While many of us can only dream of experiencing this famous track, the Baden-Württemberg International Corvette Club based in Germany recently took the trip of a lifetime there, experiencing everything that the Nurburgring has to offer and then some behind the wheels of their Corvettes.
by Lindsey Fisher on September 6, 2012
The Woodward Dream Cruise rolled through its 18th anniversary with more than 1 millions spectators and tens of thousands of classics, hot rods, muscle cars and late-model tuner vehicles. It’s a spectacle like no other in the car world. If you’ve never attended, don’t worry. We were there to cover the entire even
On a recent balmy, sunny Southeastern Friday, just under 50 cars competed in the Grassroots Motorsports (GRM) 2012 Ultimate Track Car Challenge (UTCC). The event happens every year at the historic, scenic and exhilarating Virginia International Raceway, between South Boston and Danville, Virginia.
The 2012 version of the Bloomington Gold Corvette Show took place last weekend in St. Charles, Illinois. Chamber of Commerce weather, a fantastic setting, and spectacular cars all combined to produce yet another memorable late-June celebration of Corvettes.
by Lindsey Fisher on June 19, 2012
The rodding scene is changing these days, with more and more young rodders getting into the scene with newer and newer vehicles. That’s why Goodguys is including Super Sunday at most of their events this year and the modern models that represented Colorado this year were anything but ordinary.
Once a year, The American Street Car Series rolls into Southern California for an all-out war on the asphalt. Thanks to the pro-touring scene, this sport is gaining in popularity among muscle car enthusiasts all across the country. We were there to cover the entire event. For more, click here for all the action!
by Bobby Kimbrough on May 8, 2012
The Revved Up 4 Kids Charity Weekend presented by Edelbrock has gotten larger and more spectacular every year. This year we were there to cover all the action from both days. Check it out here.
by Paul Huizenga on April 6, 2012
The actual racing was 50′s-simple; from a rolling start, the cars accelerated at part throttle to a start cone a few hundred feet down the asphalt, pacing each other at whatever speed they’d agreed upon, then hit the throttle for a wide-open blast to the cone marking the finish line a half-mile distant.
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 John Gibson on December 9, 2011
New for the 2011 Southeastern Nationals was the Goodguys Super Sunday Get-Together. Starting Sunday morning, the folks at Goodguys opened the gates for any American made or American powered cars, and shed the 1972 cutoff. You’ve got to see some of the rides that showed up at the Southeastern Nats.
by John Gibson on November 21, 2011
We compiled a list (in no particular order) of the Top Ten rides from the Goodguys Southeastern Nationals. Keep in mind that the possibility that we didn’t see all 2,000 rides still exists, but these are the ones that caught our attention for obvious reasons.
by John Gibson on November 18, 2011
Every October Charlotte Motor Speedway is flooded by over 2,000 of the most rare and powerful hot rods one will ever see. They all converged at the speedway recently for the 19th annual Goodguys Southeastern Nationals.
by Andrew Wolf on September 22, 2011
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.
We’re on the property in Effingham, Illinois for the 2011 Mid America Motorworks Corvette Funfest 2011, and we will be bringing you news and information from the ‘fest all weekend long. Keep your browser pointed to CorvetteOnline.com for all the updates!
It’s time again for the one and only Holley LS Fest at Beech Bend Raceway in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the home of the Corvette and host to the quickest LS-powered vehicles on earth this weekend.
by Don Roy on July 11, 2011
Corvette Racing crew and drivers had their work cut out for them after a chain reaction accident damaged both Compuware Corvette C6.Rs just 20 minutes into the race at Lime Rock Park this weekend.
by Rick Seitz on June 21, 2011
Last year, Lou Gigliotti of LG Motorsports broke the previous record time for Corvettes (3:33.47) in his mildly modified 2010 ZR1. Of course when we say mildly modified, what we really mean is Lou initially spec’d his car up by installing a few simple bolt-ons and the required safety equipment…
by Don Roy on June 13, 2011
The 79th running of the 24 hour endurance race in Le Mans, France, was an event-filled affair and the Corvette Racing team was not exempt. Following the loss of the #74 Corvette, nearly 16 hours into the race, the #73 car was one lap down from the class leader. The team set about to re-take the lead.
In what has to be one of the fastest turnarounds for the ALMS circus, the Long Beach Grand Prix afforded little time for teams to adapt to the 1.97-mile, 11-turn temporary road course. Less than 72 hours after the paddock opened to all competitors, ALMS teams were loading their transporters to head home.
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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.