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Corvette Greenwood IMSA Prototype

GM Corvette Racing Derivative. In the 1970’s, John Greenwood was a well known american racing driver and specialist for preparing his cars, mostly Corvette. With the advent of American IMSA prototype racing series, John Greenwood prepared a radical project based on steel ladder frame, Corvette modified engine and running gears; the body was made of fiberglass with a shape recalling main Corvette features. In 1976, John Greenwood and Dick Smoothers won 12 Hours of Sebring at the wheel of the Corvette Greenwood IMSA recalled “Spirit of Sebring”. Modified engine could produce over 700 cv and allowed top speed of 320km/h. The car weighted 1630 kg in race running condition. The IMSA prototype eventually made great show at 1976 24 Hours Le Mans but the engine failed to run the distance.

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CORVETTE GREENWOOD IMSA Prototype
CORVETTE GREENWOOD IMSA Prototype
CORVETTE GREENWOOD IMSA Prototype
CORVETTE GREENWOOD IMSA Prototype

 

 

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