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Rob Loszewski

Rob Loszewski
Robert M. Loszewski is the Owner and Site Administrator of the Corvette Action Center; a quality-driven Corvette news and information web site that he started in 2000. Over the years, Loszewski has built the Corvette Action Center into one of the largest online repositories of Corvette information going all the way back to 1953.

Callaway Celebrates 30 Years with New Exhibit at National Corvette Museum

For over 30 years, a small company in Old Lyme, Connecticut has been at the forefront of automotive forced induction.  Callaway Cars started to make a name for themselves by hot-rodding Corvettes in the 1980s, and ever since, this incredible coach-builder has been building some of the most potent Corvettes, Camaros, trucks and SUVs to […]

Meet the Man Behind the Design of the Next Generation C8 Corvette

When Ed Welburn, GM’s Global Design Chief, retired in July of 2016, he was replaced by Australian-born Mike Simcoe who will be responsible for shaping the design of the next generation, C8 Corvette. Simcoe was responsible for revitalizing the Holden Monaro and has now taken the reigns as GM’s head of global design.  As Ed […]

No. 4 Corvette C7.R Catches Fire During Test Session at the Roar Before the 24

The No. 4 Corvette C7.R being driven by Marcel Fassler caught fire on Sunday during the Roar Before the 24 test session. The Swiss driver escaped injury as flames began to engulf the engine compartment of the race car as he was entering NASCAR Turn 2. A lengthy red flag came out as the fire […]

Corvette Demographics – Highest US Density

A month ago, we wrote an article about the current Corvette Demographics based upon 2015 sales numbers. GM Parts Center, a Genuine GM parts supplier located in Arizona, recently compiled the data of online shoppers who have come to their site to purchase Corvette parts and put together some interesting demographic data. According to their […]

[VIDEO] 2017 Chevrolet Corvette Grand Sport POV Test Drive

Winding Road Magazine took a 2017 Corvette Grand Sport equipped with a 7-speed manual transmission for a point-of-view test drive. From the view of the video camera, you can see how the driver makes use of the heads-up display as he carves his way down canyon road.  The sound of the 6.2L LT1 V8 engine […]

Rare Copper 1955 Corvette to Cross the Sothebys Auction Block

What you’re looking at here is the 22nd Corvette built in 1955 and one of 15 Copper colored Corvettes built that year. Located in Spain, it’s been carefully restored, and as you can see, is presented in immaculate condition – resprayed in its original copper paint with creme interior and matching fabric roof. It’s set […]

1955 Corvette Rescued by Retired GM Engineer After 38 Years in a Barn

Retired GM Engineer, Jim Wallace, started his automotive career in 1970 when he went to work for the Holley Carburetor Company and made the move to General Motors in 1975. He bought his first Corvette in 1964 and over the years, assembled an impressive collection of rare and mostly unrestored Corvettes. His very first Corvette […]

Bob McDorman Museum Now Closed and Corvettes to be Auctioned

In the summer of 2014, Corvette Hall of Fame Inductee, Bob McDorman, also owner of Bob McDorman Chevrolet, opened an automotive museum that featured a stunning collection of Corvettes Chevrolets and memorabilia. On May 28th, 2015, we were saddened to hear that at the age of 82, Bob McDorman passed away. According to the Bob […]
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