Southeast’s Largest Corvette Show!

Come check out the Southeast’s Largest Corvette Show & Swap Meet! 38th Anniversary Winter Regional Meet, January 20th-23rd, 2016, Lakeland, FL

Become an online Eckler’s Corvette advocate!

Become an online Eckler’s Corvette advocate! Here is something you can do from the comfort of home. Work part time and become an Eckler’s Corvette online advocate! Help other customers shop for parts at Earn cash, accessories and parts for your Corvette! We’re looking for knowledgeable people, people who know Corvettes inside and out. […]

Corvette C7.R In FIA WEC

Wayne Taylor Racing, Larbre Competition Looking To Field Corvette C7.R In FIA WEC By Sam McEachern  GM Authority Next year, the Ford GT will go racing in the FIA World Endurance Championship, and if a plan between Larbre Competition team owner Jack Leconte and Wayne Taylor comes to fruition, the Corvette C7.R could be right […]

NCM Motorsports Park Hosting Youth Driving School

By Drew Singer of GM Authority National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park Hosting Youth Driving School Car enthusiasts are steeped in all manner of specs, facts and data– but does it make us better drivers? While most of us would like to think we’re handier behind the wheel than most, a quick look at this, this, […]

Chevy Corvette U.S. Sales Up

  By Chris Ecclestone of GM Authority Chevrolet dealers in the United States delivered 2,725 units of the Corvette sports car to customers during the month of August 2015, representing a year-over-year growth of 1.72 percent. Compared to the previous sales month of July 2015 during which dealers delivered 2,794 units, Corvette sales were down 69 units. […]

Noisy Corvettes

By Sean Szymkowski.  From GM Authority: National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park Fined $100 for Continuous Noise Violation. Continued drama between the residents of Clark Circle and the National Corvette Museum Motorsports Park has only heightened with the news of a $100 noise violation fine served to the facility. The Bowling Green Daily News reports last Thursday […]

National Corvette Museum Skydome Update

By Sean Szymkowski Corvette aficionados won’t have much longer to wait: the National Corvette Museum’s Skydome will be reopening in a few short weeks. It’s been a long, daunting process, however. We’ve kept you in the loop on the progress throughout construction, but we’re glad to see the project completed after a gigantic sinkhole opened […]

Gulf Oil Corvette Race Car

By Francisco Cruz The 1962 Gulf Oil Corvette Race Car sold for $1.65 million at a recently held RM Sotheby’s auction. It was sold with eight other first and second generation Chevrolet Corvettes that made up the Andrews Collection, yet the Gulf Oil Corvette generated more than half of the total value of the collection. […]

Corvette Returned 43 Years Later

Corvette Returned 43 Years After Theft To Grateful Owner Three months ago, we brought you the story of Terry Dietrich and her 1972 Chevrolet Corvette — the one she bought at age 19, had stolen six months later and was found 43 years afterwards by a car restorer in North Carolina. At the time, it […]

Jeff Gordon To Pace The 500 In A Z06

By Drew Singer Five-time Brickyard 400 winner and four-time NASCAR Sprint Cup Champion Jeff Gordon will pace this year’s Indianapolis 500 on May 24 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. You’ve probably already guessed what he’ll pilot: A Corvette Z06 with a seven-speed manual. Not bad. For those keeping score at home, this will be the […]