Ever since the sinkhole swallowed eight Corvettes in February 2014, we’ve been following the progress of the National Corvette Museum’s efforts to retrieve the lost cars and then restore the Skydome back to normal. While the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the Skydome is planned for the 21st Anniversary Celebration next month, the Museum has recently opened up the area to the public.
We know all about Corvette Racing’s close ties between the C7.R race car and the new 2015 Z06 street car. So it’s only fitting that following the team’s 8th class win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the racing team and drivers gathered in Detroit to celebrate with Corvette Team members who design, engineer and build our Corvettes.
It’s Woodward Dream Cruise week in the Motor City which means that there’s a myriad of activities for enthusiasts to partake in. Each year Vette-a-holics revel in 3 days of events that make up Corvettes on Woodward. This year organizer Larry Courtney has assembled 3 full days and 7 different events for participants.
An estimated 500,000 to 1 million moose live in Canada.
Saturday night about 1:40 am, one of them wandered onto a Canadian highway and crashed into a red C6 Corvette, killing the two occupants in the car.
ELKHART LAKE, Wisc. (Aug. 9, 2015) – Despite a fourth place finish in the ultra-competitive GT Le Mans class, Corvette Racing’s Antonio Garcia and Jan Magnussen were the big winners for Chevrolet in the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship’s Continental Tire Road Race Showcase at Road America on Sunday.
In GT Le Mans (GTLM), Garcia and Magnussen used clever strategy late in the race to battle back to a fourth place class finish with their No. 3 Chevrolet Corvette C7.R and increase their lead in the class’ Driver’s Championship.