It’s hard to believe, but this Friday February 12th already marks 2 years since the sinkhole opened up in the National Corvette Museum’s Skydome and swallowed 8 Corvettes. To mark that ominous date, the NCM will open a new exhibit called “Corvette Cave-In: The Skydome Sinkhole Experience”.
Can you believe it’s been almost 20 years since the C5 Corvette was introduced?
This writer and his family were among the large crowd of enthusiasts who traveled to Bowling Green for the unveiling of the 1997 Corvette (No. 7853 still resides in my garage) on Jan. 6, 1997 at the National Corvette Museum.
Also on hand that day was Mid America Motorworks Chief Cheerleader Mike Yager, along with Corvette engineers and Chevrolet executives and lots of nosy enthusiasts eager to see the latest edition of America’s Sports Car.
It’s the first day of the week and that means it’s time for our salute to the second generation Corvette we like to call Midyear Monday! Consider this week’s random photo gallery your prescription for your Super Bowl hangover.
It’s been just over a week now since Oliver Gavin crossed the finish line at Daytona International Speedway 0.034 seconds ahead of Antonio Garcia. With that historic Corvette 1-2 finish still fresh in our heads, the team over at Michelin takes a look back at the amazing 2016 Rolex 24 hours at Daytona.
All it takes is one jerk like this to give all Corvette drivers a bad name.
We’re glad that no one was seriously hurt when a red C6 Corvette being driven aggressively ran into the side of an SUV occupied by a single dad and his 6-year-old daughter, then took off around 8:45 a.m. last Tuesday in Oklahoma City.
Our friends at the St. Bernard Catholic Church and School in the southern Indiana town of Rockport are back for their 28th Annual Classic Car Raffle and this year’s top prize is a 1961 Corvette.
Only 12,000 tickets are available in the 2016 fundraiser and are priced at $30 each or four for $100. Two cash prizes of $500 and $250 will also be offered. To order your tickets, click here!
DETROIT (Feb. 5, 2016) – On the heels of a historic 1-2 class finish in the Rolex 24 At Daytona, Corvette Racing learned today that its two Chevrolet Corvette C7.Rs have been invited to this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans. It is the 17th consecutive season that two entries for Corvette Racing are part of the entry list for one of the world’s greatest motorsports events.
Photo Credit: Scott Manchester/Argus-Courier
A parked Corvette is at the center of a controversy involving a drunk driver and a citizen who held him at gunpoint until police arrived.
It all happened around 7:45 p.m. on Jan. 25 in Petaluma, Calif., when Joe Clayworth looked out the second-story window of his home to see a large truck drive over the hood of a parked C4 Corvette and hit the fence of his South McDowell Boulevard home.