Every year, the National Corvette Museum starts off its event season with the Michelin NCM Bash, an event where Corvette fans get to have a closer look at the next model year Corvette along with other interesting and fun activities. This year’s 3-day event is set for April 28th to the 30th and online registration is now open until April 13th at 8 AM, local time.
This year enthusiasts will get to see the new 2017 Corvette Stingray with seminars featuring speakers discussing updates and changes for the new model. Engineers and designers from GM’s Warren Tech Center, Milford Proving Ground, and the Bowling Green Assembly Plant will be present and available for questioning.
One nifty event is the LT4 engine-building demonstration by BGAP Rob Nichols and Brian Lee, who will rebuild the engine by hand. Other activities include classroom sessions led by GM certified Corvette Technicians, who will cover training on C5s, C6s, C7s. There’s also guided road tours, two celebrity choice car shows, the Ladies’ Oasis, and the expanded Garage Party with women of the GM Corvette Team. During the party, the ladies will discuss all things Corvette, including maintenance, engineering, as well as high performance driving.
There’s lots more to look forward to, so set your calendars if you’re a Corvette enthusiast or want to understand a Corvette enthusiast’s passion. Costs of the event are $15 for lifetime members, $20 for members, and $30 non-members. You can find out more about the event here.