It is time to start planning for the spring and summer. Check out a few of the events and activities LSCC has scheduled for the next few months. Some of the activities have limited capacity, online sign-up recommended.
Events, activities, trips and volunteer opportunities can be found on the Club’s online Recreation Event List. Check back often for new activities, trips, events, shows, and volunteer opportunities.
Always something fun to do when you drive a Corvette!
Lone Star Corvette Club
Just bought a new Corvette? Or just love them? You have come to the right place! TheLone 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, the 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, it 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.
The 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 this Club is all about, click on the “Newsletter” button and read the latest issue of our award winning, online, newsletter.
Cruise to Nocona
Nocona, Texas is the home of the Pete Horton Car Collection. The collection has surpassed 200 cars, almost half Corvettes. Last year we were only able to see about 100 cars, as the addition to the museum building was not complete. It is finished now and we will view the entire collection.
Last year, a few folks came up early on their own and had a great time. This year I was able to block 22 rooms in the Veranda Inn, so we are offering an option to expand the cruise. We will go up on Friday and have a cookout Friday evening. Saturday morning we will meet up with the cruisers from Denton. Tentative plans for Saturday evening is a dinner cruise to one of the steakhouses near Nocona.
If you are interested in the expanded event, the hotel information follows. If by the time you call, all the rooms are taken, (room block expires 3/31) ask to be put on the waiting list.
Corvettes Cruisin’ Galveston
Mix all of the History of Galveston with 1000 beautiful Corvettes and their proud owners for an entire weekend and what do we have? We got the makings for one heck of a “Corvette Block Party” with great entertainment and gatherings that will make Bernardo de Gálvez y Madrid, Count of Gálvez (the person whom the island was named after (Galvez-Town) by the Spanish explorer José de Evia in 1785) come to life and dance through the streets!!!! The last day of the event will be a massive 80 mile round trip cruise along the Texas coastline from the bustling port and tourist center of Galveston to the sleepy beach town of Surfside Beach. Imagine the sound of hundreds of Corvettes making their way down the Galveston Seawall, across San Luis Pass Bridge, down the Blue Water Highway to Surfside, Texas and back. AWWWESOME!!!!!!
You MUST register on the Corvettes Cruisin' Galveston link http://corvettescruisingalveston.com/ to take part in the Friday Gala, Saturday Car Show, and Sunday Cruise. Click REGISTER HERE, click Event Registration Form , enter the data requested and make sure you select LONE STAR CORVETTE CLUB as your club.
The host hotel is the Moody Gardens Hotel. 200 Rooms Available Rates: $199/Night + Tax If registering by phone,1-888-388-8484 you must mention “CORVETTE WORLD” for your discount. If registering online registration code is “CORVETTE16”
Other hotels are available, check the event website for more information.
We will be leaving Friday morning, June 3 at 0830 from the Shell station at exit 270 Belt Line Road off I45 south of Dallas. Planning on 2 stops between here and Galveston so we can get through Houston before traffic gets too bad Friday afternoon. More information to come in an email.
Oklahoma Corvette Roundup
The Central Oklahoma Corvette Club is having an event and the Lone Star Corvette Club is invited.
The Central Oklahoma Corvette Club is an active supporter of the Lone Star Corvette Club Classic, and they will be participating
again this year.
If you are looking for an out of town, close to home, fun event then you may want to consider the Route 66 Corvette Roundup.
4th Annual Corvette Invasion
Saturday, July 23 and Sunday, July 24
This year's event will be at the world famous F1 track, the Circuit of the Americas.
Registration opens Monday March 21 at 9PM. Go to www.CorvetteInvasion.com for details. The first 300 registrants get to take Parade Laps on the COTA Track.
Lone Star Corvette Club Trip 2016
Here is a rough idea of the 2016 Club trip:
- Leaving July 31 and returning August 10
- This year we will be heading north to Michigan and Wisconsin. The trip destination is the Road America Racetrack located in Elkhart Lake, WI. The IMSA Weather Tech Sports Car Championship Series is scheduled. They will have a Corvette Corral for us to be a special part of the event.
- Special stops we are looking at include the GM Heritage Center, Pratt Miller facility, Mackinaw Island, and more.
More details to come; email Phil Davies at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Always something fun to do when you drive a Corvette!
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:
For other local HPDE events (for both gender), check out;
Open Road Racing
Contact Dennis Corder, Competitive Events Officer, with any additions or corrections.