Whenever there’s a “car movie” on the big screen, it’s definitely always more exciting for Corvette enthusiasts if there is one of “America’s Favorite Sports Car” in the scene.
I’ve got a special Midyear Monday photo gallery lined up this week for fans of the 1963-67 Corvettes!
Ever come face to face with your favorite singer or the actor who appeared in your favorite movie? Well, last week a similar occurrence happened to me when I joined Chevrolet for a ride and drive event last week in Atlanta.
While there to drive the 2017 Corvette Grand Sport (review coming this week), Chevrolet had four previous Grand Sports from their respective generations including the last of the original five 1963 Grand Sports – the No. 005 Grand Sport Coupe!
More than $55,000 worth of stolen GM and Corvette parts are back with their rightful owners, thanks to a successful undercover operation by the San Bernardino County Auto Theft Task Force.
The thefts occurred at a business/car club on U.S. Highway 395 in Victorville, where the suspect, Henry Earl Myers, 41, of Phelan, Calif., had become a new member in March.
Gavin, Milner take third GTLM victory of season; Garcia, Magnussen take second
LAKEVILLE, Conn. (July 23, 2016) – Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner led a One-Two class finish for Corvette Racing on Saturday with a GT Le Mans (GTLM) victory in the Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park. The victory was the 100th all-time for Corvette Racing – the first team in International Motor Sports Association (IMSA) history to accomplish the feat – and was the fifth win for the program at Lime Rock Park.
Landmark achievement for sports car GT racing’s premier team
LAKEVILLE, Conn. (July 23, 2016) –Already sporting an unmatched collection of historic moments, Corvette Racing added another today by claiming its 100th victory by winning Saturday’s Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park. Drivers Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner piloted their No. 4 Mobil 1/Sirius XM Chevrolet Corvette C7.R to the landmark triumph.
You didn’t really think that Chevy would stop at the 650 horsepower that powers the current Z06, did you?
We didn’t think so.
Carter and Becky Sorenson are the latest Corvette fans to join the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park Acre Club.
Boy, does this 1971 Corvette LT1 bring back memories.
Someone is going to have a lot of fun in this high-powered C3 Corvette if they have enough money to do the job right.
Probably the only Corvette I ever owned that was really a true classic was an orange 1971 LT1 coupe that I ended up trading for a 2005 convertible to get a better road cruiser when I changed jobs and had to travel on I-75 a lot.