Mark is a lifelong car fan and has a soft spot for American muscle, especially the Chevy Corvette. As a millenial Mark loves to find cool Corvette conversations, videos and wallpapers from all corners of the internet. Mark can also be found scouring classifieds and online auctions on an almost daily basis, trying to find those rare and interesting Corvettes that are on the market so can share here.
Since he was a boy, Scott has had a love affair with cars - and sports cars in particular. His fascination with speed and fast cars was first fueled by his grandfather, who would frequently take him to car shows or to the local track. In college, Scott studied automotive technologies, and would spend his formative years working for a Chevy dealership. He has authored several books and is the founder of CorvSport.
If it goes fast, Simon likes it. Computers, cars, rockets, it doesn't matter, as long as there is speed involved. Apart from his love of sim racing in virtual reality, Simon also loves to drive his '17 Fiesta ST through the mountain roads near his home city of Calgary, AB. Simon's penchant for big horsepower makes him partial to modern supercharged small block Corvettes and aftermarket craziness.
To date, I've owned an obscene amount of cars. Import. Domestic. Two wheels. Four. It doesn't matter. If it revs, sounds good, and goes fast... I'm in it or on it. That, of course, puts the 'Vette squarely in my sights. I'm going to rock a new C8 one day... soon. For fun I like to start a conversation on the merits of restomod Corvettes and why the purists don't know what they're talking about... then I run.
Josh Boyd is an ASE certified, career automotive technician with an intense passion for all things mechanical in nature. He resides with his wife and children in Bowling Green, Kentucky, the home of the Corvette. His research-heavy posts have tons of detail. Whenever Josh does not have a wrench in his hand, he can be found in the woods or on the water enjoying the great outdoors.
My first appreciation of cars came when my first boss took me for a drive in an old air-cooled Porsche 911. I don't remember what model year it was, but I do remember I became addicted to all things automotive from that day onwards. I’m an enthusiastic car nut who geeks out over tuned supercars, obscure classic race cars, automotive memorabilia and just about anything else car related.
Casey M. Annis is the Founder of Vintage Road & Racecar magazine, as well as Editor of Alfa Owner, The Oily Rag and BMW Ultimate Classic magazines. He founded Parabolica Publishing in 1997 after a career in neurobiology. Along with his passion for automobiles, Casey is a long distance open-ocean paddleboard racer who’s competed over 10 times in the 32-mile Catalina to Manhattan Beach race and the 32-mile Molokai to Oahu. He still contributes and writes about vintage road and racecars.
Published photographer and writer for several Porsche and Ferrari magazines, as well as several enthusiast websites like SportCarDigest and CorvSport. Rex currently resides in Southern California and loves opportunities be part of the local car culture. Rex loves all things motorsports, vintage racing and frankly anything with four wheels. It is truly a lifelong passion.
Karl E. Ludvigsen is a journalist, author, and historian of the automotive industry and motorsports. Karl Ludvigsen is the author of the definitive history of Porsche. His Porsche history, Excellence was Expected, is considered to be a model of the researching and writing of the history of an auto company. Ludvigsen is an honorary member of the Vintage Sports Car Club of America and the Corvair Society of America. He is also a member of the council of the Historic Automobile Group.