“Since 1953 the Corvette has been America’s Sports Car. The National Corvette Museum was established as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit foundation with a mission of celebrating the invention of the Corvette; preserving its past, present and future; and educating the public about Corvette.
Corvette enthusiasts from all over the world kindly and lovingly refer to the NCM as their home … Their Mecca.”
A New Venue for High Performance
NCM Motorsports Park
With over one mile of frontage on Interstate 65 and located across from the National Corvette Museum (NCM) and the Corvette Assembly Plant, the Motorsports Park will be one of the most centrally located and easily accessible driving facilities in the country.
The Park will be situated on 184.05 acres that the NCM has purchased and had rezoned. The Museum has an option to purchase the adjoining 221 acres that may be used for future park development.
The track will be designed by professionally accredited track consultants in accordance with accepted professional design standards.
The top priority of the NCM Motorsports Park will be education and safety.
Doug Fehan, Corvette Racing Program Manager – “A track at the National Corvette Museum would not only be a great benefit to the racing team, but also for clubs, enthusiasts and organizations planning their own driving events. The possibilities and the potential for this project? Limitless!”
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The National Corvette Museum located in Bowling Green, KY is a not-for-profit foundation. As the largest car museum in the world dedicated to a single model, the NCM is committed to preserving the Corvette’s past, present and future. It’s strength comes from over 19,000 members.
If you are looking for a destination when in Kentucky….
“We especially invite you to visit us in person (in Bowling Green, KY) and experience first hand the passion and the excitement of America’s Sports Car, the Chevrolet Corvette. The GM Bowling Green Corvette Assembly Plant, the only place in the world where Corvettes are made, is located across the street from the National Corvette Musuem at I-65, exit 28.”