Corvette Stingray Owners Get Track School Discount

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by Luke Vandezande
Owners of the 2014 Corvette Stingray can attend the two-day Ron Fellows Performance Driving School in Parhumph, Nev. for $1,000 - a $1,500 reduction from the standard rate. Photo courtesy of Spring Mountain Motorsports Club.

Chevrolet is kicking in cash to give Corvette buyers a 60 percent discount on learning how to drive their new sports car.

Anyone who bought or buys a 2014 Stingray will be eligable to attend the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School for one of its two-day beginner driving sessions at a special $1,000 rate. Normally, the two-day sessions cost about $2,500. Alternatively, drivers can also choose to stay for the three-day program for $2,150, which is an even bigger discount than the shorter event. Stingray owners with an SCCA licence can participate in the advanced training programs, but pricing information wasn’t announced for that option.

The school uses C7 Corvettes and doesn’t require participants to bring their own car, which means you get to make mistakes with a Stingray that belongs to someone else. Chevrolet is offering the discount for up to one year after customers initially purchase their Corvette and only to the original owner.

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Luke Vandezande
Luke Vandezande

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