The latest version of the Grand Sport finished behind the Lotus Evora 400 and the winner, the Acura NSX.
That Racing Channel has a new feature video on a nasty C6 Blue Devil Corvette ZR1 packing 820 horsepower at the wheels. The video features a variety of different street pulls where you can hear the modded LS9 doing its thing and then watch the ZR1 rip the quarter mile at Bradenton Motorsports Park in Florida with a time of 9.576 at 149.30 mph.
Corvette owners take the act of parking their cars seriously as the car will generally be out of their care while they are going about their business.
You want to get a Corvette owner riled up? Try parking a less than stellar vehicle next to their sports car and then sit back and watch the action. Of course, Barnes here should have known better than to “pig park” next to the bosses Corvette.
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As you read this blog post SEMA week is winding down out in Las Vegas. Friday at SEMA is marked by the SEMA cruise as all of the show cars make their way out of the Las Vegas Convention Center and across the street for SEMA Ignited – the only SEMA event open to the public.
All’s well that ends well for the owner of this yellow 1976 Corvette.
Tom Nali of Tacoma, Washington recently left his dream car at City Glass in his hometown to have the weather stripping replaced.
When he got the car back several months later (we wonder why it took so long for such a simple job), the new stripping was already coming off.
Fans who visit the SEMA show this year may be a bit disappointed with the official Corvette offerings from Chevrolet.
This year the spotlight is on Camaro and deservedly so as the icon muscle car celebrates its 50th Anniversary. To show off some of the different configurations possible, Chevy brought a full contingent of Camaros to star at SEMA.