Tuesday Junior Achievement of South Central Kentucky held a news conference to announce the Mini-Corvette Challenge race location and date.
Racers also drew numbers to see which engine they would get.
Each company that races is paired with a school here in Bowling Green, with the winning car earning $500 for the school.
Heather Rogers, local president of Junior Achievement ,explains what this race is really about. "The bottom line is, it helps us to provide our programs to the area schools, and helps us impact close to 13,000 students in our area."
The Junior Achievement Mini-Corvette Challenge will take place May 8, And WBKO will have a car in the race.