2011 Chicago Auto Show's Indoor Road Courses Video

The Chicago Auto Show may not be known for getting the most anticipated model launches, but for consumers, the show offers the most entertainment value for your friends and family. The show is the largest in the country, and the space allows exhibitors to do some creative stuff, including in-house road courses. The Jeep course has been a staple of the show, but now Chevrolet, Ford and Toyota have set up shop with their own displays. Watch as Cars.com editor Joe Bruzek gives the highlights and his top pick.
By Colin Bird | February 15, 2011 | Comments (1)

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