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With no run-off areas and steep cliffs lining the course, the Spectre 341 Challenge hillclimb race demands respect, not just a fast car. This year's winner, Lou Gigliotti, brought both.
Callaway Cars may be headquartered in Old Lyme, Connecticut, but we travelled to Hastings, Nebraska to sample one of its latest offerings—a 606-horsepower Grand Sport coupe.
This 2007 Z06's engine has experienced a dramatic buildup of power and Atomic Orange paint has infiltrated its cockpit—exactly the explosive appeal its owner was looking for.
A street car with a 205-mph top speed is certainly deserving of some additional driver training, which is why Bondurant offers its ZR1 Control Course—and why we recently enrolled.
With an 800-horsepower engine, race-ready suspension and lots of lightweight carbon fiber, this C6 Z06 has all the bases covered.
The ZR1 is the undisputed king of the Corvette lineup, but now you can order a Z06 with many of its go-fast goodies. Question is, how much do the Z07 and CFZ option packages cut into the ZR1 speed advantage?
A Katech employee leverages his company’s talents to build a 650-horsepower Z06—without using a blower.
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.
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.
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