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Esicars Join One Acre Club

For Bill and Debbie Esicar, it was a slight twist of the arm by fellow NCCC (National Council of Corvette Clubs) members David and Linda Goebel to join the NCM Motorsports Park’s Acre Club. “We’ve been here so many times, and I was asked, so I did,” said Bill. Bill and Debbie are no stranger …

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Bowling Green Area Chamber Launches Second Year of the OnTrack Motorsports Education Initiative with New Partner National Corvette Museum

Today, the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce officially launched the second year of the OnTrack motorsports initiative with a celebration of the cars already in process. In 2015, the Chamber launched the OnTrack motorsports education initiative, in partnership with the Warren County Area Technology Center, Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College, Western Kentucky University, …

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Paying Tribute Through a Corvette

For many people, their Corvette becomes a special part of their family. Fun times are had in the car, and it is a placeholder for many fond memories. Such is the case of the Alexander family’s 1979 “Corvette Red” Corvette. The car originally belonged to Kenny Alexander, but after finding an SSR he wanted to …

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‘Keepin’ Track of Vettes’ Through Donation

If you were a hands-on, do-it-yourself Corvette enthusiast, the guy who was restoring your own car or repairing or improving your Corvette in the late 70s through 80s, chances are you flipped through or even subscribed to Keepin’ Track of Vettes. Started in 1976 by Frank Kodl and his wife Fredi, the publication was purchased …

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1956 Corvette Donated

Like most enthusiasts, Terral Wittgow remembers the first time he laid eyes on a Corvette. “I was 10 years old in 1953 and my dad took me up to the Chevrolet Dealership in Norfolk, Nebraska to look at new cars. I can remember as though it was yesterday. I went into the showroom and there …

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