Donate Today for a Chance to Win this 2022 Limited Edition Corvette C8.R
Chevrolet is only building 1,000 2022 IMSA GTLM Championship C8.R Corvettes and you’ve got a chance to bring one home in Hypersonic Gray with the Z51 performance package and the 3LT trim package. The 2022 Corvette Stingray, with the 495-hp 6.2L LT2 V8 engine, along with the 8-speed transmission, is the perfect combination of speed and performance.
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Performance features include:
- 495-hp 6.2L LT2 V8 Engine
- M1L Eight-Speed Dual-Clutch Automatic Transmission
- Unique Z51 Rear Spoiler and Front Splitter
- Michelin Pilot Sport PS4 High Performance Tires
- FE3 Performance Suspension
- Larger 345 mm (13.6-inch) front and 350 mm (13.8-inch) rear brakes
- Third rear-mounted radiator
- Electronic Limited-Slip Differential
- Front Brake Cooling Inlets
- Adjustable GT2 Bucket Seats
- Performance Exhaust System
The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum is the only museum in the world solely dedicated to sprint car racing. The 2022 IMSA GTLM Championship Corvette C8.R 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.
Dedicated to promoting the future of sprint car racing and preserving sprint car racing history
The National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum’s non-profit foundation was founded in 1986 by some of sprint car racing’s visionaries, including Knoxville Raceway Promoter Ralph Capitani, Casey’s General Stores Founder Don Lamberti, sprint car builder CK Spurlock and others who wanted to both promote the future of sprint car racing and also preserve sprint car racing’s history. The museum was opened in 1991 in turn two at the world famous Knoxville Raceway and operates year-round seven days a week for race fans to come in and learn more about sprint car racing. An average of 30-35 open-wheel race cars are always on display and the exhibits and race cars are loaned to the museum by the owners and fabricators who have restored the race cars. So the sprint cars and exhibits on display are always changing throughout the year, offering race fans a variety of open-wheel race cars to enjoy on every visit. For more information on the National Sprint Car Hall of Fame & Museum, visit our website at www.sprintcarhof.com. We appreciate your support!