If you’re reading this website, there is a good chance that you’ve heard of Corvettes at Carlisle. The annual event attracts more than 5,000 Corvettes to the Carlisle Fairgrounds in Pennsylvania, making it the largest gathering of ‘Vettes in the entire world. It’s essentially the mecca of Corvette events and even though GM Authority couldn’t make it out this year, the always obscure and usually funny Regular Car Reviews was in attendance.
Regular Car Reviews normally sticks to carrying out zany reviews of their viewer’s cars (some of which have been Corvettes) but they are slowly moving into covering auto shows and events, such as Corvettes at Carlisle. RGR says Corvettes at Carlisle is one of the friendlier and more welcoming automotive events they’ve been to. No one was arguing whose car was better and no one was leaning on other people’s rides or putting their hands all over them. It’s just a friendly gathering for Corvette enthusiasts of all kinds to get together and talk about their favorite car.
The video gets a little weirder after RGR covers the basics. They go on about vendors asking them to fix a light, a Corvette parts auction and how the show-goers reacted to a cut-away C7 Corvette General Motors had on display. It’s all very funny, entertaining and a little weird. What else would you expect from RGR? If you’ve ever been to Corvettes at Carlisle, this fresh perspective on the event may be a bit humorous to you. Check out the video below.