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Corvette’s perfect day
Jan26

Corvette’s perfect day

Crashes, body damage, engine failures, bodywork flying off – the GT Le Mans class battle looked like a war zone after the Rolex 24 at Daytona. But despite the carnage, one Corvette, a Dane, a Spaniard and an Australian kept their nose clean. In fact, if it wasn’t for the various bits of rubber, grim and dead bugs that adorned the No.3 Corvette, you’d never know the car had completed a 24 hour race. Jan Magnussen, Antonio Garcia and...

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Corvette squad running strong in 1-2
Jan25

Corvette squad running strong in 1-2

As the race neared the 11 hour mark, Corvette Racing moved back into the top two spots to grab first and second on the GT Le Mans scoreboard in the Rolex 24 at Daytona. Ryan Briscoe held the lead aboard the No.3 machine while Simon Pagenaud was at the wheel of the No.4 car. Both cars have been highly competitive throughout the race – the No.3 ‘Vette quickly moving up from it’s fifth place on the grid to challenge the...

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BMW heads first battle of the brands
Jan22

BMW heads first battle of the brands

BMW’s Bill Auberlen took the top spot in the GT Le Mans class battle of the brands this morning when he set the fastest time of the morning aboard the No.25 BMW Z4 GTE. The Californian veteran stopped the clocks at 1:44.990 – the only car to dip into the 1 minute, 44 second bracket. Corvette Racing’s Jan Magnussen was second fastest ahead of Gianmaria Bruni’s Ferrari. The GT Le Mans class will feature a battle...

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Game changing moment of the GTLM title chase
Oct05

Game changing moment of the GTLM title chase

Races – and championships – can be won and lost in the pit lane. Ferrari, Porsche and Corvette all suffered severely in Saturday’s Petit Le Mans with a dramatic accident in pit lane. Risi Ferrari’s Pierre Kaffer stopped at the red light at the end of pit lane only to be collected by the Porsche of Patrick Pilet – who in turn was hit by the Corvette of Jan Magnussen. The incident took all three out of...

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Brundle/Magnussen top morning warm-up
Oct04

Brundle/Magnussen top morning warm-up

The son of an ex-Formula 1 driver and the father of a current Formula 1 driver topped the timesheets in the morning warm-up at Road Atlanta this morning – Alex Brundle and Jan Magnussen. Brundle drove the Oak Racing Honda to the fastest time of the morning at 1:15.174 while Jan Magnussen was fastest in GTLM for Corvette Racing – recording a time of 1:19.389. Brundle’s father Martin started 158 Grands Prix...

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