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Corvette Museum to Host One Lap of Kentucky Road Tour

by Keith Cornett on September 7, 2010

Corvette Museum to Host One Lap of Kentucky Road Tour

The One Lap of Kentucky Road Tour is the National Corvette Museum’s latest in a series of driving and touring events. This inaugural event kicks off October 12th for a five day site-seeing tour of some of Kentucky’s well-known attractions. Leading the tour will be the Kentucky State Police who are using the event to raise funds for Trooper Island, a youth camp supported by the KSP.

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Corvette Museum Offers $10 Raffle for 2011 Black Convertible

by Keith Cornett on September 1, 2010

Corvette Museum Offers $10 Raffle for 2011 Black Convertible

The National Corvette Museum is bringing back the $10 raffle for a 2011 Corvette convertible that will be given away this Saturday afternoon at 3:30 CT. While many of the Corvette Museum’s raffles start with a variety of price points over $100, I like the $10 raffle as it offers the ability for more people to participate. Checkout this black convertible that’s being offered and then jump over to the NCM and get your tickets today.

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Corvette Museum to Showcase Racing's Past and Future During Anniversary Celebration

As we all know by now, this year’s 24 Hours of Le Mans marked Corvette’s 50th Anniversary of racing in the world’s most prestigious sports car race. Earlier this year, Chevy introduced the one of one 2011 Corvette Z06 Le Mans 50th Anniversary edition to celebrate the achievement. At this year’s Anniversary Celebration at the Museum, the White with Blue Corvette Z06 will be united with one of the Corvettes that started it all – the 1960 #3 Briggs Cunningham Corvette owned by Lance Miller.

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Governor Signs Bill Naming Corvette Official Sport Car for the State of Kentucky

With hundreds of Corvette plant assembly workers looking on, Governor Beshear signed into law House Bill #104 declaring the Chevrolet Corvette the Official Sports Car of the State of Kentucky. Gov Beshear appropriately used an Arctic White Corvette ZR1 as his podium for the signing event at the assembly plant.

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General Cody Salutes Military Vets during Visit to the Corvette Assembly Plant

As part of the video taken earlier this year when General Richard Cody, Vice Chief of Staff of the U.S. Army (Retired), toured the Bowling Green Assembly Plant prior to taking delivery of a 2010 Corvette Grand Sport Convertible, General Cody meets and greets the military vets who are now building America’s favorite sports car.

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[VIDEO] Meet GM’s Extended Corvette Team

by Keith Cornett on May 17, 2010

Meet GM's Extended Corvette Team

Can you name another car manufacturer that has the same up close and personal relationship with its owners as GM enjoys with Corvette? Events like the ALMS Corvette Corrals and the C5/C6 Bash allow Corvette owners and enthusiasts to meet and talk with the core of the Corvette team: Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter, Corvette Product Marketing Manager Harlan Charles and Exterior Design Executive Kirk Bennion. At the recently held C5/C6 Bash, Tadge’s bosses were also in attendance and we got a chance to hear from them at the Saturday morning GM seminar. As they will play a key role in supporting the Corvette team in the development of the C7, we thought it important enough for you to get to know them as well.

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Tadge Juechter Talks About the C7 Corvette

At the C5/C6 Bash at the Corvette Museum, Corvette’s Chief Engineer delivered some remarks about the next generation C7 Corvette which he said is now getting underway in earnest. Tadge prefaced his comments with a warning about how the auto magazines will claim to have inside information or renderings when in fact they are basically making it up, and for us owners to not buy into all the hype. To demonstrate, he held up a copy of the June 2010 Automobile Magazine which, as Tadge says, included a photoshopped picture of him with an article that supposedly has Juechter endorsing a V6.

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Corvette Museum to Host Junior Achievement Mini Corvette Challenge

The National Corvette Museum is hosting a community event which will feature Corvettes “roaring” around the National Corvette Museum’s parking lot. Saturday marks the 16th time the Junior Achievement Mini Corvette Challenge will be run in Bowling Green. Go-karts with four-cycle engines and Corvette bodies will be customized and tuned to perfection for the popular event.

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Corvette Racing's Doug Fehan Discusses Sebring's Pit Lane Incident

At the C5/C6 Bash last week at the Corvette Museum, Corvette Racing’s Program Manager Doug Fehan talked about racing this season and about Sebring in particular. The Perfect Storm is how he has described the events that led to the two Corvette C6.Rs crashing in a pit lane mishap at the 12 Hours of Sebring.

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Corvette Bash: 2011 Corvette Z06 Enhancements

The big news coming out of the Corvette Museum’s C5/C6 Bash is the enhancements made to the 2011 Z06. The last couple of years have seen the Z06 bracketed by two new models, the high performance ZR1 and the better than stock Corvette Grand Sport. Other than a few updates, the Z06 remained relatively unchanged since its introduction in 2006. In refreshing the Z06, Corvette engineers listened to the owners have provided several enhancements designed to keep the Z06 on the cutting edge of performance while maintaining its edge as the most trackable Corvette in the model lineup.

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