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The Chevrolet Corvette C7R is an ultimate grand tourer racing vehicle designed by Pratt and Miller and Ford for sports car racing in endurance races. It's a direct replacement for the old-school Corvettes, with the new generation Corvette C7R as its base. The C7R was the third model of the brand and is designed to compete on high-performance tracks.

The C7R is built on the latest generation of Ford 'Mustang'. Unlike the previous models, it features four-wheel drive, a larger rear diffuser to improve stability, a larger air cooler, revised suspension geometry and a complete overhaul of the bodywork. Its new body is fashioned after the shape of the Ferrari F12 TCA. The C7R has the highest horsepower output of any production model, thanks to the powerful, twin-turbocharged V-8 engine.

The body of the C7R has been carefully aerodynamicized to improve drag and lift. The front bumper is raised from its normal position and features a modified diffuser which directs air to the lower part of the car. A venturi system in the front fender directs the exhaust to the lower vents, where the airflow is then directed to the underbody via vents. The rear bumper has also been lowered slightly and is set higher than its height in relation to the side skirts.

Under the hood, the new turbocharged C7R features the same two twin-turbocharged EcoBoost engines as the previous models, with the exception of the single intercooler that connects the engines. This is to reduce weight, which is further reduced by the removal of the traditional radiator. The engines have been tuned to run on less fuel and use more power to give a better performance.

As with all modern day sports cars, the C7R has its own racing team. It competes in many of the most prestigious races in North America and Europe, like the Nürburgring and the Spa Francorchamps. The C7R also participates in the Daytona 24hr race and also goes onto the Olympic Games for endurance events like the Touring Car.

There are several other models of Corvettes to choose from, all of which are equally as fast and dependable. In general, it is suggested that the C7R be used to compete in road-racing events, since it is more responsive and offers better control over corners. in terms of turning radius. It's best suited to use in stock-class racing, but you'll get a much better handling experience if you decide to go for track-day racing, or even street racing for that matter.

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