The views just keeps getting better and better.
Spy photographers have managed to capture new images of the mid-engine 2019 Corvette which include the best look yet at the C8 Corvette.
It’s Monday so let’s celebrate the second generation Corvette with a random photo gallery we call Midyear Monday!
For this week’s gallery, We’re featuring 42 photos of Corvettes built between 1963-1967 and some of these photos may even be of your Corvette. Thanks again for all the great submissions. If you would like to see your second generation Corvette featured in a future Midyear Monday photo gallery, you can submit photos to me at Keith@CorvetteBlogger.com.
Do you have a favorite Corvette in this week’s gallery? Let us know and be sure to share using our sharing buttons above!
You might not think a super rare Corvette would ever wind up in Canada.
But you can see a “Tanker” 1966 Corvette at the Luxury Supercar Weekend and Canadian Concours D’elegance that winds up Sunday, Sept. 11 at VanDusen Botanical Garden in Vancouver, British Columbia.
General Motors has announced a recall notice to fix a defect in the software that controls the vehicle’s air bags. The nationwide recall notice effects about 3.6 million vehicles in the USA including all 2014-2017 C7 Corvettes.
This morning IMSA released the new BoP tables ahead of next weekend’s Lone State Le Mans at Circuit of The Americas and the good news is that there are no changes being made to the two Chevrolet Corvette C7.Rs.
However, several GTLM competitors have received favorable changes which should make the final two races even tighter as the No.4 Corvette C7.R leads the No.67 Ford GT by seven points in the Drivers Championship.
Talks over noise levels continue between the National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park and its neighbors, according to Bowling Green attorney Frank “Hamp” Moore.
Moore gave the City-County Planning Commission of Warren County a brief update during a meeting last week at City Hall in Bowling Green.
Here’s a video that is sure to generate a few responses!
Without any context other than the Corvette was parked badly (the video contains a slightly more colorful NSFW description), all we see is a pickup truck pulling this Corvette Stingray with a tow strap. The Corvette’s rear wheels are locked and the sound of the Michelin’s scraping across the pavement is painful to watch and hear.
The Corvette’s owner was apparently found guilty of bad parking and the car had to be removed. Had that been one of our cars, we would have been mighty upset by how it manhandled across the pavement. However, I would also think that if that was one of our cars, it wouldn’t have been parked in such a way that would have made its removal necessary.
The video was uploaded to Facebook and after reading many comments, I think we found someone that has some specific details about why the Corvette was moved:
The C7 (not a Z06) was parked on private property blocking access to busses, a boat launch where a crane was setting them in the world water, news crew, ambulance & about 1,000+ people. They announced for the owner to move it but he parked and jumped on a boat. Two cops were there. The truck everyone is talking s**t about, is only onsite to move the boats to the water. No damage was done either way and the owner of the vette didn’t do s**t Bc he was in the wrong and wanted invited back next year. This was all during the Texas Outlaw Challenge…ok continue FB Warriors.
Ha! Take that “Facebook warriors”. Don’t start none…won’t be none.
So does hearing that explanation help understand why the Corvette was moved in such a fashion? Not for us. Sure the driver may have parked like an idiot but that doesn’t condone dragging his sports car across the pavement. Is it too much to ask for a professional towing company to remove the offending vehicle (and pass the charges on to the driver)?
Then again, not all professional tow truck operators can competently move a Corvette.
[VIDEO] Wrecked C5 Corvette Gets Even More Trashed By Tow Truck
[VIDEO] Parking Lot Owner Takes Customer’s Corvette on a 61-Mile Joyride
[VIDEO] Pig Parking C6 Corvette Owner Gets Schooled by Jeep Driver
IMSA provides a nice video recap of the 2016 Michelin GT Challenge at VIR. The results for Corvette Racing were mixed. Although the No.3 Corvette C7.R scored the overall victory, the No.4 Corvette suffered a devastating off-track excursion and finished 9th in GTLM.
At the 2016 Corvettes at Carlisle show, I had the opportunity to be a “celebrity judge” on Saturday and pick a Corvette for my Celebrity Choice Award. These awards are fun to hand out and I always try to find a driver-quality Corvette and one that was driven to the show.