As with purchasing any tool, utensil, machine, weapon, or device; the buyer should know how to use it. Or at the very least, take measures to learn how. The same can be said for performance cars, especially with the likes to the C7 Corvette Stingray. It’s the best selling sports car in America, but judging by the amount of Corvette fail videos on YouTube, much of the demographic seems to suffer from a lack of ability to control their vehicles properly.
With that in mind, we’re happy to write that Chevrolet will be offering huge discounts to Corvette Stingray buyers to attend the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School — as much as $1,000 – a $1,500 reduction from the standard rate. The entry fee for a Level 1 program at the driving school is three days and $3,895 without any discounts. Ron Fellows also currently offers a two-day, $1,000 program for all Stingray owners, according to the driving school’s website.
Ron Fellows Performance Driving School operates out of Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club in Pahrump, Nevada.
The discount from Chevrolet is good for one year from the retail purchase of a new Corvette Stingray and applies only to the original owner. Moreover, only one attendee per vehicle is eligible for the discount, and they are responsible for the cost of travel and accommodations, but don’t have to provide their own Stingray, as the school has its own fleet. So it’s an expensive weekend regardless. But, if you can afford a Corvette, you can most likely afford this trip, and the invaluable performance driving education that comes with it.