Compuware racing drives precision performance, technological innovation to the finish line
Compuware Corporation is known for performance, technological innovation and speed, and customers can see this horsepower and competitive spirit firsthand through the Compuware Corvette Racing Team, competing in the American Le Mans Series.
Compuware continues to partner with General Motors and its Corvette racing program and is fielding two teams in the GT2 class of the American Le Mans Series in 2012. The series, which will feature 9 events in the United States and Canada, combines high-performance, high-tech automobiles, durability and focus. The Compuware name and logo can be seen prominently on the C6.R racecars, driver and team uniforms, team equipment and facility signage.
"Partnering with GM and Corvette to create the Compuware Corvette Racing program is a great way to reach our best customers with the Compuware story," said Pete Karmanos, Jr., founder and Chairman of Compuware. "Racing is a lot like software application development. Most of the engineering, innovation and strategy happen behind the scenes. Just as we help companies optimize their business applications and ensure the quality of their IT programming, the Compuware race team does a great deal of research, testing and data analysis to ensure the cars achieve peak performance.
"Our goals are consistent, too," added Karmanos. "It is all about being fast to the finish, whether that means building and analyzing software applications or getting to Victory Lane."
For the latest about Compuware Corvette racing and the 2012 season schedule, visit http://www.corvetteracing.com/.