After Tommy Milner's early morning crash in the No.64 C7.R during the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Corvette Racing now turns to rebuilding mode ahead of the Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen.

Luckily Milner was uninjured in the crash, and according to Sportscar365, the No.64 did not sustain any chassis damage--unlike the situation they found themselves in after last years event when the No.63 was unsalvageable.

In 2015 the team was forced to borrow the C7.R they had given to Larbre Competition to run in GTE-Am in order to complete their IMSA commitments.

Le Mans was tough on the team, but now their focus shifts back to the WeatherTech Championship where the team leads the GTLM team and drivers championships on the back of their Daytona and Sebring sweep early in the year.