Stingray Owners Can Learn From Ron Fellows at Performance Driving School

April 4th, 2014 by

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Making sure that the tires on your vehicle are in the best shape possible, is integral to the overall health of your vehicle. Tires that have correct pressure, the right amount of tread, and that are rotated regularly, can help car owners save on fuel, flat tires, and costly repairs. Don’t let your tire health get away from you, be sure to check your tires after this long winter, so they are in tip-top driving shape for spring and summer. As one of the many tire dealers Cincinnati has to offer, McCluskey Chevrolet will ensure that your vehicle gets the right tires for your vehicle, at the best deal possible. Come in today, and speak to one of our expert technicians about how you can get new tires on your vehicle – today! While you are getting your tires checked, you can check out the new Chevrolet Stingray School that has Corvette drivers burning rubber around each turn.

Chevrolet and the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School is offering Corvette Stingray owners the chance to better understand their high-performance car, with a two-day driving program. 2014 Corvette Stingray owners pay between $1,000-$1,500 for their two day driving course, which was developed by legendary Corvette racer, Rob Fellows. The class takes place at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort and Country Club in Pahrump, Nevada, and is open to drivers of all skill levels. The 2014 Stingray was designed with special technologies for enhanced driving, like the Active Rev Match, and the Driver Mode Selector. Tim Mahoney is the Chief Marketing Officer of global Chevrolet, and said that, “Through the Ron Fellows Performance Driving School, they’ll learn to make the most of its technologies and delve deeper into the Corvette’s capabilities, resulting in a more exciting and fulfilling driving experience.”

If you don’t live in Nevada – don’t worry. The school has a fleet of Stingrays waiting for participants to use during their course in Pahrump.