CARLISLE, CUMBERLAND COUNTY—Folks pack the Carlisle Fairgrounds to admire all kinds of Corvettes during day two of "Corvettes in Carlisle."
Former race car driver and Pennsylvania native Mario Andretti took a pit stop at the event today to sign autographs for the fans.
The annual show pleased both fans and vendors.
"The Corvette is the pinnacle of America's Sports Car effort. They just did a beautiful job on it every year, and they're always pleasing to look at," vendor Anthony McDowell says.
The spotty rain didn't detour attendees, who got a chance to see the cars up close and personal.
"The excitement at the end of the night, built up the day, going around looking at everything and look for the parade for the night," Corvette fan David Brown says.
Corvettes at Carlisle is the world's largest Corvette extravaganza and includes a weekend of entertainment, education, and a chance to drive in the famous parade.
The show runs through 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, when organizers will give out a free Corvette to one lucky winner.