Congrats to our friend Mike Furman who was named an Elite Salesperson with Chevrolet for 2018. He is in Orange Co., California for Chevrolet dealers meeting and shared a really cool video from the event.
It’s basically the best teaser we’ve seen yet to promote the C8 Corvette reveal and if you ask me, this should have been public two weeks ago because it explains so much about the car and where they are with it, while not really giving anything away.
Nashville is usually the closest airport for the those flying in for business at the Bowling Green Assembly Plant. It’s usually an easy flight in and then it’s just a one-hour drive north on I65 to Bowling Green.
We came across this picture from the Corvette Forum showing a C8 Corvette prototype supposedly in the pick-up lane where we are assuming they are picking up a fellow GM’er who just arrived.
Over the last year we’ve featured a number of digital renderings of the C8 Corvette from the likes of FVS, Chazcron, bdsvavars and others who put in a huge amount time to help Corvette enthusiasts imagine what the next generation Corvette might look like.
A return to site of Corvette Racing’s 100th program victory
DETROIT (July 16, 2019) – The longest-running program in IMSA history visits the shortest venue on the calendar this weekend as Corvette Racing heads to Lime Rock Park with the rest of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
If you’re a serious Corvette enthusiast, go ahead and admit that you’ve dreamed of owning a Corvette from every year of production since Chevy started making them in 1953.
Well, here’s the next best thing.
Back in the late 1980s, a collection that included an example of every Corvette year up to that point was assembled for a VH1 contest in 1988 and eventually given away to a lucky carpenter from Long Island named Dennis Amodeo.
When you are the president of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, you are used to being surrounded by young drivers who like to go fast.
For Doug Boles, this situation was a bit different because the young driver was his 16-year-old son Carter who just got his driver’s license before the two of them embarked on a trip to Pahrump, Nevada to visit the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School at Spring Mountain.
Over the weekend we were able to share some photos from outside the Tustin, CA. Blimp Hangars which is where the next generation Corvette reveal is happening on Thursday evening. Today, thanks go out to Corvette_Nut who shared these photos showing some of the preparations happening inside the hangar.
Say what you want about the process, but Chevrolet knows how to reveal a new car, and they are going all out to make sure this is one of the most memorable car introductions in modern times.
It’s a big week for Corvette fan as the new 2020 Corvette Stingray will be officially revealed. I will be at the C8’s reveal on Thursday evening and looking forward to checking out the various “Owner” Corvettes that will be on display for the event. Hope to see the C2 generation represented!