I feel like I should just go ahead and call this the power era for the C7 because we’re getting wind of a lot of big numbers for the car.
There’s nothing that gets me more excited than hearing about new racing Corvettes in development – especially when the team at Callaway is involved.
While this week’s Corvette of the Week is not the official Sledgehammer (car #51), people commonly mistake “BoostedmaxPSI’s” 1988 Callaway Twin Turbo Corvette #57 for the famous Sledgehammer.
Callaway Cars teased us with this back in March, but now it’s official: they’re going to build the AeroWagon Concept. No, it’s not really a Ferrari FF, as you can plainly see it’s a C7 Corvette Stingray. However, it looks strikingly similar (actually, better in our opinion) to the FF, amplifying the Corvette’s European design […]
There’s no doubt that the new Gen 5 Small block engines found in the Corvette Stingray and the Chevrolet Silverado are the most technologically advanced engines that Chevrolet has ever built. But concerns about some of the new fuel savers like direct injection, variable valve timing and the active fuel management means that tuners will [...]