Register Now for the Corvette Museum’s 24 Hours of Le Mans Viewing Party


Register Now for the Corvette Museum's 24 Hours of Le Mans Viewing Party

For the second straight year, the National Corvette Museum is inviting Corvette Racing fans to come watch the biggest race of the year as the NCM hosts the 24 Hours of Le Mans viewing party inside the Museum’s Chevrolet Theater. Those that attended last year have raved about the event, not only the experience of watching the race with other C7.R fanatics, but the opportunity to interact with the team during private Skype chats and win some prizes.

If this sounds like it’s up your alley, register now for the 24 Hours of Le Mans viewing party.

Through a special arrangement with the ACO (the racing organization that hosts the 24 Hours of Le Mans), Bowling Green is one of only three locations worldwide that will be given a direct, commercial free satellite feed from the race.

The 24 Hours of Le Mans will be shown on the Corvette Museum’s 28 foot giant screen inside the Chevrolet Theater. Live timing and scoring are also shown. The museum will be offering refreshments throughout the day and evening as well as a Continental breakfast both Saturday and Sunday and a light dinner on Saturday evening. A cash bar will also be open on Saturday evening.

Participants will be able to talk with Corvette Racing’s Doug Fehan as well as the drivers and select crew members through hourly private Skype sessions. The NCM will also be offering hourly drawings for signed race team hero cards!

So bring your sleeping bags, pillows and whatever else you need to help cheer on Corvette Racing to another Le Mans victory!

The cost of the event is $100 per person so register now to guarantee your space!

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