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Bob Grossman in action at the 1960 24 Hours of Le Mans with a C1 Corvette entered by Briggs Cunningham. Grossman and John Fitch were winners of the GT 5.0-liter class, eighth overall behind a bunch of Ferrari 250s, and a single Aston Martin DBR1/300.
A Dana Chevrolet-entered Corvette driven by Bob Bondurant and Dick Gullstrand at the pits in 1967. Note the chief steward's Ferrari 330GT parked in front.
1968, Henri Greder and Umberto Maglioli giving it their best. Neither of the two Corvettes entered finished that year.
The Corvette ZL1 of Henri Greder-Jean and Pierre Rouget in 1970. They did not classify because they couldn't cover the minimum required distance.
Chasing a Ferrari 512M onto the Mulsanne Straight, another failed attempt in 1971 due to transmission failure.
What a machine! In 1972, Bob Johnson and Dave Heinz came fifteenth overall.
Corvette Racing's second year at Le Mans, in 2000, with the C5-R finishing eleventh place overall.
2001, LMGTS class win with Ron Fellows, Scott Pruett and Johnny O'Connell.
The black livery didn't work out in 2003, as the Corvettes got beaten by the Ferrari 550 GTS.
But the score was settled in 2004, when Oliver Gavin, Olivier Beretta and Jan Magnussen gave Corvette Racing its third victory at Le Mans.
The loudest cars around Le Mans in 2006 were the Corvette C6.Rs. And winners of GT1, for the second time.
Talk about a tough qualifying in 2007.
The Mulasanne Straight with Oliver Gavin's Corvette in 2010.
Chased by a 458 in 2012.
2014, another year favoring the Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 in LMGTE Pro.
But 2015 gave Corvette Racing its crown back.
Unfortunately for Chevy, 2016 was Ford's year.
But the Corvettes didn't give up without a fight.
While privateers went wild with their liveries, Corvette Racing kept chasing the Astons, Ferraris and Fords. Good enough for sixth in class.