About the Lone Star Corvette Club
Just bought a new Corvette, or just love them? You have come to the right place! The Lone Star Corvette Club is dedicated to the Corvette lifestyle and the people that own them. Our Club slogan says it all:
Good Friends.…Great Cars!
Founded in 1982, Lone Star Corvette Club now has over 1,000 members – each with his/her own story to tell of how they found that perfect “Vette.” Based in the Dallas – Fort Worth Metroplex, Lone Star Corvette Club offers just about any activity an owner of “America’s Sports Car” could want: Road Trips, Day Trips, Open Road Racing, Drag Racing, Autocross, NCRS (National Corvette Restorers Society), Car Shows, Displays and Parades, the Lone Star Corvette Classic, Club Meetings, and most of all, fun times with good friends.
Road Trips – Lone Star Corvette Club takes at least one significant road trip each year, usually in conjunction with a Corvette event. To get an even better feel about what the Lone Star Corvette Club is all about, click on the “Newsletter” button and read the latest issue of our award winning online newsletter.
December 2017 LSCC Newsletter
Lone Star Corvette Club 2018 Officer Election
2018 Officer Candidate Biographies
Congratulations to the 2018 Lone Star Corvette Club Officers
COMPETITIVE EVENTS OFFICER
RECREATIONAL EVENTS OFFICER
CLASSIC 2017 OFFICER
1st on The First Corvette Show
Monday, January 1, 2018, 1:00 PM until 4:00 PM
Spring Creek Barbeque
1993 N Central Expressway
McKinney, TX 75071
The 9th Annual 1st on the First show kicks off a New Year of fun Corvette events. It's the 1st car show of the year and entry fee is only $5.00.
1St On The First Corvette Show
ADVENTURE DRIVING TOUR
CORVETTE DAY AT THE GUN RANGE
Want to find out when and where future events are coming up? Keep informed at the following web sites located on the Competitive Events Tab:
will resume next spring.
Drag Racing will resume next spring.
Open Road Racing
The 2018 Big Bend Open Road Race is To Be Announced
The April race takes place on US Highway 285 South from Fort Stockton to Sanderson and back (about 59.0 miles each way - or 118.0 miles).
Contact Dennis Corder, Competitive Events Officer, with any additions or corrections.