There’s more to life than just racing Corvettes.
Sometimes you have to take your foot off the gas, slow down a little, and give back to your community.
Just ask Corvette Racing crew chief Dan Binks.
One of the highlights of my high school days was having a homeroom teacher who had a rough 1954 Corvette sitting in the carport of his modest ranch-style home.
No matter how much I begged, he wouldn’t sell it back then to a snotty-nosed teenager, and I’ve often wondered what ever happened over the past 44 years to that unrestored C1 that was like the Holy Grail to this avid Corvette lover from a young age.
Fourth for Garcia/Magnussen, fifth for Gavin/Milner in another wild finish
ELKHART LAKE, Wisconsin (Aug. 6, 2017) – Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen extended their GT Le Mans (GTLM) Driver’s Championship lead Sunday with a fourth-place finish at Road America in the Continental Tire Road Race Showcase.
Only 10 years!! Most Corvette owners would agree that the cop lets this guy off with a light sentence. From how we see you peeps react on Facebook, it’s lucky for him he wasn’t shot!
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More photos coming out on future Corvette products!
We opened this week on Monday with the latest spy photos of the C8 mid-engine Corvette and now we get to close out the week with another look at the 2018 Corvette ZR1 as it was spotted at the entrance to the Milford Proving Grounds.
A toy Corvette recently played a role in strengthening the relationship between citizens and law enforcement in the town of Gander on the Canadian island of Newfoundland.
Little Parlan Crummey, 6, is a big fan of policemen, so when his family bought the old police car in Gander more than a year ago, they decided to have some fun.