Sunday’s win at Road America by Corvette Racing was an incredible example of the team’s motto “Never Give Up”. The No. 4 Chevrolet Corvette C7.Rs seemed to struggle with the pace but they continued to make adjustments throughout the race. On the team’s last stop with 51 minutes remaining, Engineer Chuck Houghton made a final adjustment on the car which really seemed to bring new life to the GTLM Championship leaders.
So the big pop culture news is that the latest installment of Transformers: The Last Knight is filming ahead of next summer’s opening and yes, the Green and Black C7 Corvette known as Crosshairs appears to be one of the returning Autobot characters.
A series of images showing the cars that are featured in the movie made their way to Autoblog yesterday and while they are saying that the Corvette is a Z06, we have our doubts based on the styling cues in the photos.
As these images appear to be bought and paid for, feel free to go check out Autoblog’s gallery of photos featuring the “Corvette Z06” transformers and then come back and I will tell how we know this is a Corvette Stingray.
Like father, like son.
Watch this video as second generation daredevil Robbie Knievel, following in the footsteps of his dad, the legendary Evel Knievel, jumps over 18 Corvettes (well, actually it looks like a couple of Camaros are thrown in there to us).
Bowling Green’s Assembly Plant does more than just build Chevrolet Corvettes.
It builds a bond with the community.
The Annual Corvette-a-palooza known as Corvettes on Woodward is taking shape for 2016. We’re only a couple weeks away and Vette-crazed organizer Larry Courtney has just released the schedule of events for this year. Call your boss and get those vacation days approved now because you’ve got 4 days of Corvette and automotive nirvana to partake in.
At the beginning of this video, the Blade Silver C6 Corvette ZR1 is pulling some decent quarter mile runs at the Great Lakes Dragaway in Union Grove, WI. But then we see a another guy behind the wheel and that’s when things go south pretty quickly.
It’s the beginning of the week and that means it’s time for Midyear Monday, our way of celebrating the 2nd generation Corvette. Our salute this week features 35 Corvettes produced between 1963-1967.
Do you have a C2 Corvette you would like to share? Feel free to email it to me at [email protected]
We’d hate to be in the shoes of these two Corvette drivers in the ritzy Buckhead area of Atlanta.
Not after they were chased by lawmen and caused several crashes early Saturday.
All the action started around 3 a.m. when Georgia State Patrol troopers saw the two Corvettes driving in a “reckless” manner and tried to pull them over.