Muscle cars are usually the domain of American gearheads, but this Corvette art car was actually created by a French artist for a French racing team. Larbre Competition is a GT racing outfit that has a history campaigning Corvettes, and it commissioned street artist Ramzi Adek to give its 2017 Le Mans entry a unique livery.
Adek lived in the U.S. for a bit and loved the art style of superhero comic books, and thus this one-of-a-kind Corvette art car was born. The influence of American comic books is evident in this 'Vette's livery, from the DayGlo colors to the wording featured on it. The Corvette art car will be on the track when the 2017 Le Mans endurance race kicks off June 17th.
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