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Corvette Today Podcast: Latest Corvette News And Headlines

Things are starting to heat up about the new C8 Z06! And CORVETTE TODAY covers it all in this News & Headlines episode. Here are some of the topics you'll hear about ...
1. Final stats for the 2021 model year C8 Corvette
2. Nearly half of the C8.R IMSA Edition C8’s are already sold
3. 2022 C8 Configurator is now live
4. The C8 was the 2nd fastest selling new car in August 2021
5. Consumer Reports declines to recommend the 2021 C8 Corvette
6. 2021 C8 tops its class in the JD Power APEAL Study
7. A Nurburgring video captures 2023 C8 Z06 with unofficial track time
8. We have video evidence that the C8 Z06 will also come in an HTC
9. Did we see the reveal colors on the last teaser video for the C8 Z06?
10. Another Easter Egg discovery on the C8 Z06 “Save the Date” video
11. Spy photos of the C8 E-ray confirm it’s a performance hybrid
12. New Zealand about to get their right-hand drive C8 Corvettes
13. The C8 Z06 might break 3 production V8 records
14. Chevrolet has officially quit making the LT5 engine with 755 hp

This is a long list of topics, and it's not everything that's covered in this episode of the CORVETTE TODAY podcast.

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    Corvette C7.R Could Keep Racing Under French Team Larbre Competition

    by Sam McEachern
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    With Corvette Racing expected to retire the Corvette C7.R at the end of this season and switch to a new car based on the mid-engine Corvette C8, we predicted this year’s running of the 24 Hours of Le Mans would be the car’s last.

    A front-engine Corvette may continue to race from 2020 and beyond, however, if rumors in the FIA World Endurance Championship paddock are correct.

    According to Sportscar 365, French outfit Larbre Competition may race the Corvette C7.R in the GTE Am class for the FIA WEC’s upcoming 2019-2020 season. The team previously fielded a single Corvette C7.R in the GTE Am category in 2015, 2016 and 2017, but switched to the LMP2 class for 2018 and 2019.

    Corvette Racing team boss Doug Fehan would not say if this would be the C7.R’s last appearance at Le Mans when asked by Sportscar 365, telling the publication the General Motors factory team was “looking forward to that ninth victory at Le Mans with the C7.R.”
    There is a madness to my method!

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  • #2
    Larbre is a class act. They would do a great job with the C7.R’s. I sure hope that happens. Thanks Plasboy for finding/posting!
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    • #3
      it would be interesting to see both the mid engine and the front engine Corvette at the 24 competing