A ’14 Corvette Stingray will lead the field to green and the start of the 97th running of the Indy 500 on May 26th at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
This year will mark the 24th time a Chevrolet has served as the official Pace Car of the Indy 500, dating to 1948 with a Chevrolet Fleetmaster. Camaro has served in the role seven times. For Corvette it’s Number 12.

“It is an honor to help inaugurate the all-new Corvette Stingray at the hallowed Brickyard and further the legacy between Chevrolet and the Indianapolis 500,” said Jim Campbell, GM vice president of Performance Vehicles and Motorsports. “The 2014 Corvette Stingray’s performance was influenced by racing, making this prestigious assignment even more fitting.”

Along with Chevrolet’s return in 2012 as an engine supplier, the Corvette Stingray Pace Car extends a legacy at the Brickyard that dates to the racetrack’s early days. Decked out in Laguna Blue Tintcoat with official Indianapolis 500 graphics on the doors, the Stingray Pace Car differs from production models with only track-mandated safety features and strobe lights. No powertrain upgrades are required to run in front of the pack, thanks to its all-new 450-horsepower 6.2-Liter LT1 engine, enhanced with direct fuel injection, continuously variable valve timing and Active Fuel Management (cylinder deactivation).

The 2014 Corvette Stingray coupe goes on sale this fall, with a convertible – featuring a fully electronic top that can be operated remotely with the key fob – coming a few months later.
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