Corvette museum hosts its annual Bash

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Corvettes from last years Bash event | Photos courtesy of Calvin Cruce / National Corvette Museum

The National Corvette Museum’s annual Bash, featuring seminars and visits with various Corvette engineers and project and program managers, is scheduled April 23-25 at the museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

Among the featured guests are chief engineer Tadge Juechter, product manager Harlan Charles, Corvette assembly plant manager Jeff Lamarche and racing team manager Doug Fehan and driver Tommy Milner.

GM technician Paul Koerner will conduct a seminar on how to work on and maintain your Corvette and will be available for three days for drop-in assistance on all C4, C5, C6 and C7 models.

The Corvette Race Team, including crew chief Dan Binks, will host a seminar recapping the 2014 season and share 2015 season news.

Attendees also can participate in hot laps and rides on the museum’s track, where an autocross also will be offered.

A hands-on seminar for women will be led by women who are GM engineers. Also offered will be an Oasis in Victory Lane with vendors offering embroidery demos, candles, facials and makeup, health talks, hooked rug demos, jewelry cleaning, massages and more.

For details, visit the museums website. 

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