This is an online petition of Corvette owners and motorsports fans pledging our support for LG Motorsports in the Texas civil case no. 296-00571-2011 against General Motors, Corvette Racing, Michelin North America, and Doug Fehan.
During the 2008-2009 American Le Mans Series seasons, General Motors, Corvette Racing, Michelin North America, and Doug Fehan performs acts of monopolization in violation of the Sherman Act and the Texas Free Enterprise and Antitrust Act of 1983.
LG Motorsports raced the #28 Corvette C6 in the GT2 class against World Class sportscar competition, as a privateer team racing against a field of the most prominent manufacturers in modern motorsport. Through closed-door deals GM, Corvette Racing, and Fehan sought to stop the LG Motorsports team by restraining the purchase of the Michelin racing tire, thus severely impacting the performance and competitiveness of the #28 Corvette.
Furthermore- GM, Corvette Racing, and Fehan have blocked the LG Motorsports #28 Corvette from being FIA homologated which would allow for the chassis to race internationally.
These actions lead to LG Motorsports pulling the #28 from GT2 competition and further depleting privateer competition in the top tier of professional motorsports.
By signing this petition you are assisting LG Motorsports in allowing the Corvette owner and motorsport enthusiast voice to be heard in support of LG Motorsports, privateer racing, and against the collusive politics demonstrated by GM, Corvette Racing, and Fehan.
Please pass this petition onto your friends, your fellow fans, and support LG Motorsports, support privateer racing, and support the free market trade principles which have enable this country to enjoy sportscars and Motorsport for nearly 100 years.
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Steve Plochocki, United States3 years ago Comments: Sad that Corvette Racing couldn't support LG Motorsports when they originally gave them the blessing. Corvette Racing could obviously use Lou's help after 2 seasons in GT2.
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