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Corvettes Against Cancer - 2015 Atlanta Motor Speedway

Oct
22

Steve Bracken - somewhat in trouble!

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GM Recalls 2012 C6 Manual Tranmission Corvettes With Possible Clutch Problems - Extends Warranty

Oct
03

Received this in the mail today. GM is offering 10 years 120,000 miles warranty on the manual clutch on my C6.

If you have a 2012 with a manual, you may want to check this out if they haven't already contacted you.

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John Greenwood Tribute Event in Daytona, FL. Nov 12-15

Sep
14

On a personal note I knew John Greenwood he was two stalls from my partner and my race car entry at our first IMSA race in Sebring Fl. This was our first Pro race and it taught us very quickly that we out classed by the other Corvettes entered especially John's car. As noted in the article his car was clocked at 236 MPH at Daytona. Our car would do about 175 MPH, so when he passed our car you had to make quick check of the instruments to make sure the car was still running. When he passed us it was kind of like standing on the side of the interstate and watching a car going by you at 60 MPH. John was the leader when it came to Corvette power. See website link below for details.
http://www.corvettereport.com/john-greenwood-tribute-event-in-daytona-fl...

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Saying goodbye to a legend the best way I can ...

Aug
29

Lamar Walden, rest in peace - your memories and deeds will be around forever.

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Chevy Says You Should Change Your Corvette Z06’s Oil After First 500 Miles

Aug
19

Chevrolet’s Corvette Z06 is a technological masterpiece when it comes to spinning fast laps on a track, but there does seem to be a not so positive narrative emerging about the LT4s inability to keep those track laps going without overheating or worse, having the engine granading itself.

We’ve told the tale of a Corvette Forum user named ‘lawdogg149′ whose Corvette Z06’s engine blew up with just 891 miles on the odometer while another Forum owners says his blew up with only 6 miles on it. Most recently, Fox New Reporter Gary Gastelu ended his track day early after dropping oil and “some bits and pieces” on the track.

According to Chevrolet, the issues with these cars seem to have three things in common – early production builds, oil contamination and low miles.

Read more --> http://www.corvetteblogger.com/2015/08/17/chevy-says-you-should-change-y...

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