Corvette aims to bounce back at The Glen after Le Mans disaster

After locking out the GTE Pro-class front row, the General Motors-owned brand suffered a race to forget in the 90th running of the French sportscar classic, with its lead #64 C8.R contender taken out by an errant LMP2 car while at the front of the field with six hours to run.
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