As we’ve mentioned over the last couple of days, CorvetteBlogger contributor Jeremy Welborn is at the National Corvette Museum’s Anniversary Celebration this week and yesterday he bounced around from the Museum to the NCM Motorsports Park, and then finally he stopped over at the Corvette Assembly Plant for some photos of his Sebring Orange 2020 Coupe as it visits “home” for the first time.
While at the NCM, Jeremy witnessed the R8C Museum Delivery of Blade Silver 2020 Corvette Convertible going to new owners. Out in the NCM’s parking lot, he also shows a Ceramic Matrix Gray HTC which was just delivered to former Assembly Plant Manager Jeff Lamarche. FYI, Jeff is now the plant manager at Spring Hill in Tennessee and like a lot of former plant employees, he just can’t shake that Corvette Fever! So congrats on the new Corvette Jeff!
When Jeremy picked up his 2020 Corvette back in March, he was also entitled to run some laps at the NCM Motorsports Park. But as he got his car before the track got theirs, he elected to take a rain check which he cashed in yesterday for some laps in the Motorsport Park’s C8 Z51 Coupe. Unfortunately, the track was wet from a recent storm so his driving experience consisted of mostly parade laps.
After a walkthrough of the new NCM exhibits, Jeremy drives over to the Corvette Assembly Plant for some photos of the new exterior display as well as some pics of his car in front of the facility.
From Jeremy Welborn via YouTube:
The first day of the National Corvette Museum’s 26th Anniversary Celebration was full of fun activities. In today’s video, you’ll see a 2020 Corvette Stingray HTC delivery, R8C track laps, some of the NCM’s newest exhibits, and more 2020 Corvette coupes and convertibles.
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