Wednesday, November 23, 2016

2016 SEMA REPORT - R1 Concepts C7 Corvette



C7 Custom Corvette built by ESCC Motorsports and Stage 7 at the 2016 SEMA event.
C7 Custom Corvette built by ESCC Motorsports and Stage 7 at the 2016 SEMA event.

Text and Photos By: Wayne Ellwood
Another radically modified C7 in the outdoor display was built by ESCC Motorsports and Stage 7. An owner name was not listed, but I presume it is a promotional car for ESCC Motorsports. The car has some very interesting Rotifort gold chrome 20” wheels, with Toyo Proxes tires, sized 275-30ZR- 20 (front) and 345-25ZR-20 (rear). Based on the stance and the use of Liberty Walk flares, we can also assume the car uses an air ride system. Regrettably, the paint was not exactly show quality, especially on the flares. More of the race touches included a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber rear valance panel (with added strakes for air management), and a roll cage. Severe window tinting prohibited any significant observation of interior features.


This C7 Corvette has some very interesting Rotifort gold chrome 20” wheels, with Toyo Proxes tires, sized 275-30ZR- 20 (front) and 345-25ZR-20 (rear).
This C7 Corvette has some very interesting Rotifort gold chrome 20” wheels, with Toyo Proxes tires, sized 275-30ZR- 20 (front) and 345-25ZR-20 (rear). 

Based on the stance and the use of Liberty Walk flares, we can also assume this Corvette uses an air ride system. More of the race touches included a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber rear valance panel (with added strakes for air management), and a roll cage.
Based on the stance and the use of Liberty Walk flares, we can also assume this Corvette uses an air ride system. More of the race touches included a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber rear valance panel (with added strakes for air management), and a roll cage. 

Based on the stance and the use of Liberty Walk flares, we can also assume this Corvette uses an air ride system. More of the race touches included a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber rear valance panel (with added strakes for air management), and a roll cage.
Based on the stance and the use of Liberty Walk flares, we can also assume this Corvette uses an air ride system. More of the race touches included a carbon fiber front splitter, carbon fiber rear valance panel (with added strakes for air management), and a roll cage. 

A radically modified C7 Corvette built by ESCC Motorsports and Stage 7. This C7 Corvette has some very interesting Rotifort gold chrome 20” wheels, with Toyo Proxes tires, sized 275-30ZR- 20 (front) and 345-25ZR-20 (rear).
A radically modified C7 Corvette built by ESCC Motorsports and Stage 7. This C7 Corvette has some very interesting Rotifort gold chrome 20” wheels, with Toyo Proxes tires, sized 275-30ZR- 20 (front) and 345-25ZR-20 (rear). 
Here is a list of displays that featured Corvettes (and a couple of extra ones):

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