Bloomington Gold is the longest running continuous national Corvette show and it has set the standards by which other Corvette events are measured.
2020 will be the 48th Show for Bloomington Gold which has not lost sight of its heritage of Corvette judging, history, education and family entertainment. It is this unique formula that has made Bloomington Gold “The Granddaddy of Corvette Shows.”
Held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway the last full weekend in June, events include a Special Collection of Corvettes that honor Zora Duntov, a Belgian-born American engineer whose work on the Chevrolet Corvette earned him the nickname “Father of the Corvette.” The show also includes driving events with Laps on the Track, Autocross, and a Road Tour that wraps up the show on Saturday evening with a Lap on the oval, ending at the Circle Monument in Downtown Indy.
Other events include GoldMine where owners bring Corvettes for Sale, over 200 Corvette/Camaro vendors since Camaros were first invited in 2019 and welcomed back for 2020.