[PODCAST] Here’s the Latest Corvette Headlines from CorvetteBlogger on the Corvette Today Podcast


[PODCAST] Here's the Latest Corvette Headlines from CorvetteBlogger on the Corvette Today Podcast

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Get caught up on the latest Corvette happenings as we go beyond the headlines with news, racing, rumors, and even some fun stuff for Episode #41 on the CORVETTE TODAY Podcast.

Host Steve Garrett and CorvetteBlogger’s Keith Cornett connect to bring you up to date on the latest news in the world of Corvette! Here are just a few of the topics discussed on Episode #41 of the CORVETTE TODAY podcast:

  • GM Vice President, Steve Hill, says most C8 buyers are new to the Corvette Brand and wealthier than C7 customers.
  • The high wing spoiler for C8 is available again on Chevrolet.com
  • The first 1967 L88 sells for $2.5m at the Mecum Auction/Kissimmee
  • Laura Wontrop Klauser is named as Sports Car Racing Program Manager
  • The 2021 race season begins for Corvette Racing at Daytona with new lineup
  • New C8.R driver, Nick Tandy, says the C8 is more stable than the Porsche 911 RSR
  • A man wins Corvette in the Georgia Lottery, but can’t get one from a local dealer
  • A 2019 C7 ZR1 run the quarter mile in 9.592 seconds!
  • Lingenfelter introduces a lowering kit for C8

You’ll be up-to-date on Corvette when you listen to this episode of CORVETTE TODAY!

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  1. What’s the use ?
    I ordered one at a small dealer.
    I doubt I ever get it with the
    Ridiculous allocation guidelines.

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