Look At These Stunning Photos From The Corvette Museum Sinkhole

Good news from the National Corvette Museum this week–the ZR-1 Spyder and the 1.5 Millionth Corvette have been recovered from the sinkhole with only one more to come out after the sinkhole disaster. The nightmare is almost over. » 4/04/14 3:00pm 4/04/14 3:00pm

Check Out These Amazing Photos From The Corvette Sinkhole Recovery

America can't be stopped, and neither can America's sports car, even if a bunch of them fell into a sinkhole! The National Corvette Museum continues to pull cars out of the hole that swallowed them up in February. » 3/05/14 2:00pm 3/05/14 2:00pm

The sinkhole Corvettes as they looked before the museum ate them

All things considered, the National Corvette Museum sinkhole disaster could have been a lot worse. Imagine, for instance, what might have been if the earth opened up when museum patrons were in the exhibit hall? And while what the cars look like now is getting lots of attention, we figured it might be worth remembering … » 2/13/14 2:06pm 2/13/14 2:06pm

Here's Why A Kentucky Sinkhole Might Have Swallowed Those Corvettes

The Bowling Green, Kentucky area where the Corvette Museum is located sits in what is known as a karst area. This is an area where water slowly dissolves the native bedrock—usually limestone— in the subsurface. Once the bedrock is dissolved to a point, it is no longer structurally sound to support the weight of what is … » 2/13/14 2:00pm 2/13/14 2:00pm

Giant Florida Sinkhole Swallows Tiny Smart Car

Sinkholes are no laughing matter. Unless, of course, they swallow up cars that we all agree are completely loathsome, like that Dodge Avenger in Chicago a while back. Here's another one we can add to that list: a Smart Fortwo swallowed by a sinkhole in our favorite state, Florida. » 9/20/13 3:59pm 9/20/13 3:59pm