Who knew that a company had teamed up with SuperVettes to develop some really cool special-edition Stingray cases for the iPhone 5?
Hell, short of skydiving off the Empire State Building, I’d probably do just about anything for a chance to own a new Z06, as long as it was legal. The trouble is, when a former big-time high school football recruit insinuates that he was offered a new Corvette to play for the University of Alabama, it’s big news.
It’s no secret that despite the appeal of the Corvette as an everyday sports car, it has a cherished legacy in the world of racing as well. Look no further than the new C7.R, which has been heating up this year’s GT Le Mans series, for proof of that.
If you own a 2005 – 2007 Corvette, take note: General Motors has announced a recall that covers 111,889 Corvettes from those model years for potentially faulty low-beam headlamps.
Just wait till you hear the driver open up those valves at the 10-second mark in this WorldSupercars YouTube video.