Corvette Racing

Author: David Kimble
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760343438
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For Corvette and racing fans, this book is the definitive word on Corvette’s nearly 60 years of competition. From the very beginning, Chevrolet’s Corvette existed for one reason and one reason only: to go racing.

Corvette Racing

Author: Nigel Dobbie
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781906236373
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This is the story of all C5R and C6R Corvettes produced by Pratt & Miller engineering, as raced initially by Corvette Racing and subsequently by privateer teams.

Corvette

Author: Mike Mueller, Bob Woods
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781610608947
Size: 79.77 MB
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Whether they're members of Chevrolet's official Corvette racing team or private
owners turned weekend daredevils, those drivers are proud to have the famous
crossed-flags emblem on their all-American race car. The very first Corvettes,
though "sports cars" by the street definition, didn't have enough guts to compete
at the track. The six-cylinder, 1 50-horsepower engine and two-speed automatic
transmission simply couldn't keep up with the higher-powered European racers.

Corvette Grand Sport

Author: Dave Friedman Lowell C. Paddock
Publisher:
ISBN: 161060900X
Size: 33.80 MB
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It was in early 1 963 that I first heard about the Corvette that Zora Arkus-Duntov (
ailed (he "Lightweight." Of course, it wasn't my first experience with racing
Corvettes. As a junior at Lehigh University, I took my Jaguar XK 120 down to
Hauser Chevrolet in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and traded ii in for a new red-and
-whhe '57 roadster with all the competition equipment I could get, including a 4.5ft
rear axle and a fuel-injected 283. With that car I began my rati ng career. I took it
to hillclimbs ...

Corvette Restoration Guide 1968 1982

Author: Richard Prince
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781610609043
Size: 73.45 MB
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The following year, 1956, marked the beginning of Corvette's racing legacy, and
the following year brought such high-performance options as fuel injection, a
heavy-duty brake and suspension package, and four-speed transmission. With
the introduction of the awesome Sting Ray in 1963, the Corvette's reputation for
world-class performance was upheld with features such as independent rear
suspension, fuel injection, racing brakes and suspension, and the Positraction
rear axle.

Corvette

Author: Randy Leffingwell
Publisher: Motorbooks International
ISBN: 0760346631
Size: 42.51 MB
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Production of coupes (at 8,504) consistently trailed convertibles (at 14,436). Base
prices, still with the 300-horsepower V-8 and three-speed manual, rose to
$4,240.75 for the open cars and $4,388.75 for the coupes. Air conditioning had
come down $9.20 from introduction in 1963, to $412.90, and up considerably in
popularity, with 2,235 coupes and 1,553 convertibles manufactured with the
climate system for a total of 3,788 of all Corvette production. RACING ENGINES
Again, the big ...

Middletown Pacemakers

Author: Ron Roberson
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
ISBN: 1439630070
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THE ELUSIVE CORVETTE Earnie and Harold Barnes began racing their 1961
Corvette in the mid 60s on a limited budget, putting money into performance first
and amenities later. They flat towed the car with a tow bar at first until they could
afford a trailer. One evening Earnie was driving them home from a meet at
Lexington in their Chevy pickup truck, which sported a matching maroon paint job
that mirrored the Corvette race car. They were passing through a small town
when they ...