Second and third for Compuware Corvettes; Gavin and Milner regain drivers’ title lead
Garcia, Magnussen look for ALMS GT drivers’ title at end of 1,000-mile enduro.
Tied for manufacturer lead after 2 Rounds.
Top-five positions for both Compuware Corvettes on crowded streets of Baltimore.
Magnussen eighth in GT; Milner ninth following spin on oil slick
Chevrolet, Corvette bring driver, team and manufacturer championship lead to COTA debut.
Next steps toward title defenses in ALMS
Oliver Gavin will again team with Tommy Milner this year and Antonio Garcia will team with Jan Magnussen for tomorrow’s race.
Corvette Racing produced a 1-2 finish at the six-hour American Le Mans Series at Monterey last year as Gavin and Milner bounced back from a troubled pit stop to finish 3.45 seconds ahead of Magnussen and Garcia.
The drivers take on road-racing's equivalent of a bull ring, but with more ups and downs than the stock market.
No. 3 Compuware Corvette C6.R with Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia qualified fourth for tomorrow’s race.
The #3 Corvette of Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia leads both championships.
Hard crash for Magnussen but No. 3 Compuware Corvette will be ready to race.
Oliver’s focus now turns 100% towards the 24 Hours of Le Mans in France.
Oliver Gavin:"Now we look towards Baltimore which is always fun – more street fighting to stay at the top!”