The scheduling Gods weren’t very thoughtful to Corvette enthusiasts when they scheduled IMSA’s Monterey Grand Prix the same days as the National Corvette Museum’s Bash Event. Unfortunately, that means no Corvette Racing seminar at the Bash and the absence of Tadge Juechter, who will be in Monterey at the Corvette Corral at Laguna Seca.
But for those on the West Coast, Tadge will bringing out a special guest as the new 2017 Corvette Grand Sport make its California debut about the same time the car in unveiled in Bowling Green. You can catch the car in the Corral and both Tadge and the Corvette Grand Sport will be headlining the annual Corvette Racing Banquet on Saturday, April 30th.
The Corvette Racing Banquet will be held at the Embassy Suites by Hilton Monterey Bay Seaside and there are still spaces available. Click here to register but don’t wait as spaces are limited and registration closes on April 25th.
In addition to meeting Tadge and the 2017 Grand Sport, attendees will be able to hobnob with Corvette Racing’s Program Manager Doug Fehan who always gives an impassioned discussion of Corvette Racing. I guarantee the $58 price of admission will be more than worth the amount just to hear what Doug thinks regarding the recent dust-ups with Porsche Racing.
Corvette Racing will be in action on Sunday, May 1st so hopefully many of us at the Bash will be home in time to watch when the green flag drops at 2:15 pm ET.
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