Unveiling of the Ron Fellows “SEMA/Spring Mountain” Z06

Legendary Corvette Racing driver Ron Fellows was deservedly inducted into the Corvette Hall of Fame earlier this month at the National Corvette Museum’s 17th Annual Labor Day Celebration, in Bowling Green, Kentucky. At the induction ceremony, Fellows was surprised by his Corvette Racing Teammates, Harlan Charles and Kirk Bennion, with a brand new 2012 Corvette Z06 Centennial Edition.

The gleaming red Corvette is dubbed the SEMA/Spring Mountain Special Edition Z06, and features many of the newly available 2012 options, like the B92 Carbon Fiber Hood. It’s likely that this car will get to see plenty of track time at the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School at Spring Mountain (which is also THE performance driving school of Chevrolet…), as it gets added to Fellow’s current stable of ZR1’s and Z06’es. Check out Corvette Blogger’s original post for all the details.

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