The 2015 National Corvette Museum Bash is April 23rd-25th

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The 2015 National Corvette Museum Bash is April 23rd-25th

The National Corvette Museum’s 2015 show season kicks off this week with their annual Bash. Attendees at the Bash will get a first look at the 2016 Corvette Stingray and Z06, attend any number of interesting seminars as well as participate in one of several road tours and other miscellaneous activities.

In addition to getting up close and personal with the 2016 Corvettes, attendees can hear all the dirty details of the next model year straight from members of GM’s engineering team who will be on hand to answer any of your questions.

Seminar topics for 2015 include upcoming 2016 Corvette content, the C7’s body structure, and a how-to on the Corvette’s navigation system. Paul Koerner and Brittany George will hold their popular drop-in diagnostic sessions as well as a new hands on event where owners will have the opportunity to diagnose and work on their own cars under Paul and Brittany’s guidance. Once again Doug Fehan, Tommy Milner, and Dan Binks will hold their entertaining Corvette Racing seminar. Other popular events are the live and silent auctions, Golf outing, and the 2 celebrity choice car shows.

Newly added this year is the LT4 Engine building demonstration by Bowling Green employees Rob Nichols and Brian Lee where they’ll disassemble and reassemble a LT4 while answering your questions.

The NCM Motorsports Park will be holding a High Performance Driving Event (HPDE) while things are buzzing across the street at the museum. Viewing will be open to all Bash participants. Parade laps in your own car and hot lap ride alongs in a NCM Corvette will be available for those interested.

If you still need more Corvette time after the Bash you can join in the Museum in Motion road trip to the Biltmore estate by way of the Tail of the Dragon which leaves on the Sunday morning after the Bash.

Online registration has closed, but you can still register onsite in the Clubroom at the museum.

For a complete rundown of all the NCM Bash activities, click here. Plus keep it tuned here and to our Facebook and Twitter pages for all of the cool happenings this week from Bowling Green. Then check back next week for a full wrap of the 2015 NCM Bash.


Source:
National Corvette Museum

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