Now it’s official. The National Corvette Museum will be preserving the sinkhole that continues to keep people flocking to the Kentucky facility in droves just to see the darn thing.
Last week George Talley received a call informing him that his 1979 Corvette that was stolen 33 years ago in Detroit had been found in Hattiesburg, Mississippi.
Here’s a bit of advice for any Viper guys who might be trolling this site: when you’re up against a Corvette in a race, you just might want to hold off on the trash talking — even if it’s a woman driving a ‘Vette.
Be sure to zero in at the 7:25 mark, which highlights how dangerous Corvette intimidation can be on a track like the Green Hell.
We’d hoped the new Corvette Stingray would be able to avoid General Motors’ recall woes, but now it’s clear that won’t be the case.