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Chris Demorro Freelancer

Christopher DeMorro is a freelance writer and journalist from Connecticut with two passions in life; writing and anything with an engine. This has led him to pursue a full time career as a freelancer with a focus on motor vehicles of all kinds.


Kevin and Linda Helmintoller donated their Mallett Corvette to the National Corvette Museum around Thanksgiving. Now it sits in the bottom of a sinkhole, causing the couple to drive 13 hours seeking closure.

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The National Corvette Museum has decided to induct MacDonald into its Hall of Fame, along with John Heinricy, an 11-time SCCA Champion who drove and helped develop racing Corvette programs.

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How does the Corvette Stingray stack up against the best cars Britain is building? Anthony Reid goes to the Goodwood estate for this hill-climbing comparison video.

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A sinkhole occurred beneath none other than the National Corvette Museum’s “Skydome,” home to the Hall of Fame and dozens of valuable, irreplaceable Corvettes. At least eight of these cars have been swallowed.

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Want a 2014 Corvette Stingray, but don’t want to pay full price? If you’re handy, and don’t mind missing air bags, refurbing this busted 2014 Corvette in striking Laguna Blue might not be a bad idea.

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Now you can feel like part of the action, thanks to this helmet camera video from Tommy Milner, taken during a testing session prior to the 24 Hours of Daytona.

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Ralph Gilles made it clear that the new Viper was never built to compete with the Corvette. He then goes on to outline all of the differences between the Viper and ‘Vette. But does all that really matter?

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Corvette Chief Engineer Tadge Juechter explained that there are a number of items that have to be recalibrated before GM can make the Z06′s 8-speed auto available to all Corvette buyers.

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While Corvette Museum officials have been quiet on progress thus far, construction on the first functional parts of the track are set to complete in August of this year, and events are already being scheduled.

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On 7 PSI of boost and running 93 octane fuel straight out of a gas pump, the twin-turbo HPE700 Corvette laid down 608 horsepower at the wheels, which even by conservative estimates translates close to 700 ponies.

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The 2015 Corvette has exclusive first rights to the Performance Data Recorder system, but eventually it could come to other vehicles or different automakers once the agreement with Cosworth expires.

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Is there such a thing as “too much horsepower”? If there is, we haven’t seen it yet…

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The chief engineer on the Corvette C7 has said that a new ZR1 model was not in the plans, but a stripped-down Corvette Z06X could be in the works.

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While Harley Earl retired from GM in 1958, he was still on good enough terms to order a pair of custom 1963 Corvette Stingrays, including a one-off Pink Pearl coupe for his wife, Sue, which goes up for sale soon.

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The covers have been pulled back on the 2015 Corvette Z06 and C7.R race car, and what can we say, other than we are absolutely head-over-heels in love with these two sexy Chevy sports cars?

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Ronald Francis Kelly, 49, of Sebring, Florida, was caught by police and charged with unauthorized use of a vehicle for driving a 2011 Chevy Corvette that wasn’t his with a lady friend on board.

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