Rick Hendrick Contributes $100,000 to the Corvette Museum’s Motorsports Park
Rick Hendrick (L) with Corvette Museum Director Wendell Strode (R) A long-time friend has stepped up to the plate for the National Corvette Museum’s proposed Motorsports Park. Rick Hendrick recently made a $100,000 donation to the park through his Hendrick Automotive Group. Hendrick says he is proud to be associated with the track’s message of
After the tsunami of activity surrounding the Woodward Dream Cruise, Corvettes at Carlisle, and Labor Day weekend, we’ve finally had a chance to study up on the sales data from the Monterey auctions last month. Each of the 5 major auction houses realized a healthy bump in sales numbers over 2011. Included in their plump
Photo Credit: ALMS.com The future of sports car racing in North America just got a bit more interesting with Wednesday’s announcement that NASCAR’s Grand-AM Series and the American Le Mans Series would merge into one entity beginning in 2014. Also included in the merger is Road Atlanta and the racing lease on Sebring International Raceway.
A lifelong love of Chevrolet and Corvettes has put a Pennsylvania man in the record books. Charlie Mallon’s mom says he could tell a Corvette from other cars by the time he was 3 years old. Fittingly, she gets the credit for helping him get started with his record-setting collection of Chevrolet memorabilia that now
We’ve closed the hood on yet another Corvettes at Carlisle show weekend. The 31st annual event was held last weekend at the Carlisle Fairgrounds in Carlisle, PA. After a shortened event last year due to Hurricane Irene, we were glad to see this show back firing on all cylinders. Great weather nearly all weekend provided