Chevrolet Corvette Racing revealed today the second episode from their 12-part mini documentary. While thefirst episode covered the team’s final moments of the 2009 Laguna Seca race, the second episode takes us on an in-depth look at the team’s performance during the first race of the ALMS season at the 12 Hours of Sebring.

The Corvette Racing team began the race weekend on a track known for its high speeds, changing surfaces and a total of 17 turns. The promising weekend made a turn for the worse after a dramatic collision between the two Corvette C.6 R’s during what was supposed to be a mandatory pit stop. The resulting carnage effectively took both Corvette’s out of the picture where they ended up finishing eight and ninth, respectively.

The episode also features exclusive post-collision interviews from the Corvette crew chief, Dan Binks, team owner Gary Pratt and program director, Doug Fehan and a new exclusive angle of the crash not yet released.

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5 comments:

  (461) posted on 03.28.2010

As any successful team does though, they are planning to review the event and learn from their mistakes hopefully to ensure they it won’t happen again. I’d be willing to bet that the second round will be a whole different ball game for Corvette.

  (345) posted on 03.26.2010

This is a dirt for the reputation of hummer! I really don’t understand why this kind of people hate the hummer so much.

  (345) posted on 03.26.2010

Pretty sure that the ’vettes will perform their best to win this race competition. Let’s not hope that their drivers don’t screw up.

  (780) posted on 03.26.2010

Accidents happens in races but if it is because of bad interaction and communication between the crew and racers, then it is not an accident but a mistake. I have seen the video and it such a heartbreaking thing to see. O well, good luck for the next race.

  (364) posted on 03.25.2010

Top level performance was already shown by the team ’vettes. I hope it will win over the their rival porsche.

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