I have to agree, why does the ALMS think this is fair racing. Did they handicap the "Viper" when Corvette was new to the series? "No". The Corvette team just learned to make their car faster. If the "Pro-drive" guys would figure out their own car they could get faster without help. "Free the C6R!"
--- Mike Gilmore from unknown on 10.14.2006 at 1:57PM
After we kick their ass you can call them Aston Smartin'
--- Rx from unknown on 10.14.2006 at 2:55PM
Huh? The P&M C5-Rs were widened by 3 inches and got an extra liter of displacement over the production C5. was that fair to the Viper GTS-Rs?
--- mike from or on 04.15.2007 at 1:20AM
Yea.... Thats why its GT1- Highly modified not GT2- Lightly modified
--- Ron from unknown on 04.24.2007 at 2:37PM
Thats why I say the AM guys never thanked their biggets sponsor, the ALMS. The penalties on the Vettes was the only way they could hang. Really something to be proud of, huh. As far as the Vipers, they ran away instead of facing the challenge like the Vette team has. Remember that. When Ron Fellows scared them so bad at Daytona they could see the hand writing on the wall and left the sport. Nice legacy. When the racing got tough, they quit.
--- Powell from Virginia on 01.12.2008 at 8:51AM
i'm agreeing to all especially Powell. Viper ran away and went to a lower class of racing to where they could keep there cars competative with there wieght in that car. CORVETTE ROCKS!!!
--- ricer killer from Minnesota on 02.20.2008 at 2:31PM
Last comment: i'm agreeing to all especially Powell. Viper ran away and went to a lower class of racing to where they could keep there cars competative with there wieght in that car. CORVETTE ROCKS!!! --- ricer killer from Minnesota on 02.20.2008 at 2:31PM