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For all of you racing fans that enjoy sharing Corvettes racing victories with all members, we're going to try a little consolidation of the information in an attempt to make finding it easier.

What our Idea is, thanks to Arnie :thumbsup: , is to bundle and keep all of the Corvette Racing threads here in the Corvette Performance Street Driving and Track Racing section.

You can think of it as a Corvette Racing bar and grille :devil:
Thanks for all the help and enthusiasm that you guys create :cheers:
 

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For all of you racing fans that enjoy sharing Corvettes racing victories with all members, we're going to try a little consolidation of the information in an attempt to make finding it easier.

What our Idea is, thanks to Arnie :thumbsup: , is to bundle and keep all of the Corvette Racing threads here in the Corvette Performance Street Driving and Track Racing section.

You can think of it as a Corvette Racing bar and grille :devil:
Thanks for all the help and enthusiasm that you guys create :cheers:
Great idea, watching and hearing:partyon: the c6rs at the Miller Motorpark ALMS race is sick. Is it true that a couple of teams are running vetts in the gt2 class?
 

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Great idea, watching and hearing:partyon: the c6rs at the Miller Motorpark ALMS race is sick. Is it true that a couple of teams are running vetts in the gt2 class?
Yes, LG Motorsports with Riley Technologies building the chassis and CRD building the engine. Tires not announced yet.

Rafanelli Engineering modified a Riley & Scott (previous name of Riley's company) MkIII and took one overall victory in an ALMS race in 1999 with a 4.0 liter Judd V-10 and Yokohama tires. The # 0 machine won the Road Atlanta race in April with Eric van de Poele and Domenico Schiattarella.

http://www.mulsannescorner.com/mkiiiraf.html
 
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