On Friday, June 14th, Grand-Am Racing hit the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in Lexington, Ohio for the seventh race of the season, but while there were many manufacturers entered in the competition, the Corvette teams left little room for the success of other brands over the weekend.
by Lindsey Fisher on June 18, 2013
by Jason Reiss on March 20, 2013
Over the weekend of April 25-27, 2013, the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky will host their official kickoff for this year’s on-site event season. One of the highlights of the weekend will be the opportunity to see both the coupe and convertible C7 Stingrays right there on the property.
Now that we’re in 2013, this marks the fourth year that Holley Performance has put on the LS Fest for enthusiasts like you and I. It’s an annual tradition that’s open to all LS-powered vehicles – whether they’re a GM-produced marque or not. It’s a weekend full of high-performance LS fun, not to be missed!
The Petit LeMans at Road Atlanta turned into a battle of fuel economy, with the Compuware C6.R finishing second behind the leading Ferrari, thanks to a winning gamble on skipping the final fuel stop.
by Chris Demorro on September 18, 2012
Corvette Racing was able to clinch the 2012 American Le Mans Series champship this past weekend with a flawless performance that put drivers Oliver Gavin and Tommy Milner in first place. Chalk up another big win for Jake and the Corvette Racing crew.
by Lindsey Fisher on August 30, 2012
There’s nothing quite like piloting your rear-wheel drive Corvette in the rain, but add some race tires and a ton more horsepower, and we can’t imagine the kind of struggle it would be. But that’s exactly what racers in the European Supercar Challenge series had to endure last weekend…
Mid America Motorworks’ annual Corvette Funfest always features some amazing entertainment on Saturday night, and this year it’s going to be like your classic rock iTunes playlist on shuffle!
by Lindsey Fisher on June 19, 2012
With our full coverage of the event covering so much territory, we discovered that we had far too many pictures of the weekend festivities to cram them all into one article. We also wanted to share the full visual experience of the event with you, so we decided to dedicate a page to all the photos of RTTC.
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 Lauren Hargrove on September 2, 2011
As summer draws to a close, Mid American Motorworks’ annual Corvette Funfest is certain to carry on the spirit of summer fun through the four-day extravaganza. 2011 marks the 18th year of this gathering of all things Corvette and has proven to be an amazing experience for the entire family.
by Lindsey Fisher on August 25, 2011
There isn’t much better for race fans than a track day full of action, and that’s exactly what fans got on August 20th at the Road America race. Among a field of mostly imports and exotics, the No. 4 Corvette race car made its presence known when it took fifth after running in the lead pack all race long.
by Lindsey Fisher on July 29, 2011
The Z06 was fielded by MTI Racing, a team competing for the first time this year in the Ultimate Track Car Challenge. Amongst the grueling field of competitors, the Z06, driven by Reese Cox, was able to pull an astonishing 1:54.9 lap time around the 3.27 mile track.
by Don Roy on July 28, 2011
Looking at the back ends of Porsche 911 RSR’s is not how the Corvette Racing team wanted to start the Grand Prix of Mosport last weekend, but Oliver Gavin and Jan Magnussen managed to convert their eighth place start into the team’s first American Le Mans Series victory of the season.
by Lindsey Fisher on July 28, 2011
The Spectre 341 Challenge is one of the premiere race events that not only challenges car performance but also driver ability. The event, which takes place on Nevada’s State Highway 341, sends participants up a 5.2 mile stretch of curvy mountain roads in the ultimate test for man and machine.
by Rick Seitz on June 24, 2011
Ride along with Lou Gigliotti in the LG Motorsports ZR1 as he breaks his own record for the quickest Corvette up the mountain in the Spectre 341 Challenge…
Corvette Racing will start from fourth and sixth places on the 18-entry strong GTE Pro grid at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The team stood pat on times achieved Wednesday night, using the Thursday qualifying sessions to concentrate on preparing for the 24-hour endurance test.
Bloomington Gold is considered by many to be the granddaddy of Corvette shows. This longest-running national Corvette show is being held at the Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, IL, on June 23-26. That kind of status has not been achieved without continual improvement and the story for 2011 is no exception.
by Don Roy on April 14, 2011
After running the longest race on the 2011 ALMS calendar, teams are gathered in Long Beach, CA, for the shortest. The action-packed West Coast weekend doesn’t leave a lot of time for newcomers to get used to the 11-turn, 1.968 mile temporary street circuit. Activities for the weekend begin at 7:15 AM Friday.
by Chris Demorro on March 29, 2011
The FIA GT championship requires a lot of driving skill, but even so accidents are going to happen. Corvette Z06 driver Nicky Catsburg was spun out during a difficult battle for position, but you’ve got to see how well he saves his race from certain disaster.
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by Lindsey Fisher on March 28, 2011
The 2011 racing season has been launched with two new Corvettes and two new drivers at the Twelve Hours of Sebring as part of the American Le Mans Series, and CorvetteBlogger was there. The two C6 teams battled the field to achieve third and fourth places, making them the only non-BMW team to earn a [...]