Corvettes at Carlisle is the biggest all-Corvette event in the country, with a show, parade, competitions, shopping, and much more. If you’re a Corvette owner or enthusiast, you have to check it out this summer. Lucky for you, you can start your planning early because registration for the event is already open!
by Lindsey Fisher on April 10, 2012
For folks looking for a hot performing camshaft that delivers great performance and wild camshaft idle, the Thumpr Cams could be the right call. We use and abuse our test 350 small-block mule on the dyno with four COMP Cam swaps and give you all the numbers. Which one is best for you?
Lunati’s “Great Cam Giveaway” is a 3 month-long contest – starting today, March 15 – where they – in partnership with powerTV – will be handing out 30 camshafts in over 90 days. Love free parts? Of course you do. Read to learn how to enter!
Goodguys is a way of life. Where else can you see some of the country’s baddest builds, meet your favorite suspension or aftermarket superhero, take a hot lap on the autocross course, and grab a corn dog? Chances are you can’t unless you’re headed to Goodguys. We’ve got the details on Goodguys’ 2012 Season O
by Bobby Kimbrough on January 17, 2012
Jim Moyer has an eye for details and a love of miniature engines. It was only natural that the two passions came together to build the world’s most accurate and smallest running 327ci Corvette miniature engine, ever. We’ve even got video of the replica running like the real thing!
by Lindsey Fisher on January 9, 2012
Chevrolet invited independent filmmakers to try their hand at creating commercials to air at this year’s Super Bowl. Though these submissions didn’t win, they’re pretty damn cool – We can’t wait to see what finally makes the cut!
by Lauren Hargrove on January 4, 2012
Every year, Corvette drivers will brave the elements and attempt to navigate their high performance sports cars through snowdrifts and down icy streets. And every year, they will fail in ways that are simultaneously sad and entertaining to watch. These are those drivers…
by Clifton Klaverweiden on December 22, 2011
There is nothing in the world like starting an engine that you’ve built with your own two hands for the first time. The all original, numbers matching 327/360 horsepower Fuelie small block (and rolling chassis) you see in the video belong to a very special, and rare 1963 Corvette Z06. Click to find out more…
by Lindsey Fisher on December 18, 2011
We love carbon fiber and no one can argue that the Corvette would be better off without it. But the Vette may not be the only GM production vehicle to feature carbon fiber components in the future. According to GM News, a partnership with Teijin Limited may make carbon fiber appear even on mainstream vehicles.
If you’ve ever been to a Goodguys event, you’re sure to get your belly’s worth of some of the country’s greatest car builds, and an eye-full of an amazing display of car vs. car action on the autocross, all while meeting some great, like-minded folks along the way.
Based on what they hinted were leaked photos, here’s what Jalopnik thinks the C7 ZR1 will look like. More evolutionary than revolutionary from the front, but from the windshield back it’s a whole different ballgame. Is this what’s in store for the next-gen Corvette?
While both cars performed remarkably well in Germany, results at Nurburgring aren’t everything when it comes to determining which car is the better vehicle. Thanks to Auto Rivals, we take a look at all the factors in the hopes of determining a true answer to the question of which car is better.
by Bobby Kimbrough on September 29, 2011
With mechanical fuel pumps being redesigned to pump more volume at a higher rate than the stock versions of the muscle car era, why would you want to upgrade to an electric fuel pump? We take a good look at Holley’s new billet inline electric fuel pumps in this product review.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on September 27, 2011
Corvette Funfest 2011 in Effingham, Illinois was an incredible time for Corvette owners and enthusiasts, and powerTV was lucky enough to have the event’s “Chief Cheerleader”, Mid America Motorworks’ own Mike Yager give us a full rundown of all the event’s highlights.
by Chris Demorro on September 15, 2011
There are a lot of strange rides on eBay. But are any of them as strange as this rat-rod Corvette? Bull horns included.
by Clifton Klaverweiden on September 14, 2011
It seems that more and more shops are beginning to take late model Chevrolets and restyle the body to resemble models from the Pony Car heyday of the 60’s, and RK Motors, out of Charlotte, North Carolina, is one such shop who recently listed this very unique 2003 Corvette for sale with a 6-figure price tag.
by Lauren Hargrove on September 8, 2011
Thanks to Irene this Corvette will certainly require a lot of reconditioning and hopefully the owner has good insurance. This guy is to be applauded for keeping his sense of humor throughout the ordeal, but next time he will probably move his car to higher ground and consider a pair of boardshorts.
From very humble beginnings, Mike Yager went from being a tool and die maker in Southern Illinois to a world wide recognized authority in the Corvette brand. Today, Mid America Motorworks is a leading supplier of Corvette parts and accessories, and we got to pick the brain of their Chief Cheerleader.
by Lauren Hargrove on July 27, 2011
Wind resistance is a cruel mistress – when trying to set top speed records, just throwing more and more horsepower at the problem isn’t good enough, because the energy required goes up exponentially with speed. Plus, there’s the non-trivial issue of stability to contend with, too.
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by Lauren Hargrove on June 2, 2011
At the most recent Texas Mile competition, a new Corvette standing mile record was set by LMR (Late Model Racecraft). According to Corvette Blogger, the guys from LMR managed to make a 231 MPH run despite a 31 MPH head wind.