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Corvette Today’s News That “Corvette Fever” Returns

Corvette Fever magazine has not been published for a while. But Alan Colvin, a walking encyclopedia of GM cars as well as Corvette, has purchased the rights to Corvette Fever and has revived this publication! https://anchor.fm/steve-garrett/epis...-Colvin-euvkq2. Your CORVETTE TODAY host, Steve Garrett, visits with Alan to talk about the books he's written on Corvette and other GM products, his history with the old Corvette Fever magazine and how he plans to revive the publication. Plus, listen to this podcast and register to win one of 3-two year subscriptions to Corvette Fever that we're giving away exclusively on this episode! Listen to this CORVETTE TODAY podcast and win a subscription to Corvette Fever magazine!!!
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SGTMAJ USMC AUTO & TOY HAULER Joins MECF As A Featured Forum Vendor.

Welcome to SGTMAJ USMC USMC AUTO & TOY HAULER! We are so happy to have you now join us as a MECF Featured Forum Vendor. We can not wait to help your new business grow. We know you will provide a great transport service to our members and others!
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Z06 Potential Patents

As we get ready for the Z06’s debut sometime in the next year, IMO time to brush up on the 23 GM C8 patents — many of which are Z06 potentials: https://www.midenginecorvetteforum.c...alized-patents
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Formula 1: 2019 Schedule Released

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  • Formula 1: 2019 Schedule Released

    Formula 1 officials released the racing calendar for 2019, with 21 races listed, the same as this year but without the mid-season tripleheader.

    The 2018 tripleheader included the races in France, Austria and England, which were run in 2018 on June 24, July 1 and July 8, repectively. In 2019, the race at Silverstone, England will be pushed back one week.

    The season begins a week earlier than this year with the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne on March 18, with two-week gaps through until after the Canadian Grand Prix in mid-June.

    And once again, this is no mention of a second U.S. date to go with the United States Grand Prix at Austin, Texas. Plans for a Miami Grand Prix in Florida have been tabled until at least 2020.

    2019 Formula 1 schedule

    March 17 - Australian GP (Melbourne)

    March 31 - Bahrain GP (Sakhir)

    April 14 - Chinese GP (Shanghai)

    April 28 - Azerbaijan GP (Baku)

    May 12 - Spanish GP (Barcelona)

    May 26 - Monaco GP (Monaco)

    June 9 - Canadian GP (Montreal)

    June 23 - French GP (Le Castellet)

    June 30 - Austrian GP (Spielberg)

    July 14 - British GP (Silverstone)

    July 28 - German GP (Hockenheim)

    August 4 - Hungarian GP (Budapest)

    September 1 - Belgian GP (Spa)

    September 8 - Italian GP (Monza)

    September 22 - Singapore GP (Singapore)

    September 29 - Russian GP (Sochi)

    October 13 - Japanese GP (Suzuka)

    October 27 - Mexican GP (Mexico City)

    November 3 = United States GP (Austin)

    November 17 - Brazilian GP (Sao Paulo)

    December 1 = Abu Dhabi GP (Yas Marina)


    Read more: https://autoweek.com/article/formula...#ixzz5Pl1nSymW

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