NCCC Competition Un-Bans E-Ray From All EventsMay 4, 2023
National Council of Corvette Clubs Reverses Ban on C8 E-Ray Hybrid.
The National Council of Corvette Clubs had banned all hybrids and EVs from competition. But now, the E-Ray will be allowed.
The National Council of Corvette Clubs (NCCC) came under fire from all corners of the internet when it was released that the hybridized Corvette E-Ray would be banned from competing or participating in its sponsored events and shows. Following a significant amount of backlash, NCCC has released a new statement acknowledging another adjusted rule set that allows the E-Ray to compete.
As a reminder, the old rule read: Electric Vehicles/Hybrids using lithium type battery packs are prohibited in competitive events. If driven to NCCC events, they should be parked 30 feet minimum from structures or other vehicles.
Even though the rule clearly states “Electric Vehicles/Hybrids using lithium type battery packs”, NCCC president Deb Murphy said that we all misunderstood the original rule. More specifically, Murphy states that hybrid vehicles were never meant to get caught up in the ban, but rather just pure electric vehicles.
“I would like to clarify the discussion at the November meeting compared to what has appeared across the media: Discussion concerned the electric cars (plug-in kind) that have caught fire,” Murphy said in a statement. “We did not include hybrid cars in that discussion. Hybrids are allowed at our competitions and E-Rays will be welcomed at our events.” Chevrolet has stated that it will be producing all-electric cars in the future, it is not clear if the NCCC will soften up on all-electric cars in the future or not.
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