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Corvette Today Podcast Latest Corvette News

Wow....there is so much Corvette news coming out right now.   Keith Cornett from CorvetteBlogger.com joins your host, Steve Garrett to cover it all. https://anchor.fm/steve-garrett/epis...e-2021-e12kai2  Check out some of the headlines below....
1.  GM Cancels June Allocation – 3000 status orders to be completed
2.  Chevrolet releases details and pricing on 2022 Corvette
3.  Chevrolet will offer a Corvette C8.R Special Edition for 2022
4.  2022 C8 Corvette Visualizer is now live
5.  Right-hand drive C8’s arrive in Japan and revealed at Fuji Speedway
6.  Ordering Opens in Australia and New Zealand
7.  GM still working out details for 2023 Racing Program
8.  Juan Pablo Montoya loves the Indy 500 pace car C8 Corvette!
9.  With C8 details out for 2022, the Z06 will most likely be a 2023 model
10.  Pre-owned Corvette pricing up 34% in the last year
...and there's lots more!  Don't miss this episode of CORVETTE TODAY.
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BoP Tweaks Ahead of Long Beach

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  • BoP Tweaks Ahead of Long Beach

    BoP tweaks

    https://www.corvetteblogger.com/2019...ch-grand-prix/
    IMSA has made minor changes to the Balance of Performance (BoP) tables ahead of next weekend’s Bubba Burger Grand Prix of Long Beach.



    The new changes were issued on Wednesday and for GT LE Mans, and Corvette Racing’s C7.Rs were unchanged from the previous BoP set prior to Sebring.

    The Porsche 911 RSRs receives a 10kg weight break but will also have a reduction of 2 liters of fuel capacity to 95 liters total.

    The Ford GTs will see a reduction in turbo boost across all RPMs and will lose 1 liter of fuel capacity to 89 liters total.


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    Give me a break, that the Porsche’s get a weight break. Yet, the C7.R gets nothing.

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