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2011 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Carbon slots in right below ZR1

2011 Chevrolet Corvette Z06 Carbon - Click above for high-res image gallery

Corvette C6.R GT2 livery looks... sharp

Corvettes look sharp. Racing 'Vettes, even sharper. A competition-spec ZR1? Now we're talking.

Corvette ZR1 gets the cover of Gran Turismo PSP

Corvette ZR1 Gran Turismo Screenshot - Click above for hi-res image gallery

Officially Official: GM reveals details on new Chevrolet Corvette C6.R GT2

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Automobile Magazine Announces 2009 All-Stars

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VIDEO: Jay Leno takes delivery of Corvette ZR1

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With GM on the brink, what will happen to the Corvette?

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For the kids: Help Mr. Stephens build a ZR1 engine

For many, General Motors' Mr Stephens' Engine Shop online game is full of metallic looking stuff, none of it discernibly purposeful. What you're working with are extracted parts of the LS9 engine that powers the Corvette ZR1. Unless your ZR1 is in the shop for catastrophic engine failure, these components aren't usually seen out on their own. The General's little game has you correctly identify the major pieces

Corvette ZR-1 knocks four seconds off 'Ring time

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Corvette ZR1 dyno'd at 535 rwhp

It always happens this way. Shortly after a new performance car is released to the public, it will find its way to a dyno shortly thereafter. When that new vehicle is the new performance king of the automotive world, aka the 2009 Corvette ZR1, our collective interest is piqued. So, how does it fare on the rollers? Two separate 'Vettes were tested, and the average output was about 535 horsepower at the rear

Top Gear reviews ZR1, hard to get past Corvette looks

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Enter the Rumormill: 2012 C7 Corvette ZR1 with twin-turbo V6

While the world watches in awe as the Corvette ZR1 wretches the performance crown from its competitors, some people are already concerning themselves with its successor. How could GM possibly improve on its best 'Vette yet? Popular Mechanics speculated on what the 2012 Corvette could have in store, and some

First Drive: 2009 Corvette ZR1 [w/VIDEO]

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C4 Corvette ZR-1s gather for the coming out of their successors

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Autoblog drives the 2009 Corvette ZR1! (but we can't talk about it yet)

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GM releases pics of Corvette ZR1 lapping 'Ring

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VIDEO: Journos flog the ZR-1

We've all watched the video of Mr. Mero's fantastic ride around the Nurburgring in the Corvette ZR1; not even the horrid compression that YouTube serves up could ruin the sound of a force-fed LS-series V8. Rides are nice, and we'd hop right on in for adrenaline therapy, but what we want to do is drive the Super-'Vette. 0-60 Magazine shares our thinking, so they stuck their own shoe, Thomas Lyman, behind the wheel and sent him off around Milford. It looks like it was awe

VIDEO: Corvette ZR1 gets time on the track at Milford Proving Grounds

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VIDEO: Birthing an LS9

Automobile Magazine was invited into General Motors Performance Build Center to watch and lightly assist in the buildup of a ZR-1's internal combustion heart. It takes four-and-a-half hours of real time to go from a bare block to a fire-breathing, supercharged LS9, but through the magic of sped-up video, it only takes seven minutes of your life. You won't come away with anything productive for that time, unlike the people in the video, who get the pleasure of creating a small-block V8,

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