Anytime you get the chance to learn about the racing development of a car like the 2010 Corvette C6.R, you make the most out of it and try to watch as many videos about it as you can.

Corvette Racing is doing its part in allowing its fans an unprecedented access into the goings-on behind the development of the C6.R and its progress as it prepares for the first race of the 2010 American Le Mans Series at the Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring in a couple of weeks.

Divided into 12 parts, this video series, which you can access on Corvette’s Facebook page, chronicles the whole process behind the C6.R – from infancy to track testing – giving you a never-before-seen look at how Corvette tries to build the car that would stake them a Le Mans title.

We’ll be sure to update you as soon as new episodes come out of the pipeline. In the meantime, check out the video series’ trailer so that you’ll know what to expect from this series.


Source: Chevrolet

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  (325) posted on 03.11.2010

Amazing. All those computers and man power to create just one unit is amazing. I wonder though on how much those workers actually earn with these kinds of jobs. I mean it is a difficult job and if it were me, I’d be pressured and honored at the same time to be working on one of the finest cars of the country.

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