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National Corvette Museum

Corvette Museum's Motorsports Park Announces New Hire and Shows off Building Renders

With the opening of the National Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park just six months away, the team that will be responsible for running the park continues to grow.

This week, the Museum announced that Matt Busby has been hired as Track Operations Manager.

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1962 Corvette Roadster Pulled from the Corvette Museum Sinkhole

The workers at the National Corvette Museum were back it today and they successfully raised the third Corvette in two days from the massive 40 foot diameter sinkhole which swallowed eight Corvettes last month.

Today’s get was the 1962 Black Corvette roadster, one of two Corvettes donated by members to the Museum.

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Via CorvetteVideos.TV

The National Corvette Museum put out this 4-minute video tonight showing the extraction of the 2009 Corvette ZR1 from the sky dome sinkhole. The video features a number of camera angles not previously seen including one GoPro mounted to the cage that is lowered into the sinkhole.

Visit CorvetteVideos.TV for the best selection of hand-picked Corvette videos.

 

[VIDEO] Corvette Museum Recovers the 1993 40th Anniversary Corvette from Sky Dome Sinkhole

The workers at the National Corvette Museum have had a very busy Monday. This morning they were able to successfully extricate the 2009 Corvette ZR1 Blue Devil from the sinkhole inside the Sky Dome and this afternoon they went after car number two which was the 1993 40th Anniversary Corvette known as “Ruby”.

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[VIDEO] The First of Eight Corvettes is Rescued from the Corvette Museum's Sinkhole

This morning at the National Corvette Museum, construction workers successfully lifted the first of the eight fallen Corvettes from the massive sinkhole that opened inside the Sky Dome last month. The first Corvette to make it back to street level was the 2009 Corvette ZR1 Blue Devil which had landed upright on top of the pile.

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[VIDEO] Corvette Museum Shares Week 2 of Sky Dome Work

by Keith Cornett on February 28, 2014

Here’s a video summarizing the work that went on this week inside the Sky Dome at the National Corvette Museum. Watch as the engineering team is seen drilling the bore holes around the perimter of the spire. Then the crane is moved in as the construction team prepares to start the recovery process next week.

See more NCM Sinkhole videos on the Corvette Museum’s YouTube Channel.

 

Corvette Museum to Start Removing Corvettes from Sinkhole Next Week

The National Corvette Museum issued another update regarding the Sinkhole in the Sky Dome yesterday and the good news is that we may see the first three Corvettes extracted from the hole as early as next week.

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Donate Now to the National Corvette Museum

by Keith Cornett on February 27, 2014

Donate Now to the National Corvette Museum

I’ve been thinking about writing this post since word of the giant sinkhole opening up inside the National Corvette Museum made headlines around the world.

The staff of the Corvette Museum, led by their unshakable leader Wendell Strode, have really stepped up to confront this natural disaster head-on. We’ve seen the videos of the damaged cars and heard from the experts about the local geology. But now it’s time for the Museum to hear from us, the enthusiasts and Corvette owners who helped make the NCM what it is today.

Despite having insurance which will cover stabilizing the main Spire and repairing the floor inside the Sky Dome, the NCM will have some major out-of-pocket expenses including sinkhole remediation and insurance deductibles.

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NCM Motorsports Park Gets OK for Development Plan

by Mitch Talley on February 26, 2014

NCM Motorsports Park Gets OK for Development Plan

More approval by a governmental agency came speeding down the straightaway for the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park last week.

After hearing Wendell Strode, executive director of the museum, explain that the museum has “gone above and beyond” with its plans, the City-County Planning Commission gave its OK to a detailed development plan Thursday for the motorsports park.

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Corvette Museum Making the Best of the Sinkhole Situation

by Mitch Talley on February 24, 2014

Corvette Museum Making the Best of the Sinkhole Situation
Photo Credit: Robyn Minor/Daily News

Corvettes have always been known for taking a little and turning it into a lot.

The current C7, for example, is being praised for its massive “bang for the buck.”

That’s why it is really no surprise that the National Corvette Museum is seeking “tasteful” ways to turn the misfortune of the sinkhole that swallowed eight of its rare Corvettes earlier this month into a way to raise funds that will ultimately help support the mission of the museum.

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