If you had the chance to get driven around the National Corvette Museum’s brand new track at their recently-completed Motorsports Park by ALMS, IMSA and NASCAR legend Ron Fellows, you’d probably be ecstatic. One Corvette fan recently had that exact opportunity, but he didn’t quite understand who it was driving him at the wheel.
Ron Fellows has driven for Corvette Racing at Le Mans, is an accomplished road course driver in NASCAR and currently owns a chain of performance driving schools called – you guessed it, Ron Fellows Performance Driving Schools. He is a close friend of Dale Earnhardt Jr. and is well-respected in the racing community.
As Fellows is casually driving around the track at speed, his passenger appears to be having a great time, commenting on how impressed he is with the car and on Fellows’ driving. When it’s all over, the passenger introduces himself, as does Fellows. We don’t blame our humble passenger for not knowing who Fellows is, but it is a bit humorous when he calls him Rob instead of Ron.
Check it out in the video below. If you’ve also been curious as to what the NCM Motorsports Park’s recently-completed track looks like, this video will also give you a pretty good idea.