Starting with just a $25 donation, you could win a 2020 Corvette from the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum or the International Motor Racing Research Center.
Don’t fool yourself, you’d look good driving a 2020 ‘Vette. Chevrolet flipped the Corvette narrative with the new C8, which features a mid-engine layout for the first time in the model’s history. Reviews across the board highly praise the new Corvette’s handling, performance and value. Chevrolet is being applauded for evolving and keeping their flagship current with the supercar market.
The C8 Corvette is amazingly affordable (as far as supercars are concerned), starting at just under $60,000. However, not all of us have 60 racks lying around. There are a few ways for us frugal folk to roll the dice and scoop up a Corvette, with entry donation amounts of just $25. Here are two ways for you to win a dream ‘Vette.
1. The IMRRC
The IMRRC Grand Prize is a Ceramic Matrix Gray Metallic Corvette with Adrenaline Red, Mulan leather seats. The Z51 Performance Package adds tasteful modifications that include Brembo brakes, performance exhaust, and more. The 495 horsepower 6.2L V8 engine connects with an 8-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.
Along with the car, the winner of the Grand Prize will also receive one hour of track time at Watkins Glen in your new C8, two 2021 memberships for the Jack Daniels Club, and a two-day performance driving school experience at the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School in Las Vegas.
The IMRRC collects, shares and preserves the history of motorsports. Spanning continents, eras and race series, the Center’s collection embodies the speed, drama and camaraderie of amateur and professional motor racing throughout the world. Visit their website at https://www.racingarchives.org/.
2. The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame and Museum
The Sprint Car HOF Grand Prize is also a Z51 Corvette, but in a beautiful Torch Red. The Z51 package also includes a unique rear spoiler, Michelin PS4 Performance Tires and more. The 495 horsepower 6.2L V8 LT2 engine also resides in this ‘Vette, and coupled with the 8-speed automatic transmission, it puts the power to the pavement effortlessly.
The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum is the only museum in the world solely dedicated to sprint car racing. The 2020 Z51 Corvette Stingray drawing is a fundraiser to support the continued operation of the 501(c)(3) non-profit National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum located in Knoxville, Iowa. The museum is dedicated to promoting the future of sprint car racing and preserving the sport’s history. Visit their website at https://www.sprintcarhof.com/.
There you have it. Two great chances to win a C8 that won’t break the bank. What do you have to lose?