The Miracle Strip Corvette Club was represented at the National Corvette Museum (NCM) Bash, April 26-28. According to the museum, there were over 1,300 attendees. Corvette enthusiasts from across the country enjoyed a number of seminars, road trips, reveals, two car shows and track time at the Motor Sports Park. Of interest, was a Corvette Plant Update by Plant Manager Kai Spade including slides and videos of the new plant processes and production flow. There were also painted car panels showing the old paint and new paint from the new paint shop. Tadge Juechter Chief Corvette Engineer and Harlan Charles Corvette Program Manager gave a presentation on all things new for 2019 including an in-depth look at the 750 HP ZR1. The NCM Board of Directors shared a number of new projects at their meeting including a museum expansion, new storage facility for cars and memorabilia and a 200 acre land purchase adjacent to the Motor Sports Park. There was a huge crowd at the Corvette Racing Banquet with guest speaker Doug Fehan, Corvette Racing Program Manager. He provided an overview of the 2017 GTLM Championship season with videos and slides. A road trip was taken to Belle Meade Plantation outside of Nashville,made famous during the 1800s with training and breeding of racing horses. A tour of the 1853 mansion was followed by wine tasting. A second road tour to Barren River State Park included a wonderful lunch at the lake lodge followed by a stop at Paradise Point antiques. The Bash Banquet was held at the Sloan Convention Center Saturday night. Entertainment was provided by Dueling Pianos International. A wonderful meal and a great time was had by all to close the BASH.