Our favorite factory racing team has been on a tear in the TUDOR Championship’s GT Le Mans (GTLM) class this season with the new Corvette Racing C7.R and drivers Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen currently enjoy a healthy points lead with the No. 3 C7.R. But the weekend saw the team’s four-race winning streak in TUDOR action end at Indianapolis Motor Speedway — an inaugural showing for Corvette Racing.
Magnussen had the No. 3 Corvette Racing C7.R was running in the top-five before he was hit by a slower car and spun just past the 20-minute mark, dropping as far back as tenth. Garcia rotated with the Dane at the 53-minute mark, where he passed teammate Oliver Gavin in the No. 4 C7.R for a fourth-place finish.
As Garcia and Magnussen continue to enjoy their points lead in the GTLM class, Chevrolet continues to enjoy its manufacturer points lead. The next event for Corvette Racing is Aug. 10 from Road America in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.