If you’re a fan of IndyCar, you know that this year’s Grand Prix of Baltimore wasn’t exactly a seamless event. In fact, it almost wasn’t an event at all until Michael Andretti’s Andretti Sports Marketing agreed to take over the organization and promotion of the event, just 112 days before its running. Even then, there were issues with the course. In an effort to increase the speed down the front straight, a chicane used for the 2011 running was removed; while this allowed more speed into turn one, it also created a problem with IndyCar drivers getting airborne as...
GM reveals Corvette ZR1-based C6.R GT2 race car
The Corvette C6.R GT1 car had its last hurrah at the Long Beach leg of the American Le Mans Series GT1 championship, but today General Motors unveiled the car that will be replacing it - the C6.R GT2, based on the Corvette ZR1. With the season half over already, Corvette Racing will be using the...Nelson Ireson