The Race & Performance Expo, celebrating its sixth year in 2013, returned over the weekend to the sprawling Pheasant Run Resort in St. Charles, Il., just a short drive from downtown Chicago, and with it came not one, but two popular new additions to the mix for show attendees.
If 2013 is anything like 2012 was for the Corvette Racing team, it will make for some exciting motorsports action! Here’s the schedule for all the events on the team’s to-do list…
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 Nationals
by Rick Tavel on January 10, 2013
The Barrett-Jackson auctions are a must-attend for any true car nut, even if you’re just window shopping and never bid. But how does a first-timer survive the sensory overload with sanity intact? Read on and find out…
by Paul Lambert on December 20, 2012
Again this year, Santa and some of his helpers in their hot rods, custom cars and street machines bring toys and happiness to underprivileged kids and their families in Henderson Nevada.
by Michael Harding on October 16, 2012
Car shows are great entertainment for a weekend activity. The “All American Pow Wow” being held in Seaport Village in San Diego invites automotive enthusiasts from all walks of life. Beautiful scenery and awesome machines, who could ask for more?
by Paul Huizenga on October 15, 2012
This year’s theme was the celebration of the iconic 1963 Corvette’s 50th anniversary, and Y-body aficionados from every corner of North America gathered to enjoy a long weekend full of Corvettes, entertainment, and education. Check out our own exclusive Funfest videos!
One of the biggest feast days on the calendar of the Church of Corvette falls every year in mid-September, calling the faithful back to the dead center of Illinois and a little town called Effingham. Thousands upon thousands of Y-body owners and fans converge there each year, and every one of them has a story…
One of the really cool things about the Install Dome is that would-be parts buyers get a chance to see (and hear) what the hardware is all about on other cars before making the leap themselves. Each Corvette that came off the lifts with the eager bark of a new set of pipes was another temptation…
by Diego Rosenberg on September 11, 2012
It’s only appropriate that the biggest Corvette gathering in the world gets our biggest-ever event coverage – check out the hundreds of photos in our in-depth look at this year’s Carlisle meet!
Once again, we’re bringing you all the excitement and action from Bowling Green, Kentucky for the 2012 Holley LS Fest all weekend long!
by Lindsey Fisher on September 6, 2012
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.
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.
This weekend was a wild one for Corvette Racing. After fighting for first place all race long, the No. 3 Corvette of Garcia and Magnussen had to settle for second place, but not before a surprise coming from the post-race tech inspection…
by Lindsey Fisher on July 10, 2012
Corvette Racing went into the July 7th American Le Mans Northeast Grand Prix at Lime Rock Park with the hopes of better luck than they had at the 24 Hours of Le Mans and that’s exactly what they got for the full 2 hours and 45 minutes of racing Saturday, finishing in respectable 2nd and 3rd-place positions.
by Lindsey Fisher on July 5, 2012
Chevrolet has done it once again, beating out the competition to take its seventh win in the Daytona Prototype class of the Grand-Am Rolex series over the weekend. But DP wasn’t the only class Chevy took.The American automaker also scored its second win and fifth top three finish in the Grand Touring class as well
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.
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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.