Watch this horrific crash and you’ll be amazed to find out that the driver made it through alive and with only minor injuries!
The driver of this Little Red Corvette might be singing the blues after being arrested Friday morning for reckless driving in Kansas City, Mo.
MONTEREY, Calif. (May 1, 2016) – Corvette Racing ended its early-season IMSA campaign with fourth- and seventh-place finishes in the GT Le Mans (GTLM) class in the Continental Tire Monterey Grand Prix, results that were good enough for America’s premier GT racing team and Chevrolet to retain their Driver, Manufacturer and Team points lead heading to the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
For weeks now, enthusiasts have known that the legendary Grand Sport moniker would be returning to the Corvette lineup in 2017.
We just didn’t know how much the newest model of the C7 would sticker for.
Now we do.
So far, just about every new 2017 Corvette Grand Sport we’ve seen has had a stage two or stage three aerodynamics package. But today as select members of the Corvette team have picked up their individual 2017 captured test fleet cars from the factory, we came across one of the new Grand Sport coupes in base form.
The driver of a white Corvette came close to tragedy in Las Vegas on Tuesday morning but miraculously didn’t strike a bicyclist thrown in the path of his car after being hit by a red pickup.
The cyclist is in critical condition with brain and spine injuries, according to Sgt. Richard Strader of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
Next up at the NCM Bash is our first look at a new color that was very much a surprise to us when we first saw it. The rumor mill suggested a very dark blue, but that never made much sense to us as the new Admiral Blue fills that role just fine. Instead, Chevy went light with the color and perhaps the best way to describe it is Silver Blue.