Corvette Racing Uses 3D Measurement to Maximize Manufacturing Efficiencies
To Maximize Manufacturing Efficiencies in Preparation for 24 Hours of Le Mans Race
LE MANS, FRANCE — FARO congratulated Pratt & Miller Engineering and Corvette Racing on their in class win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans Race, the world’s oldest active endurance sports car race that took place June 13-14 in Le Mans, France.
Corvette’s drivers, Oliver Gavin, Tommy Milner and Jordan Taylor, completed 337 laps for 2,864.50 miles in the No. 64 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R. The team went up against multiple competitors but ultimately took the GTE Pro category win in the last five laps of the race — contributing to Corvette’s eighth Le Mans victory.
Pratt & Miller has built a world-class racing brand with their Corvette racing program and has dominated Grand Touring racing worldwide. Over the years, Pratt & Miller has trusted FARO’s fast, high-precision 3D measurement solutions to maximize efficiencies and improve processes. Pratt & Miller Co-founder Gary Pratt adds, “We use FARO to design, construct, and analyze virtual components, CFD, systems, and complete cars — every facet of a project from initial conception to the finished product.”
To learn how Pratt & Miller has used 3D Measurement Technology, such as the FARO Edge ScanArm HD, to prepare for the Grand Prix of Endurance and Efficiency, click here to download a case study.