Corvette Fail: “That’s a Hit and Run Baby!”
Like we haven’t seen this happen before. Corvette driver decides to show off while leaving a car gathering and all hell brakes loose. At least we know the windshield wipers work. The driver throws the Corvette into a burnout while pulling out of a parking lot but ends up spinning around and facing the way
Anyone who has fallen in love with the corvette in the past twenty years should have pretty solid love of the LS series motor. It (and it’s many variations) have been at the heart of the ‘vette since the C5. It’s great, obviously… But what if it was a v12?
“Fast Phil” Currin used his savvy brain to become one of the steadiest Corvette racers of the 1970s. He paid just $1,900 for his red 1963 split-window some 47 years ago. Now 67, Currin and his Corvette – nicknamed “Giantkiller” when he made a habit of beating newer, flashier cars – made an appearance at
One of the most remarkable transformations that Chevrolet has made with the new Corvette is the completely redesigned interior. Premium materials and lots of technology will surely quiet the detractors from previous models. Here is the interior design seminar held by Ryan Vaughan and Lucy Lahood at the 2013 National Corvette Museum’s Bash in Bowling
The opening seminar at the 2013 National Corvette Museum’s Bash Event was the C7 Corvette Chassis Development with Mike Bailey and Jim Mero. Bailey talks about the design and engineering aspects of the new chassis while Mero’s focus was test driving to tune and refine the driving experience. We’re starting to get into the wonkish