BOWLING GREEN, Kentucky – General Motors and Corvette Racing have retired the famed C7.R GTLM racer and have introduced the new-for-2020 C8.R, a controversial mid-engine machine.  Honoring the C7.R, Corvette and GM have decided to turn to sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum into a tomb for all IMSA-driven C7.R race cars.  “We wanted to honor the great C7.R” said Corvette Racing Boss Doug Fehan, “With most of its fans also being buried in the near future, we thought using the sinkhole as a tomb would be a nice touch for all.”