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Now that C7-R is done, how will C8R do next racing season

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  • Now that C7-R is done, how will C8R do next racing season

    Amazing change of front right brake and tires in 35 seconds this morning at LeMans. Now that C7R race year is ending, how do you feel about Corvettes chances with the new C8R next year?

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    We are competing against the very best, and despite lots of testing, it will be very difficult to be at the top in year one. Nevertheless, IMO, Corvette racing will pull out some wins in the C8.R even in year one. How many? We will have to watch next season to count. Good thing we have more than a few fingers.
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      Let's hope the C8R does well. Should help future sales if it can roll out of the barn kicking some rear. Hopefully no more driving into the walls with the whole new platform.
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        Thought it’s interesting to hear that Goodyear is re-entering International Sports Car Racing

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          Originally posted by vossenator View Post
          Amazing change of front right brake and tires in 35 seconds this morning at LeMans. Now that C7R race year is ending, how do you feel about Corvettes chances with the new C8R next year?
          Looks to be competitive, from the testing videos

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