Mike Skeen: 2010 SCCA Trans-Am Corvette Initial Test

Here is some footage from the first test of the Agee Racing Corvette. This car will compete in the 2010 SCCA Pro Racing Trans-Am series driven by Mike Skeen. This track is the 1.8 mile Harris Hill Road in San Marcos, Texas. Some of the track is still wet from overnight rain. Visit MikeSkeen.com and AgeeRacing.com for more information. GoPro HD camera.

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