Mar 18 2004 admin News Comments Off on Earnhardt, Jr. and Said to Race Chevrolet Corvette C5-R

NASCAR star and veteran sports car racer to drive third Corvette at Infineon Raceway DETROIT – The General Motors Chevrolet Corvette Racing team will field a third C5-R for drivers Dale Earnhardt, Jr., and Boris Said for Round Four of the American Le Mans Series at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California this weekend. The race marks the factory Corvette C5-R’s 50th race since its inception in 1999; to date the successful GT sports racing car has compiled 29 victories in …

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Mar 18 2004 admin News Comments Off on Chevrolet Corvettes fastest in Wednesday practice at Sebring

New drivers, tires and gearbox off to a strong start in preparation for Saturday SEBRING, Fla. – The General Motors Chevrolet Corvette Racing team posted the fastest times in the GTS class during Wednesday’s practice sessions before the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring. The championship-winning two-car team claimed the top two spots in both hour-long practice sessions on the 3.7-mile Florida circuit. Both Corvette C5-Rs posted lap times in each session faster than Oliver Gavin’s 2003 pole position time …

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Mar 17 2004 admin News Comments Off on Earnhardt, Jr. and Said to Race Chevrolet Corvette C5-R

NASCAR star and veteran sports car racer to drive third Corvette at Infineon Raceway DETROIT – The General Motors Chevrolet Corvette Racing team today announced the addition of drivers Dale Earnhardt, Jr. and Boris Said for Round Four of the American Le Mans Series at Infineon Raceway in Sonoma, California on July 18th. The #8 Corvette C5-R will run as a third car in the event to further the team’s overall strategy to capture a fourth straight ALMS championship in …

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Jan 09 2004 admin News Comments Off on Legendary Chevrolet Corvette C5-R Raises The Bar In 2004

Championship-winning factory team announces powerful upgrades for sixth season DETROIT – Fast on the heels of capturing a record-setting third manufacturers’ championship in the American Le Mans Series, the General Motors Chevrolet Corvette Racing team is hard at work in developing an even stronger package for the upcoming 2004 season. Furthering its status as the most successful race car in the 50-year history of the marque, the Corvette C5-R will start next year with significant developments in tire technology, personnel, …

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