32767 view(s)The brand-new Corvette C6-R race car will debut at the 12 Hours of Sebring in March 2005 after a full year of rigorous testing and development. The two-car, factory-backed Chevrolet sports car program will compete in the production-based GT1 class (formerly GTS) of American Le Mans Series as well as the legendary 24 Hours of Le Mans in France, a race where the Corvette has won its class for three out of the past four years. The new race car is the most technically advanced sports car ever developed by General Motors, culling years of experience from the dominant Corvette C5-R as well as the advancements brought forth from the next-generation Corvette C6 and Z06 production models.
The same six drivers that piloted the C5-Rs to an historical undefeated season in 2004 will return to the track in 2005: Ron Fellows, Johnny O’Connell and Max Papis will drive the #3 Corvette C6-R and Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta and Jan Magnussen will drive the #4 Corvette C6-R.
Length 175.601 in | 4460.3 mm., Width 75.901 in | 1927.9 mm., Height 49.001 in | 1244.6 mm., Wheelbase 105.701 in | 2684.8 mm.
|Models for Corvette C6R
||Corvette C6 Compuserve
|Revell - Monogram
|#5 Carsport Carsport Holland 2007
| Participated in:
FIA/GT Spa 24hrs, Spa Francorchamps
Event: FIA GT Championship Round 6 Date: 28/07/2007
Track: Spa Francorchamps (B), 6.700 kms Distance: 24 hours Attendance: unknown
Corvette C6.R Class:GT1
Chassis: Chevrolet Corvette C6.R #002 (Pratt & Miller)
Engine: Chevrolet V8 7000cc
Colors: Yellow/ Red
Sponsors:Imvest, ACM, Sonax, Gant, H&R, Corvette
Driven by: Mike Hezemans (NL), Jean-Denis Deletraz (CH) Marcel Fassler (D), Fabrizio Gollin (I)
Result: 1st 532 laps best lap 2.16.974
Grid: 1st (2.14.554)
Photo's by: Motorsport.com Lucien Harmegnies