The new Corvette Grand Sport (GS) can be viewed in a couple of ways. Introduced last year, the GS can be seen as a revival of the storied model produced by Chevrolet back in 1963. Or you can look at it as an attempt by Chevy to cake off by throwing on some bits from other Corvettes to create a seemingly different and independent model. Or you can think both and be right. But is there anything wrong with that? We don't think so. On paper it looks as if you can have the Corvette with an array of go-fast parts, a better stance, and a meaner look for only a couple Gs more. To find out if that translated to the road, we took one out. Here's what we found...