As the Pratt and Miller team prepare the Corvettes for tomorrow's Le Mans 24 hour race the team met with fans. A video crew was there to talk with the six drivers as they prepare themselves for the battle in the greatest endurance race.
There's one rookie on the team. Jordan Taylor was 10 years old when he first visited Le Mans to watch his father Wayne Taylor race. Now 11 years later, Taylor, a college student from Florida, is returning to Le Mans – not as a spectator, but as a driver teamed with Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia, both former winners, in the No. 73 Compuware Corvette C6.R.
The No. 74 Compuware Corvette C6.R will be driven by Richard Westbrook, Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner. Milner who got his first victory with Corvette Racing last year says "Things always change in racing, but this year the team has taken the biggest step since the transition from the GT1 class to GT. The good news is that it's still a Corvette, and we've seen in the first three rounds of the American Le Mans Series that we're competitive."
Remember to tune in tomorrow morning, stating at 8.30am EDT, to watch the 24-hour race live from start to finish on Speed TV and speed.com. Plus, check back for live updates and photos from the track.
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