Our friends at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club have certainly made a name for themselves in the Corvette community with thousands of owners participating in the C7 Corvette Owner School. Ask anyone whose been and they will tell you it’s one of the most memorable experiences you can have behind the wheel of America’s favorite sports car.
While we don’t have definitive news about any new high-performance driving classes offered as of yet for the C8 Corvette, we can see the school being a valuable option for those who want to get the most out of the new mid-engine Corvette.
We do know that those Chevrolet dealer reps who have completed the C8 training will be going out to Spring Mountain sometime this fall to drive the 2020 Corvettes, and we can only hope that the Owners School program will soon be announced.
Perhaps that announcement won’t be much longer in coming as Chevrolet offered the first view of the 2020 Corvette Stingray wearing the racing livery of the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School at Spring Mountain. The car looks to be the same Ceramic Matric Gray Stingray that’s been touring special events following the reveal in California last month.
This 2020 Stingray was part of the C8 Corvette display featuring the mobile showroom at the Woodward Dream Cruise.
Prior to the event, Luke Montgomery captured the car wranglers maneuvering the Ceramic Gray Stingray over the curb and into the grass where it was driven to the mobile showroom.
For those of you who have recently purchased a 2019 Corvette, don’t let your voucher go to waste! Call The Ron Fellows Performance School today at 800-391-6891 or visit the Corvette Owner’s School to register.
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