• Corvette Racing, Sebring Test, February 16-18, 2010, C6.R #3 driven by Jan Magnussen, C6.R #4 driven by Oliver Gavin, and a 2010 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 driven by Johnny O'Connell at Sebring International Raceway(Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing's next-generation C6.R will make its racing debut August 6-8, 2009 in the American Le Mans Series event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The next-generation C6.R, which will race in the GT2 category, is based on the Corvette ZR1 supercar. The updated C6.R utilizes the ZR1's body design, aerodynamic package, aluminum frame and chassis structure, steering system, windshield, and other components. C6.R #3 will be driven by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia. C6.R #4 will be driven by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Marcel Fassler (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing's next-generation C6.R will make its racing debut August 6-8, 2009 in the American Le Mans Series event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The next-generation C6.R, which will race in the GT2 category, is based on the Corvette ZR1 supercar. The updated C6.R utilizes the ZR1's body design, aerodynamic package, aluminum frame and chassis structure, steering system, windshield, and other components. X09MO_CH143
  • Corvette Racing's next-generation C6.R will make its racing debut August 6-8, 2009 in the American Le Mans Series event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The next-generation C6.R, which will race in the GT2 category, is based on the Corvette ZR1 supercar. The updated C6.R utilizes the ZR1's body design, aerodynamic package, aluminum frame and chassis structure, steering system, windshield, and other components. C6.R #3 will be driven by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia. C6.R #4 will be driven by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Marcel Fassler (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing, American Le Mans Series, Petit Le Mans, Road Atlanta, Braselton, Georgia USA, September 26, 2009, C6.R #3 driven by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia, C6.R #4 driven by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Marcel Fassler (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo). X09MO_CH207 Media Use Only.
  • Corvette Racing, American Le Mans Series, Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio USA, August 8, 2009, C6.R #3 driven by Johnny O'Connell and Jan Magnussen, C6.R #4 driven by Oliver Gavin and Olivier Beretta (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing's next-generation C6.R will make its racing debut August 6-8, 2009 in the American Le Mans Series event at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The next-generation C6.R, which will race in the GT2 category, is based on the Corvette ZR1 supercar. The updated C6.R utilizes the ZR1's body design, aerodynamic package, aluminum frame and chassis structure, steering system, windshield, and other components. C6.R #3 will be driven by Johnny O'Connell, Jan Magnussen, and Antonio Garcia. C6.R #4 will be driven by Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta, and Marcel Fassler (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing Next-Generation C6.R. This CFD study visualizes surface vortices and the resulting turbulence as the GT2 Corvette C6.R moves through the air. Airflow around the wheel openings and the wing is highly turbulent as indicated by the blue wakes, while the airflow over the roof is relatively undisturbed (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing Next-Generation C6.R. The streamlines in this CFD (computational fluid dynamics) study illustrate the airflow around the body of the GT2 version of the Corvette C6.R (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing Next-Generation C6.R. This CFD graphic shows areas of high and low pressure on the GT2 Corvette C6.R body. Red on the front fascia, sideview mirrors and wing indicates high pressure; blue on the roof and fenders indicates areas of low pressure (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).
  • Corvette Racing Next-Generation C6.R. Airflow through the front brakes and radiator is shown in this CFD graphic. Brake cooling air exits the front wheels and travels along the side of the car while radiator cooling air moves over the roof and under the wing (Richard Prince/GM Racing Photo).


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