In September 1977 a group of 10 Corvette owners met at a local restaurant and a club was born. The club

started our as the W.I.F.E. Corvette Club, which were the call letters of one of the local radio sponsors.  The

club met at Circle Chevrolet and at WIFE until they ceased existence.  In 1985 the club's name was changed

to Circle City Corvette Club after a merge with another local club.  The club joined the National Council of

Corvette Clubs (Nccc) which is a national organization of member clubs. Nccc clubs hold a variety of competitive

events for members.  There are speed events (low and high speed), fun rallies, gimmick rallies, drag races. 

Nccc also provides third party insurance coverage  for meetings, socials, caravans, car shows and competitive



Each Spring our kick off event has been the overnight trip to the National Corvette Museum in Bowling

Green, KY.  During this trip members help the museum staff with projects that need attention.  This helps

the museum save on the expenses of operating the museum.  Over the years our members have helped out

by dusting the Corvettes on display, disassembled and reassembled lifts, did filing, cleaned windows, outside

we have cleared brush from fence rows, planted flowers, spread mulch, cleared brush from fence rows and

much more.  After the work portion (approx. 4 hrs.) the members return to the museum for a catered dinner

or cruise to a local restaurant. 


Since 2001 the club has held an All Corvette Show.  The show started out on the south side of Indianapolis at

a Sears Hardware Store.  It is currently held on the north side of Indianapolis at Hamilton Town Center in

Noblesville, IN.  Each year the show draws 100+ Corvettes from around the state and beyond. Proceeds from

this show are donated to the Simon Youth Foundation.


From 2001 - 2013 some members of the club volunteered to work a souvenir booth t the Indianapolis Motor

Speedway.  It was manned by CCCC members during the Indianapolis 500, Super weekend at the Brickyard

and the MotoGP Motorcycle races.  This allowed us to contribute to the Corvette Museum, which is a not for

profit foundation with a mission of celebrating the invention of the Corvette; preserving its past, present and

future; and educating the public about the Corvette.  Besides our yearly donation to the Museum, through the

years we have donated to: Riley Hospital for Children, Second Helpings, Gleaners Food Bank, Wheelers Mission,

the Julian Center, Junior Achievement, Day Spring Center and Indiana Canine Assistant Network. 


The goal of the club has remained the same through the years; to further the interest in the Corvette, enjoy our

cars, make friends  and have fun.  We invite you to come to one of our meetings and check us out.



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