2014 is set to be a big year for Corvette Racing. After netting its 10th American Le Mans Series Championship in 15 years this past season, the team has big expectations to live up to upon entering the new Tudor United Sports Car Championship.
In addition to the new race series, which is the result of a merger between ALMS and the Rolex Sports Car Series, Corvette Racing gets a brand new machine to race in, the C7.R. And while we eagerly anticipate the 24 hours of Daytona in January where the C7.R will make its official racing debut, the team is testing the Pratt & Miller-managed cars at Sebring International Raceway.
That camouflage we’ve seen time and time again is still around, but the car looks more race-ready than ever before, complete with numbers and red-painted wing mirrors for regulation. All that seems to be missing are the sponsorships and Jake — the Corvette Racing mascot.