04-17-2010, 02:16 AM
As a long time and multiple Corvette owner, I've long felt a kinship with other Corvette owners. I've raced with them and been in car shows with them and developed a lot of long term friendships. The Corvette wave started for me in the sixties and continues today. With all that in mind, it's alway a disappointment when I see Corvette owners not setting a good example. I pulled behind a blue 2005 C6 in a left turn lane today and was thinking it was pretty cool to have two late model Corvettes in a row (doesn't happen that often). Just then, the driver flips his cigarette out the window. Not really a big deal, but litter is litter and I'd like to expect more from my brother and sister Corvette owners. If I had the opportunity to state my concerns to the driver, I would have.