Corvette Thunders to a Glamorous Victory at Long Beach
The No. 10 Konica Minolta Wayne Taylor Racing Corvette DP piloted by the superstar Taylor brothers roared to victory at the Long Beach Grand Prix last weekend.
Plumes of tire smoke reaching for the skies like Old Faithful — deafening engines getting the Harlem Globe Trotter dribble off the rev limiter — Formula DRIFT’s 90-mph tail-out action is more than mesmerizing … it’s life-changing … and then there are the show cars. Finger-licking good.
As automotive journalists, we know how lucky we are to have this job. We get invited to races, previews, ride-and-drives, etc… But as Corvette Forum journalists we’re extremely fortunate to write for such a large, active, enthusiastic community. Writing about the Vette sure beats writing about the latest Toyota Camry (ooh! a new cupholder!). And […] More »
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