Celebrate the Best of Bloomington Gold and honor a special man, Chip Miller, and special cars at CORVETTES AT CARLISLE 2020. Corvettes at Carlisle may be the largest all-Corvette themed weekend in the world, but Bloomington Gold, held each June in Indiana, is known as the Grand Daddy of Corvette events. For one summer only, the two brands come together to showcase a very special display: CHIP’S CHOICE: CORVETTES AT CARLISLE. Spanning August 27-30, Corvettes at Carlisle presented by Top Flight A...Read More
NASH-HEALEY: FIRST AMERICAN SPORTS CAR
The early 1950s Nash-Healey was the first post-war production two-seat sporty car from a major American automaker. Before there was a Corvette, there was the two-place Nash-Healey produced and marketed for the American market between 1951 and 1954 by Nash-Kelvinator Corporation It utilized the then-new Nash Ambassador powertrain and a European chassis and body, and served as a halo vehicle to promote sales of traditional Nash models. The NASH-HEALEY: FIRST AMERICAN SPORTS CAR was the byproduct o...Read More
KARTING: SALTY DOG GP & THE FUTURE OF AMERICAN RACING!
Go find yourself a Kart track this weekend. No, it's not “real” racing, but for millions of Americans it's the only first-hand motorsports experience they'll ever have. And that's surely better than the alternative, blogs Stephen Cox. I started late. I didn't drive in my first professional auto race until age 21. Before that, I was addicted to Go Kart racing. No, not the World Karting Association or the National Karting Alliance. I'd never heard of them. My Karting career began by paying fiv...Read More