K&N SEMA Booth Hosts 1960 Corvette, The Grand Turismo Award Winner
A true roadster parked in the K&N Engineering Booth at SEMA (Specialty Equipment
Market Association) in Las Vegas took Best in Show and The Grand Turismo Award.
The 1960 Chevrolet Corvette with custom roll hoops, a painted dash, BWW
headlights, custom inner fender wells and an Art Morrison Enterprises Inc., GT
Sport bolt-on chassis was unveiled to a standing room only crowd.
“The 3,000 hours of work we put into this car does not seem so bad
anymore,” said Craig Morrison of Art Morrison Enterprises. “The awards are a
wonderful recognition for all the hard work and all the long days.”
K&N Crew hostsArt Morrison at SEMA
The Grand Turismo Award Winner in K&N Booth at SEMA
The winner was announced at The Joint in the Hard Rock Hotel where the band
Foreigner rocked the house until the wee hours of the morning. “We were there
and my son Craig told me we won,” said Art Morrison. “The announcer said stop at
the K&N Booth at SEMA to see the winning car and it just went over my head. It
was overwhelming and humbling at the same time.”
The Grand Turismo Awards honor five different categories, including “Best
Domestic,” “Best European,” “Best Hot Rod,” “Best Japanese,” and “Best
Truck/SUV.” From this group Art Morrison’s Corvette won the “Best in Show”
award. To qualify for The Grand Turismo Award we were up against the best of the
best, said Art Morrison.
Judging for each category was based on well balanced performance, style
and speed. Morrison’s Corvette will be in one of the most realistic racing
simulation games for all fans of the franchise to enjoy.
Craig and Art Morrison at K&N Booth
1960 Corvette at K&N SEMA Booth
“Any player of Grand Turismo will be able to drive our car on any track in the
world,” said Art Morrison. “It was also great to talk with all the people that
stopped by the K&N Booth at SEMA.”
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