The 2019 Corvette ZR1 has been making waves since it started getting driven around on the streets, and taking down a Dodge Demon and beating it at its own game really shows how capable it is. Have a listen to this week’s show for more!
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- The Dodge Demon was the fastest production quarter mile king, until the 2019 Corvette ZR1 lines up against it right after it broke the stock tire record! As I said, “unstoppable”.
- The National Corvette Museum is a great place for any automotive enthusiast to visit, and it is scheduled to undergo a major expansion in 2021.
- VetteCast fully endorses Dr. Jamie Meyer for SEMA board of Directors. If you are a SEMA Member, vote for Dr. Jamie Meyer here!
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- Enjoy this brief technical article about of the new LT5 engine , and have a look at this massive David Kimble cutaway image so you can see every detail of the 755-hp warrior!
- Corvette Racing at Mid-Ohio: Garcia and Magnussen Back on the Podium! The next race is a big one, the 24 Hours of Le Mans on June 16-17. Don’t miss it!
- Watch the Corvette grow up before your very eyes in this video showing the evolution of the Corvette in 5 minutes:
- Here’s a great quote on C8 Corvette updates courtesy of LSXMag:
It may be a while before we have any official news on the release of this mid-engine beauty, but if Chevy’s most recent tease is any indication, we may see them as soon as 2019. The manufacturer did end their production year for the 2018 Corvette earlier than usual, starting their 2019 production in the first month of 2018, but according to industry experts, the 2019 model doesn’t offer any major changes from the 2018 – and it’s definitely not the mid-engine that we’re all waiting for.
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