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Seminars and Panel Discussions

SEMINARS:

SEMINARS AND PANEL DISCUSSIONS; open to all spectators and participants. Located on the Awards Stage in the Ballroom, far right side of the “big” room near Yellow Zone 3.

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Corvette Today; What is Happening in the World of Corvette; An Introduction to the #1 Corvette Podcast, Hosted by Steve Garrett.

CORVETTE TODAY is in its 3rd year of existence!  Steve will cover news & headlines specifically for enthusiasts to keep you up-to-date on what’s happening in the world of Corvette.  Interesting interviews are Steve’s specialty. He will also talk about his history of being a radio disc jockey in Kansas City for 45 years, then do a Q&A session to talk Corvette. Saturday at 1:00 pm

 

The Legends of Super Stock Panel Discussion : Hosted by Geoff Stunkard. Here is your chance to hear the stories directly from members of the Mopar Missile team, Arnie “The Farmer” Beswick, John Troxell, Paul Rossi, Tom and Jim Tignanelli, Jim Kramer, Larry Griffth and others. These guys really know how to tell stories, and this is going to be a whole lot of fun. With the focus on the 67-68 seasons, there is nothing better than hearing who beat who, how they did it and recollections of some incredible memories. This is the real deal and a rare opportunity that we are truly honored to present. Saturday at 2:00 pm and Part II Sunday at 11:00 am.

The GMMG Legends, Hosted by Matt Avery: This talk will give guests the inside track behind the creation of these radical Camaros. Avery will present a new seminar entitled ‘Berger’s Supercar: The Dick Harrell Edition Camaro’. This exceptionally fun and educational lecture dives deep into the events leading up to this landmark Camaro program, spotlights the key players who made it all happen and thoroughly details the performance and cosmetic contents that were added to make these renown vehicles so legendary. Saturday at 3:30 pm.

 

Meet the Future, Hosted by John Kraman of Mecum Auctions: Yes, there really is a future for our hobby. These younger enthusiasts, ranging in age from 13-25 share their stories. A 13-year-old car owner and Junior Dragster driver, several young and very active racers, a 14-year-old automotive photographer, a very bold 18 year old car builder and several young ladies that race in the Pure Stock Muscle Car Drag series and aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty share their passion and tell us how we can help keep the hobby alive. We will also host several students from the RPM Foundation Drive 1 program. Saturday at 4:30 pm and Sunday at Noon.

Special Thanks go out to our Presentation Hosts Geoff Stunkard, John Kraman, Matt Avery, Steve Garrett and Jim Kramer along with all of the participants.

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