richard Westbrooke from taking the GT victory today. With strong pressure from Ferrari, SRT Viper and BMW – all of whom took turns in the race lead – the Corvette trio rose to the challenge with Milner chasing down the Risi Ferrari in the closing stages of the race. “We...

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Anybody seen a black cat?

Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia led the GT championship last year after the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park round in Canada. Since then however, their luck hasn’t exactly been on their side. As their 2012 campaign came to a sudden halt with a series of first corner incidents, minor issues and awful fortune, the Danish/Spaniard duo had their sights set on updated fortunes in 2013. Joined with Jordan Taylor this weekend, Magnussen...

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Magnussen looking to Sebring and beyond

While Jan Magnussen and Corvette Racing is eagerly awaiting the race start for today’s Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring, the Dane is also looking at today’s race as a preview for what he can expect at this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. Magnussen is lining up with regular co-driver, Spaniard Antonio Garcia and young American star Jordan Taylor. Garcia qualified fifth yesterday in a packed GT field which will feature BMW,...

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Corvette Racing’s sophomore Jordan Taylor

Corvette Racing’s Jordan Taylor is still the “young gun” on the GM squad but with a year of endurance events under his belt, the talented second generation racer now feels well at home. Taylor was second fastest in night practice last night in the No.3 ‘Vette he shares with Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia. Combining Sebring, Le Mans and Petit Le Mans will a full season of GRAND-AM Rolex Series competition,...

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Top Manufacturers, Drivers, Teams Make GT Shine!

Transition is the word for the 2013 season as American Le Mans Series manufacturers and teams prepare for the merger of the ALMS and GRAND-AM series and unified classes and events for 2014. One group expected to remain virtually untouched is the current GT class of ALMS, where top manufacturers, teams and drivers have delivered some of the best competition in the world. If it is not broken, why fix it? Still, change is the one...

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