Corvette Racing have revealed their 6 Hours of Shanghai livery ahead of their one-off FIA World Endurance Championship entry later this month.
Keeping up a trend they have had since the 6 Hours of Silverstone in August, Ginetta have once again taken their sole LMP1 car off the entry list for next month’s 6 Hours of Shanghai.
Nick Tandy, Frederic Makowiecki and Patrick Pilet closed out the season with victory at Road Atlanta, while Corvette Racing duo Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia secured a second consecutive title despite finishing down in eighth.
Extreme Speed Motorsports and Mazda Team Joest were fastest in practices three and four at Road Atlanta, Corvette finished 1-2 in GT Le Mans in both sessions, while Mercedes and Audi customers topped GT Daytona.
Jordan Taylor in the Wayne Taylor-run Cadillac took overall pole with two British driver securing honours in GTLM and GTD in California.
Richard Westbrook and Ryan Briscoe won a hard-fought GT Le Mans victory in their Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GT, having clashed with a GTD Ferrari and Nick Tandy’s Porsche 911 to grab the win in the closing moments.
Ford GT took victory in Lime Rock Park following a late-race error by Jan Magnussen while lapping traffic
Antonio Garcia delivered a stunning lap to take pole position for the Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock
A perfectly timed pit stop sends #67 Ford GT of Briscoe, Westbrook to victory at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP)
It was a clean sweep for Ford at Watkins Glen International. The Ford Chip Ganassi dominance was no surprise with the team entering the weekend with the most Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen victories among the entries with a total of five, including a GTLM victory at the track in 2016.
As the clock counts down to the first session of race week at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, we take a look at the GTE Pro class which looks set to be a fierce battle between Ford, Porsche, Ferrari, Aston Martin and BMW.
The GT Le Mans battle was as exciting as ever at Long Beach, but honours went the way of Corvette Racing, with Oliver Gavin securing his fiftieth win since joining the outfit back in 2002.
Filipe Albuquerque leads the after the first hour of the 2018 Rolex 24 at Daytona after jumping pole sitter Renger van der Zande during the first pit-stops. In GTLM Ford dominant the first hour.
Doug Fehan believes Corvette Racing are in a good position heading into the Rolex 24 at Daytona this weekend to fight for GT Le Mans class honours.
Felipe Nasr set fastest time in the Roar Before the 24 qualifying session as Cadillac continued their domination of the test by locking out the top four places in the final session.