As if you needed a new reason to buy a Corvette ZR1, now General Motors will teach you how to drive it. The days of easy credit are over and GM possibly needs to move a few of the high-dollar sports cars. The $105,000 rockets now come with a free advanced driving course at the Bob Bondurant Driving School in Arizona.

Owners can take 6.2-liter supercharged V8 and learn things like heel-and-toe downshifts, slaloms and other everyday useful tools for the 638 hp supercar. Knowing what this car can do, and how to control it may not be a bad thing. Most of us should fear amateurs who have access to a vehicle that can go 0 to 60 in 3.4 sec and hits a top speed of 205 mph.

If you are not cash flush enough to pick up up a ZR1, you can still take the classes. Bondurant Driving School will let you flog one of their two ZR1s for $3,400.


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AK47  (1024) posted on 12.9.2008

Some of those who know me will call me crazy and some will say that the Vette lovers and GM have sent me death threats. Whatever the reason Iam starting to dig this car, especially in black.

Or maybe, I just need to see my doctor.........

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