Although General Motors said that it would end its factory-sponsored 

Corvette Racing endeavors at the end of the 2023 racing season, it does not imply that it 

abandoning its 'Vette racing endeavors entirely. Actually, by giving up on its factory squad

GM is able to concentrate more on its customer racing program. Information 

About the Corvette's racing future was just made public in a Daily Sportscar story.

The Corvette Z06 GT3.R, a mid-engine racing car that is Chevy's first vehicle

completely complying with the technical specifications specified by the FIA for its GT3 category, 

 the Corvette Racing legacy that will carry on. Eight racing vehicles are now anticipated 

, four in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, and three in the FIA LMGT3

Our desired plan has been to launch in 2024 with four cars 

racing in IMSA – two in GTD Pro and two in GTD – two cars in the WEC and two in SRO America,"

" said Laura Wontrop Klauser, Manager of GM Sports Car Racing.