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Shot in a wide range of locations, the film is simultaneously a Corvette retrospective and a travelogue of great roads and experiences.
Corvette thrust itself onto the international stage amid the 1960 running of the 24-Hours of Le Mans and this video highlights Corvette's struggle and win.
Many a competitor has learned how blazingly fast Andy Pilgrim can be in a Corvette, but now, this 2019 ZR1 Corvette and the folks at OnStar get up to speed.
Everything has a reason, and this video helps to illustrate why the manufacturers of our rides have left a little "fruit on the vine" for aftermarket tunes.
The C8.R Corvette was sighted recently making some hot laps around the Sebring course and now is a great time to hear Corvette's newest engine at full song.
The Mod shock allows users to retune the shock’s valving while it’s still on the car. There are many different valving options available for the Mod shock that allows it to work in many different applications. The valving system will allow for less time to make adjustments of the shocks.
Erich Heinig is lifting his Corvette in this video, but the reason he's doing it is much more weighty than any Corvette of any era!
Gary Pratt is more than just the co-founder of the company that builds Corvette race cars, he's a valued team member as well as a fierce competitor.
Watch this video as Zora Arkus Duntov and his engineers hand assemble the 1957 Corvette SS race car in preparation for racing at Sebring and Le Mans.
As if the Petit Le Mans wasn't stressful enough as numerous teams grapple for championships on the twisting track, now hurricane Michael plans a visit.
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