Tag: burnout

Corvette Spins Near Crowd at Cars and Coffee

Burnouts are fun and all, but as with all types hooning, there’s a chance for things to go wrong even in a slow car. Throw a Corvette, a crowd, and an ego into the mix, and suddenly the chance for stupid goes through the roof. Take this spin out in the middle of the street […] More »

  Comments | By - June 4, 2012

Turkish Corvette Burnouts End with a Resounding FAIL

At this rather large gathering of car enthusiasts in Turkey, we see a black C6 Corvette doing some impressive burnouts and donuts. As the Corvette wraps up its little show for the crowd, two other cars get in the act including an unknown maroon sedan with the obligatory passenger with a handycam hanging out the

  Comments | By - April 19, 2012

2012 Carbon Flash ZR1 Burns Rubber for Charity

This gorgeous Carbon Flash 2012 Corvette ZR1 Centennial Edition will be raffled to benefit the Susan G. Komen foundation. Shot on location at the Autobahn Speedway in Joliet, Illinois, drifter Ryan Tuerck puts the Michelin PS2 Cup tires to the test as he recreates the famous Komen pink ribbon logo on asphalt with burnt rubber.

  Comments | By - February 29, 2012

Lew Stitely’s 1953 Corvette: “The Tijuana Taxi”

by Keith CornettCorvette Blogger Let’s kick off 2012 right with a morning burnout courtesy of Lew Stitely’s 1953 Corvette gasser dubbed the Tijuana Taxi. This classic first-year Corvette was doing its thing out at Beaver Springs Dragway in PA and the video features several awesome burnouts, dry hops and a nine second quarter-mile run! According […] More »

  Comments | By - January 3, 2012

Morning Burnout: Outrageous Corvette Z06 in Times Square

With its theaters, shows and restaurants, Times Square in New York City is the live entertainment capital of the world. Each day, hundreds of thousands of people visit the area around 42 Street and Broadway to take in the shows and see the sights. On one recent summer evening, onlookers watched as the driver of

  Comments | By - August 16, 2011

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