How would you like to watch Corvette Racing’s 2015 assault on the 24 Hours of Le Mans with other Corvette enthusiasts? The National Corvette Museum will join Berlin and Tokyo as one of just three worldwide locations to host a live commercial-free streaming party with a direct feed from the race in France.
During the NCM Bash, Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan was talking about a cool way to bring Corvette enthusiasts together for the race and it looks like his efforts came through. Not only will we be able to watch the race live on the giant screens in the Chevrolet Theatre at the Museum, but the team is also planning hourly skype sessions from Corvette Racing’s garage.
The Museum will also show live timing and scoring and will be offering refreshments and door prizes during the event.
Space will be limited for the June 13-14th event and so the Museum wants those interested to take this survey so they can gauge the response.
We think this is a fabulous opportunity for Corvette Racing die-hards to cheer on the team while enjoying the support and commraderie that comes with watching a live sporting event.
We’ll have more details on this as its finalized.
National Corvette Museum