The Blue Devil ZR1 Corvette, one of eight ‘Vettes swallowed in that sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum, will be making an appearance at SEMA this week in a much brighter light.
I know there are a lot of you who hate when I go on these safety rants, but for the past couple of weeks I’ve been growing really concerned reading about all these Corvette wrecks that have been attributed to excessive speed.
Luckily, the driver was able to walk away, but let it be a lesson for the rest who love the racetrack.
As bad as it looks, this could have ended up a lot worse. The 1990 Corvette, owned by Chad Wendel, was left charging when it caught on fire, nearly burning his house down.
It appears that an adhesive used in the production of the 2015 Corvette Stingray may help save an endangered bat species in the U.S.