How-To Spotlight: Tracking Your Corvette on a Budget
Tracking your Corvette may not take as much effort as you would imagine. You can start your race career right here.
As most of us know, the Corvette, for the better part of the last 50 or so years, has been basically track ready straight off the assembly line. You could argue that it has been track ready for longer than that. And you probably could convince quite a few people that you are right. Regardless, the car truly is getting better and better each generation. Still, most standard Corvette owners are not likely going to take their car and run a true track. But maybe you are one of the few that fit in another mold. You are one who enjoys the speed and challenge of a road course. You probably consider yourself an “aggressive” driver, but in a good way, of course. And in the back of your mind, you have always wanted to see what you and your Corvette could do on a track.
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So what does it take to get a Corvette track ready? Are there special modifications? Can you simply drive on to the track and start running laps? The long and short answer is yes. And no. There are a few key items that you can work through that can and will make your track day more enjoyable and safe. Take a read through today’s How-To Spotlight article. Working through the few items in this article is going to set you up for success. Of course, your abilities and the lengths you go to set up your Corvette are ultimately up to you, and your pocketbook. After reading through the article, let us know what other items you would add, we would greatly enjoy your additional input.