After a down year in 1968, in classic Corvette fashion, Zora Arkus-Duntov and his engineers threw themselves furiously into fixing the car, so by 1969 Corvette was once again "King of the Hill" among American high performance cars.
Racing became the car's research and development laboratory, as America's most famous racers worked tirelessly to raise Corvette's performance level despite the "no racing" edict handed down from GM board of directors.
Chevrolet's design studio, now headed by wild man Bill Mitchell, had been promising something "all new" since 1959, and hints of it had been shown at Chevy's Motorama and other big auto shows for a few years. Only on SPEED.
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