If you have added a 755-hp Corvette ZR1 to your garage, take advantage of this great offer from Chevrolet that encourages you to learn how to get the most out of your new supercar!
The Ron Fellows Performance Driving School at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club in Pahrump, Nevada, has officially announced their ZR1 Owners School!
Consider the Pace Set!
The new Corvette ZR1 sets the pace in the world of supercars! Every ZR1 purchase comes with a FREE “track-focused” two-day experience. It’s an intimate, adrenaline-charged curriculum designed exclusively for the Corvette ZR1, delivering an unforgettable opportunity to truly experience the fastest, most powerful and most advanced Corvette to date in a safe and controlled environment.
Chevrolet makes it easy for new ZR1 owners to improve their driving skill and product knowledge. Simply contact Spring Mountain with your name and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) to schedule your school date then book your travel and the staff at Spring Mountain will take care of the rest.
The ZR1 Owners School Experience includes:
- Tuition – 100% of your tuition is included with the purchase of your ZR1.
- Lodging – One-night stay is included in their luxurious on-site condos.
- Meals – Breakfast and lunch for you and a guest prepared by their executive chef.
- World Class Facility – Enjoy the unique experience that is Spring Mountain, the finest road course in the nation.
The two-day program features a curriculum designed by Corvette Racing Champion, Ron Fellows. Utilizing their fleet of Corvette ZR1’s, the two-day school features classroom sessions, electronic vehicle controls demonstrations, dynamic car control exercises and multiple on-track lapping sessions.
Register your VIN today by visiting ZR1ownersschool.com or by calling a sale associate today at 800-391-6891.
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