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  1. The 2019 Corvette Grand Sport will serve as the Official Pace Car for the 2019 Indianapolis 500 presented by Gainbridge, leading 33 drivers to the green flag on May 26 for the 103rd running of the legendary race.
  2. Chevrolet and the Detroit Tigers are kicking off the 2019 Major League Baseball season with the installation of two all-new vehicles atop the center field fountain at Comerica Park, a Motor City tradition now in its 10th year.
  3. For most states, daylight saving time begins on Sunday, March 10. Because many Americans feel like they’ve lost an hour of sleep during the time change, Chevrolet is helping bring awareness to the dangerous effects of being tired while driving. Maureen Short, Chevy Safety engineer and drowsy driving expert, has provided some helpful do’s and don’ts along with signs that you could be driving drowsy.
  4. The myChevrolet mobile app recently received a new feature that will help ease loved ones’ worries and make the process of checking-in more convenient. The feature is called Vehicle Locate[1] and it allows Chevy owners to send automated text alerts to friends and family when their connected vehicle enters or leaves a designated boundary area, or arrives at or departs from an address. Owners can also use the feature to pinpoint the location of their connected vehicle at any given time.
  5. Move over, performance cars: The all-new 2019 Chevrolet Silverado is taking over the Daytona 500. This weekend, Chevrolet will debut the new Silverado competing in the NASCAR truck series, a production Silverado will be the first truck ever to pace the Daytona 500, and a deserving fan will see it all unfold through a once-in-a-lifetime camping trip in the bed of a Silverado.
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