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IMSA Sets Initial Balance of Performance (BoP) for Daytona 24 Test this Weekend

IMSA Sets Initial Balance of Performance (BoP) for Daytona 24 Test this Weekend
Photo Credit: Lee Willard / Twitter


This weekend is the Roar Before the 24, a three-day test session held at the Daytona International Speedway in advance of the 2017 season opener, the Rolex 24 at Daytona, which runs January 28-29th.

IMSA issued its first Balance of Performance (BoP) tables to teams last week and further changes will be made once IMSA reviews the data following the Roar test.

The entire GTLM field including Corvette Racing will be participating in the Roar Before the 24 test.

An American In Paris: Rare Copper 1955 Corvette to be Offered by RM Sothebys

An American In Paris: Rare Copper 1955 Corvette to be Offered by RM Sothebys


1955 was a pivotal year for the Corvette’s future. It was the first year that a V8 engine would be introduced, but at the same time, sales plummeted and only 700 roadsters were built. The model would end up having the the second lowest production totals behind the 300 Corvettes built in 1953.

[VIDEO] Corvette Driver Arrested in Brazil After a Donut in Street Attracts the Police

[VIDEO] Corvette Driver Arrested in Brazil After Donut in Street Attracts the Police


Mom always said nothing good happens after midnight and the driver of the C6 Corvette in Brazil can probably agree.

I might also point out the basic premise of this video is that Continue

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday! (49 Corvette Photos)

[GALLERY] Midyear Monday! (49 Corvette Photos)


Happy New Year Corvette lovers!!

Today is the very first Monday in 2017 and we are going to kick off the new year right with an award-winning photo gallery for Midyear Monday!

This week’s salute to the our favorite Corvette generation features 49 photos of Corvettes built for the 1963-67 model years.

Thanks again to those that submitted photos of their Midyear Corvettes for the gallery. We have several Corvettes in this week’s gallery of Corvettes owned and driven by our readers. If you want to see your car here, just email a photo or two to Keith@CorvetteBlogger.com and we’ll add it to our archive.

Do you have a favorite Corvette photo from this week’s gallery? Let us know in the comments section below or hit us up on Twitter and Facebook.

[VIDEO] Corvette Museum Board Member Donates his 1967 L89 Corvette

[VIDEO] Corvette Museum Board Member Donates his 1967 L89 Corvette


Corvette’s have always been a passion for Henry Younger since he first laid eyes on a 1953 Corvette. His first Corvette came in 1969, a red 1965 Sting Ray. Henry sold that car when starting his family and wouldn’t buy another Corvette until 1990. But that’s when Corvette Fever really struck and since then he’s amassed a collection that at one point numbered eleven cars.

The Bob McDorman Museum to Close and Liquidate Collection

The Bob McDorman Museum to Close and Liquidate Collection


Back in July of 2014 we first reported on the opening of the Bob McDorman Automotive Museum. Roughly a year later we were saddened to report that McDorman had passed away at age 82. Now it looks like another chapter in the McDorman story will be writtenas the museum has closed and its collection of Chevrolets and memorabilia will be sold at auction.

[PIC] Corvette Factory Workers Celebrate the End of 2016 with a Message

[PIC] Corvette Factory Workers Celebrate End of 2016 with a Message


It’s known that the workers in the Bowling Green Assembly Plant have a special relationship with the owners of the cars they build and because of that, they occasionally offer a little surprise message here and there as they assemble the vehicles running down the line.

[GALLERY] Black Friday! (45 Corvette photos)

[GALLERY] Black Friday! (45 Corvette photos)


Today is the final Friday in 2016 and therefore it’s a perfect day for a Black Friday photo gallery featuring 45 Corvettes in Black from all seven generations.

Use our sharing buttons to share this gallery with your Corvette friends on social media. And as always, feel free to catch up with us in the comments below or visit us on Twitter and Facebook.

Please stay safe this weekend and thanks again for your visits to CorvetteBlogger.com!

[ACCIDENT] Suspected DUI Driver Crashes Corvette into an Abandoned Garage

[ACCIDENT] Suspected DUI Driver Crashes Corvette into an Abandoned Garage
Photo Credit: Paul Lowes / AKVNEWS.com


From the passenger side, the only damage appears to be a mirror dangling from this C6 Corvette.

Unfortunately, the driver’s side of the red 2006 Corvette wasn’t so lucky and appears to have suffered extensive damage after the driver crashed into a building in Lower Burrell, Pennsylvania just after 7 p.m. Wednesday.

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