Our friends at 2019 ZR1 will be the Corvettes used during the GoldSpeed event during the Bloomington Gold show. This will be the only Corvette event where attendees can ride in a ZR1 at high speed.
The ZR1’s will be piloted by staff from the Spring Mountain and the Ron Fellows High Performance Driving School on a portion of the infield road course at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Attendees to the Bloomington Gold show will be able ride in a 755 horsepower ZR1 after they test a new Chevy or 2 over at the Ride and Drive. Previously GoldSpeed has made use of Stingrays, Z06’s, and Grand Sports. The good news is that there’s no charge for GoldSpeed. Just buy a ticket to Bloomington Gold, hit the Ride and Drive, and then head over to the ZR1’s. A pants change may or may not be required afterword.
General Motors will also be displaying the entire Corvette model range at Bloomington as well. “We are excited that Chevrolet is bringing both the 2019 ZR1 and the 2019 Grand Sport for the public to see. They have not been displayed to the public except for in Bowling Green and it is an honor that Bloomington Gold has been chosen as a place for the public to really get their first look at them,” says President Guy Larsen, Bloomington Gold Corvettes.
Bloomington Gold 2018 will take place Thursday, June 21st – Saturday, June 23rd at the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway in Indianapolis, Indiana. Single-day passes are $25 and 3-day passes are $60. All tickets include parking. Kids 12 and under are free. GoldSpeed takes the green flag each day at 9am.
For more information on the show check out www.bloomingtongold.com or give them a call at 309.888.4477.
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