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Corvette Stingray Owners Get Schooled by Ron Fellows

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Chevrolet announced the launch of an exclusive driving program for the owners of the Corvette Stingray in collaboration with the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School. The two-day program promises to enhance the skills of Stingray drivers and help them enjoy their performance car to its maximum potential.

Launched by Corvette racer Ron Fellows, the driving school holds its sessions at Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club in Pahrump. They accept drivers of all skill levels. Owners do not have to bring their personal Stingray, either. The school uses a fleet of Corvette Stingrays for instruction.

What’s more, Chevrolet has worked out a deal that allows the Stingray owners to take the course for just $1,000, which is $1,500 cheaper than what it would normally cost. The discount from Chevrolet is good for one year from the retail purchase of a new Corvette Stingray and applies only to the original owner, and you have to pay for travel and accommodations. But still, it’s a good deal for a grand.

The driving instruction begins with some class work, and continues  with extensive track driving on Spring Mountain’s world-class 2.2-mile road course where three levels of instruction cover novice track drivers to those with more experience.

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“We are proud to be the official high-performance driving school for Chevrolet and the Corvette Stingray,” said Fellows. “Our goal is to ensure every driver leaves with enhanced driving skills, more confidence on the street and track and, most of all, a deeper understanding of his or her Corvette’s capabilities and how to safely enjoy the car to the fullest.”

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