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Former Corvette Racing Driver Ron Fellows and Partners Buy Mosport International Raceway

No longer just the “Mayor of Mosport”, racing legend and former driver for the Corvette Racing team Ron Fellows is now the proud owner of his home track just outside Toronto, Canada. Fellows and his partners Alan Boughton and real-estate developer Carlo Fidani have purchased Mosport International Raceway from the Panoz Motor Sport Group. Terms of the deal have not been disclosed.

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[VIDEO] LMR's Twin-Turbo Corvette Sets Standing Mile Record at 231 mph

According to a post on the Corvette Forum, Late Model Racecraft now holds the record for the fastest corvette in the standing mile which they set Saturday at the Texas Mile. Their twin turbo C6 Corvette hit 231 mph despite a 31 mph head wind. Check out what 231 mph in a Corvette looks like after the jump.

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[PICS] The New 4LT Interior in a 2012 Corvette Grand Sport

The new 4LT interior was on display for the first time at last weekend’s CorvetteForum Cruise-In at the National Corvette Museum. On hand was Tom Hill – Corvette Plant Engineer who said these seats were put in the car the day before the event began which makes this the first 2012 Corvette to have the 4LT interior installed.

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Corvette ZR1 Raffle to Benefit Fallen Taylor MI Police Officer Goes Bad for Dealer

Back in September we told you about the loss of Taylor Michigan police corporal Matthew Edwards who was gunned down in the line of duty, leaving a wife and two children. Taylor Chevrolet offered to step in with a Corvette ZR1 raffle to help raise funds for the family. Now the dealer claims the police charity that was brought in to assist with the raffle has taken them for ride.

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New Corvette Incentives Run out at the End of May

by Keith Cornett on May 29, 2011

New Corvette Incentives Run out at the End of May

With the end of May comes the end of a great factory incentive on brand new Corvettes. On Tuesday night, May 31st at 9:00 PM, the current GM incentives will run out. Those incentives include $3,000 in Dealer Cash that is passed on to the customer as well as 1.9% APR for 60 months or 2.9% APR for 72 months with approved credit!

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Corvettes on eBay: First 2010 Corvette ZR1 VIN 0001

by Keith Cornett on May 27, 2011

Corvettes on eBay: First 2010 Corvette ZR1 VIN 0001

Here is a Corvette ZR1 for sale on eBay that is worthy of collector car status. This Jetstream Blue Corvette was the first ZR1 produced in the 2010 model year. Wearing VIN #0001, it comes with a 3ZR package and features a Dark Titanium interior and chrome wheels. But here is the kicker: the selling dealer acquired this Corvette directly from General Motors. Although it has just over 3,500 miles, it has never been titled.

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New Carlisle Blue Corvette Spotted on Car Hauler

by Keith Cornett on May 26, 2011

New Carlisle Blue Corvette Spotted on Car Hauler

Les Stanford Chevrolet of Dearborn, MI posted these photos Wednesday on the Corvette Forum which show a 2012 Corvette Grand Sport painted in Carlisle Blue. Having seen just the bumper cover at the Bash, I wondered how it would look on a full car. Check out the larger photos after the jump and then let us know what you think of the new blue 2012 Corvette.

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[RUMORS] C7 Corvettes to Offer a Small-Displacement Turbo V8?
Photo Credit: TurboTechnologyInc.com

According to a story by TheDetroitBureau.com, one of the engines that General Motors is planning on offering in the C7 Corvette is a European-style turbo V8 that will be slightly larger than 3 liters in displacement. This would mark a turning point for the company which has traditionally offered high-displacement V8s in the sports car. The turbocharged engine is expected to woo the hearts, minds and wallets of European performance car buyers who are usually drawn to the likes of Porsche, Ferrari and Lamborghini.

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This Day in Corvette History: George Swanson Laid to Rest
Photo Credit: TheAutomotiveIndia.com

On this day in 1994, the ashes of 71-year-old George Swanson were placed in the drivers seat of his beloved 27,000 mile 1984 white Corvette. A crane then lifted the sports car and lowered into the 4-plot grave site in Hempfield County, Pennsylvania. George’s widow Caroline Swanson said “George always said he lived a fabulous life, and he went out in a fabulous style.”

Read the entire account at History.com

 

10 Years After: Memories of Corvette Racing's First Le Mans Victory

A Look Back at Corvette Racing’s Breakthrough Win in 2001

You never forget your first – especially when it’s the first win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Today Corvette Racing is recognized around the world as a powerhouse in international endurance racing, but a decade ago, the members of Chevrolet’s factory sports car team were innocents abroad.

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