Chevrolet Motorsports officials confirmed GT3.R priced from $735,000 USD, making it the most expensive Corvette ever to be sold by Chevrolet.

Chevy is currently working through a “team selection process” but was not ready to announce who any of those teams may be.
That said, early demand and interest for the Corvette Z06 GT3.R has been “triple or quadruple” what they were expecting.
Chevy has not taken any deposits yet, but will be prioritizing actual racers and race teams ahead of collectors and enthusiasts otherwise.
At the moment, Chevrolet has announced 20 units of the Corvette Z06 GT3.R, the homologation minimum for GT3.

Chevy plans to have four Corvette Z06 GT3.R entries with a mix of GTD PRO and privateer GTD teams next year starting with the 2024 Rolex 24.
In addition, two Corvette Z06 GT3.R cars will be bound for FIA WEC in hopes of a double entry in the yet-to-be-named GT category, which includes the unrivaled 24 Hours of Le Mans. In addition,

Chevrolet Motorsports will also be evaluating opportunities to be represented in SRO Motorsports, including SRO America and the Intercontinental GT Challenge. Specific team announcements including drivers are expected at a later date.

Per Chevrolet, Corvette Racing will field the FIA GT3-spec Corvette Z06 GT3.R in 2024 in both IMSA and the World Endurance Championship (WEC).
Built by Pratt & Miller from the aluminum chassis of a production Corvette Z06 plucked right from Bowling Green Assembly, the 2024 Corvette Z06 GT3.R will retire the C8.R after just three seasons of racing.

Moreover, the Corvette Z06 GT3.R will be offered to privateer customer teams, with full factory support, including the option to have a truck full of parts, engineering assistance from the factory team, as well as racing strategy.

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