Contributions from individuals, corporations and foundations are essential to support our core operations, maintain the track’s outstanding facilities, and further our expansion efforts. Naming opportunities are available to honor your business, family member or friend as well as recognize your generosity and commitment to the Motorsports Park.

We welcome the opportunity to discuss your interest in making a charitable, tax deductible gift, pledge commitment, or including the Motorsports Park or Museum in your estate plans. For additional information, please contact us at 800-53-VETTE(8338) or email at giving@corvettemuseum.org

  • Individuals and Organizations: Any amount is welcome. Donate online, or mail your donation to the National Corvette Museum, 350 Corvette Drive, Bowling Green, KY 42101.
  • Paving the Way: Tons of asphalt are available for sponsorship for $100 a ton. Learn more about our campaign online here.

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The gates open at 7am. HPDE 10/10ths will be using the Grand Full Course. SPECTATORS ARE WELCOME 10/10ths Motorsports was conceived out of pure passion for the sport and we have implemented that passion into every aspect of our operation.  We welcome drivers of all skill levels, from the 1st timer to the experienced racer.  We
Spectators are welcome! Autocross Pad will be used!
Grand Full Course is being used Club Race SPECTATORS ARE WELCOME Registration: http://www.nasamidwest.com/rungroups/hpde/?page=EventInfo&eventid=28807

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NCM Motorsports Park Addresses Noise Concerns
The NCM Motorsports Park has recently been fielding noise complaints from residents in an adjacent neighborhood. We have been working closely with residents and others and have hired an experienced sound mitigation company to address the noise issues. On June 29th, at the close of a follow-up meeting with the neighborhood representatives, Planning Commission representative, local
NCM Motorsports Park Debuts Start Stand
Corvette Enthusiast Funds Welcomed Addition to the Track Don Ghareeb has been a Corvette guy a long time – from when he purchased his first used Corvette in 1961, to his R8C Delivery at the National Corvette Museum of a 2015 Z06/Z07 Corvette this year. “Chevrolet has done a good job of putting Corvette at
The National Corvette Museum, along with community leaders, Holley Performance Products and the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce, celebrated the groundbreaking of the Holley Control Tower at the NCM Motorsports Park today. The Holley Control Tower will encompass 14,635 square feet and will provide many functional spaces, including meeting rooms, administrative offices, a track