Science Helps Quadriplegic Drive a Corvette Once Again
Semi-Autonomous Motorcar technology helps a former IndyCar driver get behind the wheel of a Corvette once again.
It’s hard to imagine a more uplifting Corvette story than that of former IndyCar driver Sam Schmidt’s recent Long Beach track run in a C7.
General Motors North American President Mark Reuss will drive the 2014 Corvette Stingray pace car at this weekend’s “Indy Dual in Detroit”. The Indy Dual in Detroit races include the Grand-AM and IndyCar races on Belle Isle this Saturday and Sunday. Reuss is a lifelong racing enthusiast and its been said that he keeps a
Team Penske driver Ryan Briscoe averaged 226.484 mph to win the pole for this Sunday’s 96th Annual Indianapolis 500. While that time guarantees he’ll be starting at the head at the field, there are some other benefits that the Indy pole sitter enjoys like getting the opportunity to run some hot laps in the 2013