MECF_728x90_top

Collapse

Announcement

Collapse
1 of 2 < >

Tremec TR-9007 DCT For The C8? C7’s Ending & C8’s Beginnings: Possible Options. ME’s Infotainment System Capabilities and Components

2 of 2 < >

Wish To Change Your Forum Name? Bob Lutz on C8 vs C7 Pricing; ME’s LT2 Engine Technology Enhancments!

It is easy to change your forum name. Retain your post count. Please PM “John.”
Chazcron’s Renders of Today:https://www.midenginecorvetteforum.c...w-gif-and-ones
C8 Just A Little More: https://www.midenginecorvetteforum.c...on-for-version
See more
See less

New 2019 C7.R Livery

Collapse
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • New 2019 C7.R Livery

    Originally posted by CorvetteBlogger
    Corvette Racing Livery for 2019 Shows Three Consecutive Championship Trophies

    By
    Keith Cornett
    -
    Jan 4, 2019
    841
    Save

    [PIC] Corvette Racing Livery for 2019 Shows Three Consecutive Championship Trophies
    Photo Credit: Tommy Milner / Instagram

    This weekend is the Roar Before the 24 where IMSA teams descend on Daytona International Speedway to begin testing for the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona and the 2019 IMSA WeatherTech Championship Series.

    Corvette Racing brought their C7.Rs to the track this weekend and as always we like to see if there are any changes to the racing livery for the year.

    For the 2018 campaign, Corvette Racing was sporting a “20 Years” sticker in celebration of the team’s 20th anniversary of IMSA racing while a Red, White and Blue “Jake” was featured on the hood. For 2019, it looks like that same Jake graphic is back, but instead of the “20 Years” sticker, Corvette Racing is showing a new graphic featuring the three Driver’s Championships the team has accrued from 2016-2018.

    Corvette C7.R driver Tommy Milner shared this photo on Friday showcasing the new graphic.

    Corvette Racing announced earlier this week that its full contingent of drivers have returned for the 2019 series with Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia driving full time in the No. 3 C7.R with Mike Rockenfeller serving as third driver in the 24-hour race. For the No. 4 C7.R, Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner will once again be joined with Marcel Fässler.

    It’s no secret that Corvette Racing will have its work cut out for them in 2019. But as always, we know the team will be well-prepared and ready to go for the drop of the Green Flag to start the series on Saturday, January 26th.

    Source:
    Tommy Milner / Instagram


    https://www.corvetteblogger.com/2019...ship-trophies/

    Click image for larger version  Name:	8940BF81-8C9C-4597-BB38-260EEC7A03F8.jpeg Views:	1 Size:	427.7 KB ID:	21575
    Last edited by John; 01-06-2019, 01:04 PM. Reason: Great thread Plasboy; added picture here for ease of viewing.
    There is a madness to my method!

    2015 Z06 Torch/adrenaline
    2001 coupe Torch/oak R8C
    79 coupe Silver/oyster
    All one owner
    Museum lifetime members

  • #2
    Love it!!!

    Comment


    • #3
      Thanks John.
      There is a madness to my method!

      2015 Z06 Torch/adrenaline
      2001 coupe Torch/oak R8C
      79 coupe Silver/oyster
      All one owner
      Museum lifetime members

      Comment


      • #4
        The “Made In America” theme is nicely displayed in this front end photo thanks to Richard Dole/IMSA racing. I just love the “American Made” part of the 2019 livery — in the rear fascia as shown in Plasboy’s OP.

        Click image for larger version

Name:	1CAC0D38-8954-40AE-8F46-41CCA9AC8D08.jpeg
Views:	1
Size:	50.0 KB
ID:	21709


        Excited owners of a 2015 Z06. Lifetime, annual contributors, and 20 year members of NCM. A ME C8 Corvette is coming next.

        Comment

        MECF_728x90_bottom

        Collapse
        Working...
        X