National Corvette Museum and NCM Motorsports Park Attain Increased Attendance for 2017

New exhibits, vintage Corvette rides, go-karts and Corvettes to drive. The National Corvette Museum and NCM Motorsports Park welcomed new attractions and even more new visitors for 2017. At the track, attendance was 60,840, while at the Museum attendance was 228,744. This is the third consecutive year of increased attendance for the Bowling Green, Kentucky …

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2018 Corvette Final Stats Release

In what was one of the shortest model years, a total of 9,686 Corvettes were produced. Production started June 5, 2017 and ends January 28, 2018. The plant was down for three months, making the 2018 model year approximately 5 months. Here’s how the options panned out: 39.3% Stingrays; 31.8% Grand Sport; 28.9% Z06 17.5% …

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National Corvette Museum Offers New Racing Experience

The National Corvette Museum now offers visitors of any age the opportunity to get behind the wheel of a Corvette for a fun and exciting racing experience. The racing simulator uses a real C6 Corvette for the cockpit, and is surrounded by three screens to provide the racetrack’s visuals. Additionally, the car is equipped to …

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NCM Motorsports Park Launches New Corporate Training Program

The NCM Motorsports Park has partnered with Dr. Eric Keeling of CI&I Consulting to create an experience that will rev up your leadership team — Corvettes and Corporate America. Their new program offers corporate training through curriculum, effective communication exercises, team building activities and leading change. The program is built around an all-inclusive racing experience …

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2018 Corvette Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

The National Corvette Museum has announced the following inductees to be recognized as part of the 21st Annual Corvette Hall of Fame ceremony in 2018: John and Burt Greenwood in the category of Racing; Tom Wallace in the category of GM/Chevrolet; and Mike Yager in the category of Enthusiast. These four individuals will be recognized …

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