Chevrolet Motorsports is on a mission — one with a greater purpose that elevates why we race in every series in which we compete. It’s about experimenting and taking risks. Learning from failure, the same way we learn from success. We’re looking past the finish line. Relentlessly striving to achieve more than a shelf lined with trophies. That mission? To continually explore what’s possible between man and machine.
Simply put, NASCAR is the premier form of elite stock car racing. And since its inception, Chevrolet has been the choice of many prominent drivers. The past few years have been no different, with Jimmie Johnson taking home his sixth straight Drivers’ Championship powered by the brand-new Chevrolet SS Racecar.
Talent and power. Drive and innovation. Bravery and endurance. These are the essentials needed to compete and win in IndyCar racing. And if you don’t think it takes guts to get in the cockpit of an extremely lightweight, open-wheeled machine and push it to its limits for hours on end, then you don’t know what guts are.
This year, we’re competing in the newly formed United SportsCar Championship Series. And while the name is new, it’s really just a union of the legendary American Le Mans Series and the GRAND-AM Rolex Series. Nothing else changes. Master craftsmanship and tireless effort from the drivers and crew remain.
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