The driver and passenger is this hopped-up C3 Corvette Convertible needed an ambulance after being struck by another ambulance on Sunday afternoon in Boardman, OH.
A silver C5 Corvette was one of three vehicles involved in a Texas crash that injured four people Thursday night in San Angelo.
Officer Joshua Younts of the San Angelo Police Department reported that a teenage male was headed north on Bryant Boulevard and attempted to turn left onto Knickerbocker Road. In the process, he hit a Hyundai headed southbound on Bryant, with the impact causing the Corvette to then strike a Ford Escape making a right turn onto Bryant from Knickerbocker.
If there is any behavior behind the wheel of an automotive that is the scourge of our society, it’s the practice of driving while intoxicated. We’ve share more than few stories of Corvettes being hit by drunk drivers along with the damage caused by owners who were behind the wheel of their Corvettes when they shouldn’t have been.
The amount of lives and property damage that could be saved by simply handing the keys to someone else is staggering with some estimates of the costs of driving drunk ranging to more than 10,000 lives and $130+ billion each year.
So with that being said, we are sharing this video of a Corvette owner walking around and checking out the damage to his car after it was recently hit by a drunk driver.
There is no doubt that the 2015 Corvette Z06 is the most capable performance Corvette that Chevrolet has ever made. But to really experience the full bandwidth of performance available, owners are encouraged to take their car to the track. And there lies the conundrum… While the Corvette Z06 may be ready for the track, sometimes the driver isn’t which is why we have the photos of a Corvette Z06 that went off the track and into the weeds at a recent SCCA event.
Two brand new Corvettes were damaged at the Dave White Chevrolet dealership in Sylvania, Ohio after a man suffered a medical seizure and crashed into the cars on Wednesday afternoon.
The report from the ABC News affiliate in Toledo says the man driving the car was exiting a highway when the seizure happened. His wife was in the passenger seat and she quickly grabbed the steering wheel and steered the car through an intersection before crashing head-on into the brand new Corvettes sitting on the dealership’s lot.
Since today is ‘Ron Fellows Day’ (but you can still call it Canada Day if you like), we thought a story about a Corvette driver in the Great White North would be an interesting read. Unfortunately, the topic is not a very happy one as it’s an accident report from Western Canada showing a Yellow C6 Corvette Coupe under the rear wheels of a minivan.
The driver of a 1998 Indy 500 Corvette Pace Car had to be pulled from the burning car after a wreck near the Chippewa Township, Pa., entrance ramp onto I-376 on Sunday afternoon.
The driver’s side of the convertible was badly damaged in the fire, though the car was still recognizable as a Indianapolis Pace Car on the passenger side, with its distinctive paint job and wheels .
Two people inside a blue C4 Corvette escaped serious injury after being hit head-on by an alleged drunk driver in a white four-door sedan in Fountain Hills, Arizona on Sunday afternoon.
Both cars erupted into flames after the crash, but fortunately bystanders helped get everyone out of the vehicles before further tragedy struck.
On Thursday evening during qualifying for the 24 Hours of Le Mans, a mechanical failure to Corvette Racing’s No.63 Corvette C7.R driven by Jan Magnussen resulted in a hard crash at the Porsche curves. The Corvette C7.R had significant damage to both the front and the rear and the team announced the withdraw from the race after it became apparent that the car could not be fixed on-site.
Following the crash, Magnussen was taken to the medical center where he was checked and released by the ACO’s medical staff.
Two teenage girls escaped death Sunday afternoon in their white C3 Corvette convertible after an 18-wheeler rolled over the classic sports car in Redmond, Oregon!
It definitely shows how tough the old Corvette was built.
Take a look at the photos, and you’ll have to wonder how the passenger was transported to St. Charles Redmond Hospital, where she was treated and then released.