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Andrew Wolf Associate Editor

Andrew has been involved in motorsports from a very young age. Over the years, he has photographed several major auto racing events, sports, news journalism, portraiture, and everything in between. After working with the PowerTV staff for some time on a freelance basis, Andrew joined the team in 2010.


At the SEMA Show, the team at Wilwood unveiled their new W6AR Radial Mount brake calipers, which are a 6-piston caliper design with a nickel plated finish. Wilwood offers these parts with stainless or Thermlock pistons, and in a black or red powdercoat finish.

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Among the featured new products being showcased in the Ferrea booth are their new lightweight, Tool Steel Retainers for the Ford 4.6L, 5.0L, and GM LS family of high performance engines, which according to Urrutia, have double the lifespan of a similarly designed retainer made of titanium.

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These new Stage I and II clutch kits for the Corvette and Camaro feature an entirely new, much thicker cover with a 3/16-inch stamping, which Exedy proudly boasts as an in-house design, rather than a remanufactured or OEM piece.

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Of particular interest to the crowd here at SEMA in the ProCar booth are Scat’s new Evolution Series 1616 suspension seats, which are designed to drop into the C4, C5, and C6 Corvette to deliver a great new look and feel to what is already one of the most stylish interiors in the mid-range sports car class.

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The GoPro HD Hero 2 sports a professional 11 megapixel sensor, a faster image processor, an improved glass lens, vastly improved low light performance, a full wide 170-degree field of view (FOV) with manual options for 127 and 90-degree views (new with the Hero 2), shoots in 1080p, 960p, and 720p high definition.

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Tim Rigby’s awesome 1962 Corvette Convertible, which, to our knowledge, was the only convertible competing at the recent Radial Revolution at the South Georgia Motorsports Park and perhaps the only small tire, heads-up car of its kind, clicked off a 5.09 at 139.49 MPH in Georgia.

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Ever wonder how an automotive supercharger is made? For those with some basic knowledge of machining, the process might be pretty straightforward, but for those that aren’t, a little look at the process is interesting, to say the least.

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Arun Ahuja recently attained his goal of reaching the eight’s in his daily-driven, factory weight (3,600 pounds) ’02 Z06 that still has all the creature comforts of air conditioning, anti-lock brakes, active handling, and power everything, rolling to an 8.88 at 160 MPH.

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The iconic fourth generation Corvette that once belonged to the late, great Leo Barnaby is currently being offered at auction on eBay, providing bidders with the chance to own not only a revolutionary and unmatched race car, but a true piece of heads-up drag racing history.

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Once completed, the Wilhelms had themselves a looker of a Corvette that proudly honored not only Anita, but the millions of breast cancer survivors all around the world. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words, and the details found in this car tell an inspiring story of survival and triumph.

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Owning a Corvette was a lifelong dream of Ohioan Glenn Watson; one that became reality in 1997. but after his passing in 2003, his wife, son, and daughter-in-law are carrying on his legacy by meticulously maintaining his prized and one-of-a-kind 1974 GM Field Project Performance Car.

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With nothing but thousands of Corvette’s as far as the eye can see, a line of Cadillac XLR’s wading through a sea of Corvette enthusiasts this morning on the way to their assigned parking space stuck out like a sore thumb, as one could imagine.

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It’s day two of Corvette Funfest 2011, with several thousand Corvette’s from all over the country expected to roll into Mid America Motorworks today, and Corvette Online will once again be bringing you all the sights from here in Effingham!

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Callaway has long been a name associated with badass Corvette’s, and their 2011 Grand Sport 3LT package is certainly no exception. This particular car, a Grand Sport Convertible, comes packed with a long list of great add-on’s, giving it show and plenty of go.

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The installation tent here at Corvette Funfest is one of the busiest stops for Corvette enthusiasts walking the grounds. Whether you want a new set of tires, new brakes, exhaust, or a myriad of other components, it can all be purchased and installed right here in this purpose-built tent.

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The Wienermobile, built upon a converted Chevrolet 4-speed/W4 Series truck chassis, is powered by a 6.0 liter, 300 HP Vortec 5700 V-8 that runs on, ahem, high-octane mustard. Hey, we just print what we’re told.

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