It’s time for the Corvette Club of America’s annual Spring Car Show and you’re invited! The show will be hosted at Sport Chevrolet in Silver Spring, MD on June 4th from 9am to 3pm. In addition to the Corvette show, all GM vehicles are welcome with prizes given in multiple categories!
It started out as his dream car but wound up as his worst nightmare.
Let’s hope an explanation from General Motors is forthcoming and will help convince this Corvette Z06 owner to stay in the fold after his Arctic White 2016 coupe inexplicably went up in flames on I-81 in Salina, N.Y., over the weekend.
We all remember the debacle that Ford created last year in sandbagging their performance prior to the qualifying rounds at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. As you remember, once the qualifying round started, the GTs suddenly gained 5 seconds over their lap times from the previous practices in the LMGTE-Pro class.
With rumors flying and spy photos appearing all over the Internet about a possible ZR1 – C7 style on the way soon, it’s fitting that the National Corvette Museum in its Heritage Series Videos has taken a look back at the C4 ZR-1 and its history-making accomplishments of 1990.
While the 1990-95 ZR-1s don’t seem to get as much love these days as they should, this video serves as a fitting reminder of just what a special “King of the Hill” this Corvette was.
Here’s your opportunity to buy a “completely restored” 1953 Corvette.
One of just 300 Polo White over Sportsman Red Corvettes that kicked off 65 years of crazy enthusiasm over Chevrolet’s sports car, this car will be going to Bloomington Gold next month for judging, where the seller expects “a very high score.
We all seem to have that one person we know who is captivated by internet memes – those pictures and videos that express “an element of a culture or system of behavior” and are passed around and shared on social media. Some examples are Leonardo DiCaprio making a toast, Keanu Reeves with a deep thought or some LOL Cats.
We even have a small collection of Corvette-related memes which you can see at Pinterest.
So, Kirk Bennion, what’s the secret to designing cars that remain timeless over the years?
“You want to improve the breed of the car and integrate the latest technology,” he explains. “You also want to give the car kind of a timeless look and not get too trendy, knowing people are going to coddle these cars and own them for a long time.”