by John CoyleCorvette Forum Racing any kind of vehicle, whether it’s a GT-car in ALMS, a NASCAR at Daytona or a ferocious MotoGP machine, is a workout. That said, today’s cars are exponentially easier to pilot than the monsters of yesteryear. Want an example? Then check out this video of driver Christian Dick literally wrestling […]

This ’56 C1 is far from pristine. There’s a custom hood, numerous cosmetic blemishes, and the fact that the original motor has been swapped out for a ’65 327 mill. But it’s the pedigree?or stated pedigree? which we find interesting. Along with all the standard info about vehicle’s condition, the seller claims that after it […]

Click on the image for full-size18 Reasons Resemblance to the C6.R is More Than Skin Deepby Jason Giacchino Since its introduction back in 1953, there has never been a Corvette that didn’t showcase Chevrolet’s innermost desires of performance and world-class ambition (even in those dark days of the early 1980s).  To many, the 6th and […]