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1938 Maserati Race Car Added to National Historic Vehicle Register


On race day at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway this year six historic racing cars took a lap around the Brickyard before the green flag dropped on the 500-mile race. One of the cars-a 1938 Maserati 8CTF-was truly a unique machine. It is the only racing car in history to win the Indianapolis 500 more than once.  Several drivers have won the 500 more than once, but not in the same car.

This Italian-built...
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Chevrolet Celebrates the Story of Mo'ne Davis

Thirteen-year-old Mo'ne Davis and her 70-mile per hour fastball wowed America this past summer. Many people know about her on-field accomplishments. However her story off the field celebrates life's possibilities not only for herself but also for millions of girls like her.

During Game One of the 2014 World Series on FOX, Chevrolet debuted a 60-second spot celebrating one of the most positive and inspiring sports stories in recent memory. The full documentary...
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New Corvette Stingray Becomes Art Canvas


A brand new 2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray was transformed into a canvas on wheels recently when three General Motors automotive designers used paint bottles and brushes to create a ?performance art car? as part of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) Gala Fundraiser.

"Creativity is the basis of everything in life, from fine arts to innovation, from design to manufacturing," said Ed Welburn, GM vice president of Global Design and honorary chairman of the...
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Chevrolet Fights Breast Cancer for the Fourth Straight Year


Chevrolet employees, dealers' and customers are uniting to battle breast cancer this month for the fourth consecutive year. All told, they hope to exceed the $1.1 million raised in 2013 through Chevrolet's nationwide grassroots support for the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer program.

The towers of GM's Renaissance Center global headquarters in Detroit will glow in bands of pink during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to recognize breast cancer...
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Corvette Racing Pioneer Dr. Dick Thompson Passes Away


Think of the great names in that pantheon of those who earned eternal reputations with the Chevrolet Corvette in its formative years: Zora Arkus-Duntov, Dick Guildstrand, Bill Mitchell, and, of course, Dr. Dick Thompson. Dr. Dick, The Flying Dentist from Washington, D.C., was arguably the greatest pure Corvette racer ever.

Dr. Dick died recently at the age of 94...
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Berger Boys Sweep NHRA Doubleheader

Last week, inclement weather forced the NHRA to move the elimination rounds of the Carolina Nationals to this week's event at Dallas. The NHRA lost no time in proclaiming that they were going to have a "Doubleheader in Dallas" and complete the Carolina race in conjunction with conducting the Dallas race.

That would prove to be an excellent move for the members of the Gray Motorsports/GMPartsNow.com Racing Team. The double event would...
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2015 Chevrolet Colorado ‘Build Your Own’ Site Goes Live

Prospective purchasers can now personalize their own brand-new 2015 Chevrolet Colorado with a new  "Build Your Own" site at Chevrolet.com/Colorado.

"Our truck lineup is all about giving truck buyers choice," said Tony Johnson, Colorado marketing manager. "With the Build Your Own site Colorado customers can equip their truck, request a quote, or even get a price on their trade-in."

The Colorado base extended-cab model with a standard 200-horsepower, 2.5L four-cylinder engine starts...
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Three Museum 'Sinkhole' Corvettes to be Restored

Workers use a crane to recover the first Chevrolet Corvette, the 2009 Corvette ZR-1 "Blue Devil," from the sinkhole at the National Corvette Museum on Monday, March 3, 2014. This vehicle, along with seven other Corvettes, fell into the sinkhole on February 12. The ZR-1 appears to have sustained minimal damage after its nearly 30-foot fall. The "Blue Devil" started up and drove out of the museum under its own power.

Chevrolet and the National...
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Take Five with Pro Stock’s Jonathan Gray


Jonathan Gray is campaigning for the Automobile Club of Southern California's Road to the Future Award, which signifies the NHRA Rookie-of-the-Year. With two final round appearances so far in 2014 (at Epping and Bristol) he's battling hard in the challenging NHRA Pro Stock class. After 18 races Jonathan is 10th in Mello Yello Points and has clinched a coveted entry into NHRA's Countdown to the Championship. Here is a short Q & A...
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