July 25, 2014 – IMSA Race Indianapolis Motor Speedway – Yep, that’s me!

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Car # 3 was chassis number C7RGT-003:

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Car # 4 was chassis number C7RGT-002:

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Summary from above
2014:
C7RGT-001 was not there
C7RGT-002 was 4
C7RGT-003 was 3

Facebook Post about, I assume, Le mans
2016:
C7RGT-001 was AAI 57
C7RGT-002 was Labre 50
C7RGT-003 crashed
C7RGT-004 was 64
C7RGT-005 was 63
C7RGT-006 was new spare

Many thanks to Nigel Scott Dobbie via Facebook Messenger
June 20, 2017
2016 Season:
C7RGT-005 was 3 and 63
C7RGT-004 was 4 and 64
2017 Season:
C7RGT-005 was 3 and 63
C7RGT-004 was damaged at fire at 2017 Roar
November 16, 2018 – The car present in China is C7.R chassis 004, a car that was the IMSA title-winning chassis in 2016, last seen in public at the Roar before the Rolex 24 Hours test back in 2017, that has not raced since! Picture at WEC 6hrs of Shanghai below:

C7RGT-006 was 4 and 64
C7RGT-004 was display car
2018:
– At Roar Before 24
Jan 6, 2018
C7RGT-007 was 3 and 63
“It is called Steve Williams in honor of our fallen Corvette Racing comrade.”


Marcel ten Caat – Rotterdam, The Netherlands
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Chassis numbers from the 2018 official “24H Le Mans Entry List”

63 – Chevrolet Corvette C7.R – #C7.RGT-007
64 – Chevrolet Corvette C7.R – #C7.RGT-006


Chassis numbers from the official “24H Le Mans Entry List 2019”

63 – Chevrolet Corvette C7.R – #C7.RGT-007
64 – Chevrolet Corvette C7.R – #C7.RGT-006


Take Home a Champion: Race-Winning Corvette C7.R
Up for Auction

C7RGT-003 Chassis Won Six Times, including Rolex 24 and Twelve Hours of Sebring in 2015

By Mark Robinson
February 25, 2021

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Fans of Corvette Racing, sports car aficionados and car collectors in general have an opportunity to take home a prized piece of the revered IMSA program’s history, with one of the fabled Corvette C7.R chassis currently up for auction on bringatrailer.com.

This 2014 Chevrolet Corvette is one of seven C7.R GT factory racing cars constructed by Pratt & Miller Engineering for endurance competition in the IMSA Tudor United SportsCar Championship series. After participating in two seasons, chassis #C7RGT-003 accumulated ten top-five finishes, including class victories at the 53rd Rolex 24 at Daytona and the 63rd Mobil 1 12 Hours of Sebring. The car was also campaigned by Chevrolet at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 2014 and 2015, and it later competed in the 2017 and 2019 HSR Classic 24 Hour at Daytona. Wearing its yellow and black livery from 2014–2015, the car is powered by a recently rebuilt 5.5-liter V8 paired with a six-speed sequential transaxle. Additional features include widened and lowered carbon-fiber bodywork as well a race-prepared cockpit, contemporary safety equipment, an AP Racing brake system, and 18″ BBS center-lock wheels. This C7.R race car was recently delivered from Pratt & Miller to the selling dealer for consignment, and it is now offered in California on a bill of sale with a dyno report, manufacturer documentation, and a spares package.

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