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Video Finds: Tuned Corvette ZR1, Nissan GT-R, Gallardo Do Battle

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The Russian speed junkies over at DragTimes have posted a trio of new videos in the past couple of days, pitting giants such as the Chevrolet Corvette ZR1, Lamborghini Gallardo, and Nissan GT-R against one another for our enthusiast viewing pleasure in both quarter mile and mile-long runs. The latest video puts a Switzer-tuned 850-hp Nissan ...

Chevrolet Scores Partnership With Manchester United Soccer Team

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To help meet international brand-awareness goals, Chevrolet will serve as the Manchester United soccer team’s official automotive partner for five years, it was announced this week. The Detroit automaker will focus on bringing the game closer to soccer fans through its sponsorship. “Manchester United has some of the most passionate supporters of any sporting club in ...

Video Find: Corvette Racing Takes You Behind the Scenes at 12 Hours of Sebring

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Corvette Racing earned two podium finishes in the Mobil 1 Twelve Hours of Sebring for the American Le Mans Series GT class in March. In this Video Find, Corvette Racing shares exciting highlights and near disappointment from the season opener while it prepares for the 24 Hours of Le Mans starting June 16. Corvette Racing program ...

Cruze No More: Chevrolet Camaro SS Becomes WTCC Pace Car

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The Chevrolet Camaro has just arrived in Europe and already it’s making a big splash – especially in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC) community. The first customer Camaro was sold to WTCC driver Rob Huff two weeks ago, and today Chevrolet has announced that the Camaro will be the official pace car for the ...

Report: Opel Holding Back GM Stock – What Should GM Do With European Operations?

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Though GM’s done a good job picking up the pieces of its 2009 bankruptcy in the U.S. market, the company is still struggling in Europe.For years, GM’s European operations have been plagued with financial problems, posting a $747 million loss last year and losing $1.76 billion in 2010. A report from Forbes suggests ailing European ...