Ever since the IMSA's United SportsCar Championship was established three years ago, Corvette has won the drivers', teams', and manufacturers' championship every year.
The Corvette is winning not only in the top Prototype class, but also in the GTLM class, which is the top GT racing class in the series. Speaking of the victories, the Chevrolet Racing team has added another win to their trophy collection.
With the championship having concluded this past weekend with the Petit Le Mans at Road Atlanta, the leaders were once again Corvettes. The Action Express Racing team won the Prototype class with the Corvette-powered Daytona prototype for the third consecutive year.
Though the team missed out on the overall championship to their teammates, Dane Cameron and Eric Curran, the defending championship drivers Barbosa and Fittipaldi won the endurance cup for the third consecutive year again.
Whichever way you look at it, Chevrolet and Action Express emerged as winners. Chevrolet also dominated the GTLM class.
Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner took top spots in the C7.R, including the teams' championship for Corvette Racing and the manufacturers' title for Chevrolet.