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King of the Hill
Best known for winning a Corvette Challenge championship, Bill Cooper has turned his attention to hillclimb racing, with a 600-horsepower C5 coupe being his weapon of choice.
When this ’91 Corvette was passed from one family member to another, it was clear what needed to be done.
The new-for-2011 Z07 option package makes the Z06 handle and brake like a ZR1.
We Build Performance
The engines in the Z06 and ZR1, as well as manual-transmission Grand Sport coupes, are hand-assembled in a special facility—GM’s Performance Build Center. We take you there, and follow an LS9 build.
Corvette Grand Sport number 002 has found a new home at the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum.
Not For Sale
You’ve already heard us extol the C5 Z06 as one of the best performance-car values on the planet, so this time we thought we’d let an owner sing its praises.
Fork in the Road
We explore two paths to big horsepower: One starts with less and adds more, the other starts with more and adds less. Both involve LMR-tuned C6 Corvettes.
First French Foray
Five decades ago, the Chevrolet Corvette made its debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The Real McCoy
Though the ’56 Corvette’s redesigned bodywork gets most of the attention, the changes made beneath the skin were even more significant: They made this Chevrolet a legitimate sports car.
Day at the Museum
When Hank Kieller ordered his ’09 ZR1, he put a check mark next to option R8C, which meant he would take delivery at the National Corvette Museum and visit the assembly plant in which it was made.
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