National Corvette Museum to get a $2.4-Million Facelift

July 14th, 2022 Chris Phillip
National Corvette Museum to get a $2.4-Million Facelift
The National Corvette Museum has some pricey upgrades in store for the NCM Motorsports Park, which sits next to the museum on I-65 in Bowling Green Kentucky.

Eager to bring racers and race fans into its campus, the $2.4-million repair and reinvestment plan will create new garage areas at the circuit, along with new indoor and outdoor event spaces, bar and restaurant offerings and upgraded track-observation areas.

"The NCM Motorsports Park is a club circuit designed by Steve Crawford, the designer of Thunderhill Raceway Park in California, that was first opened for track days and private events in 2014. The facility includes a 3.15-mile full course that can be split into several different layouts, as well as an arrive-and-drive karting circuit. Driving coaching from ex-Corvette Racing driver Andy Pilgrim, as well as C8 Corvette Stingray driving experiences, are also available through the track." Source:

The construction should be completed in 2024, and the park will remain open regular hours during the process. The track will remain open during construction, with work on the project slated for completion in early 2024.