This latest Corvette accident happened in our back yard so to speak.
Got up Saturday morning and went out for breakfast and saw a beautiful C1 Corvette roadster enjoying a cruise down the road that runs along Tampa Bay. Since many of you probably won’t see a C1 Corvette driving on the roads today, here’s a random photo gallery of 38 straight axle Corvettes for your viewing enjoyment.
The Corvette Dream Giveaway is back this year and there are two great Corvettes that will be presented to one lucky winner. The two cars are a 1967 Corvette Sting Ray Sport Coupe and a Lingenfelter-prepped 2015 Corvette Z06 that makes 725 horsepower. Better yet, the winner of the two cars will also received a lump sum to pay the federal taxes for winning the two awesome rides.
It’s time for another rendition our Friday Poll. This week we’re talking colors so we ask – what’s the best shade of blue to have adorned the Corvette?
The color blue has been available for nearly all of Corvette’s 62 years of production. Below we’ll breakdown some of the many shades of blue that our favorite car has worn.
DeKalb County (Ga.) police have arrested a suspect in the shooting of a woman driving a yellow C6 Corvette on Highway 78 in Stone Mountain.
The Corvette driver, Angelina Christiano, 44, suffered a serious gunshot wound in the back and is still hospitalized.
The suspect in the Oct. 12 incident is Jose Dionicio Ovalles, who has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
With years of experience in creating impressive functional performance and styling packages for the Corvette, it’s no surprise that our friends at Lingenfelter Performance Engineering would be coming out with their own body styling package for the C7 Vette.
Just in time for SEMA, the folks at LPE are launching a new wide body styling kit along with a supercharger performance package for the Corvette Stingray.
Photo Credit: Bob Condotta / The Seattle Times
Things seem to be getting worse for the Seattle Seahawks by the day.
Sunday, the 2-4 Seahawks lost to the surging and unbeaten Carolina Panthers.
Tuesday, Seattle running back Fred Jackson crashed his black 2016 Corvette Z06 into a stop sign near the team’s practice facility in Renton, Wash.
Still more news coming out of Bowling Green this week regarding the ongoing saga with the National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park’s dealings with the Warren County Planning Commission.
The Motorsports Park is request a certificate of occupancy from the City-County Planning Commission to show compliance with county ordinances according to the Bowling Green Daily News.