Category: C6

Incredible Milestone: the 100-Millionth Small Block Engine is a ZR1 LS9

General Motors has celebrated a major milestone today at Wixom’s Performance Build Center by building its 100-millionth small block engine. The engine chosen as the milestone motor is none other than the Corvette ZR1′s 638 horsepower LS9. Since 1955, the small block has been used in GM vehicles around the world and can also be

  Comments | By - November 30, 2011

Bad Day at the Autocross: Corvette Driver Slams Sideways Into Curb

by John Coyle Corvette Forum Apparently, this driver had laid down some great times during earlier runs. But then the track and his tires cooled down… And then this happened. On first glace it doesn’t even look like he’s moving that quickly when when he nails the curb, but since the car goes up on […] More »

  Comments | By - November 28, 2011

Keeping it Clean: SS Vette’s Wicked Widebody

by Jason GiacchinoCorvette Forum When it comes to the Corvette, custom looks can range from subtly menacing to downright gaudy. Fortunately companies like SS Vette fall firmly in the former category. As a result, even in this topsy-turvy economy, the company remains strong with an ever-expanding catalog of Vette parts and a presence at this […] More »

  Comments | By - November 7, 2011

SEMA 2011: Ron Fellows and His Hall of Fame Corvette Z06 Tribute

The Corvette Z06 Ron Fellows ‘Hall of Fame’ Tribute was one of two Corvette concepts that General Motors brought with them to SEMA this year. The Red and White Corvette was the featured display at the Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch / Ron Fellows Driving School booth in the adjoining hall. We took many photos of

  Comments | By - November 6, 2011

SEMA 2011: Corvette Racing C6.R GT1 Tribute Car

You know we love Corvette Racing here on CorvetteBlogger and whenever we see a tribute to the yellow and black C6.Rs, we have to stop and take a closer look. This particular Corvette was found outside the main entrance to the SEMA show and was a constant source of admiration from attendees who were passing

  Comments | By - November 3, 2011

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