If you are interested in becoming a member, you can download the membership application here.

Benefits of Belonging to Lafayette Corvette Club

Lafayette Corvette Club is a member of the National Council of Corvette Clubs which was founded as an all volunteer, non-profit organization in 1959 by a small group of Corvette owners and enthusiasts. The purpose of NCCC was ( and still is ) to promote interest in Corvette ownership and operation, to publish information on the use and operation of the Corvette and to establish an organized effort to encourage others to participate in the enjoyment connected with the use of the Corvette. All LCC members belong to both organizations. Some of the many benefits of belonging to LCC/NCCC are listed below.

Competition Programs

In order to encourage interactivity between individual clubs, NCCC has organized a comprehensive National Competition Program. We have a set of Rules that are Nationally recognized and followed. A National Points Standing compilation is maintained by the Vice President of Competition and a Regional Points Standing that each Regional Competition Director is responsible to maintain. Trophies are awarded to Indiana’s top competitors at the Indiana Region Awards Banquet held each spring. The top national competitors receive awards at NCCC’s annual convention.


NCCC hosts an annual Convention in different parts of the country each summer. NCCC members come together from across the nation for a week of getting to know each other. Every day is filled with Corvette related activities such as drag racing, high and/or low speed events, rallyes and car shows. Day trips are often available for individuals that aren’t involved in competition events at Convention. At the end of the day everyone gets together for a fun filled evening of entertainment, dancing, or just relaxing and visiting with friends.

Visit the NCCC convention page for information on past, present and future NCCC conventions.


A number of companies have formed a friendship with NCCC and offer discounts to its members. You can find out more information on the special discounts for members page on the NCCC Website.

Future Corvette Owners Association

Since 1991 the Future Corvette Owners Association has been the youth organization of NCCC, the largest non-profit Corvette organization in the United States. A unique Corvette club for kids, it has Mid America Motorworks as its main sponsor. FCOA projects are also supported by other major automotive-related businesses. Its mission is to instill and then maintain an interest in the Corvette hobby within the younger generation. 


The largest single benefit most obvious is the insurance program provided by Philadelphia Insurance Company, which is a third party insurance; Covering all meetings, social events, caravans, car shows and competition events. Below is an abbreviated listing of the coverage under this policy:

Benefit Listing:
Products-Completed Operations Aggregate Limit
Personal and Advertising Injury Limit
Each Occurrence Limit
Damage to Rented Premises (Ea occurance)
Coverage Level:
Non-competitive Event Liability
Rallye Event Liability
Competitive Event Liability
Composite Rate:
Per Member
Per Event
Per Event

Membership Materials

As a NCCC Member you will also receive an annual membership packet that includes a NCCC membership card, discounts for various businesses, and more. You may purchase additional NCCC Merchandise here: NCCC Merchandise

NCCC Scholarship Program

This program has been in existence since 1990 and is funded through donations from Clubs, individuals and corporate friends such as Mid America Motorworks. The NCCC Scholarship Committee awards $1,000.00 scholarships to worthy young people who have some connection with NCCC through a father, mother, grandfather, grandmother, etc., who has been a member of NCCC for at least three years. “Some connection” implies that the applicant’s relatives should have knowledge of the various requirements of the NCCC Scholarship Program. Be sure to plan ahead for next year by reviewing material on the program, including the deadline for submission.


NCCC publishes a national quarterly magazine to keep members up to date on what is happening in their region and nationally. Blue Bars is a wonderful example of the Corvette fun that NCCC generates.


The National Council of Corvette Clubs has a Website that connects over 200 clubs in 16 regions across the United States. The Website is a central location for NCCC members to get information and keep up with what other members are doing. It is home to the NCCC Classified Section which has been effective in the sale of members’ Corvette related items.

The Indiana Region of NCCC has a Website that connects affiliated Indiana and western Kentucky clubs. A calendar on this site keeps members updated on competitive events happening within the Region. In addition, competition points are tracked and posted for the Indiana Region.


NCCC is based on having fun with your Corvette! We have so many Clubs and Members that enjoy their Corvettes and have made life long friends through this fine Council! You will not find any kinder Corvette people anywhere! NCCC brings the Corvette community together to honor America’s True Sports Car: THE CORVETTE!

Participation Points Program

Participation points for members will be awarded as follows:

  1. 1 point – shall be awarded for attending, but not participating with a Corvette, in an automotive related function.
  2. 2 points – shall be awarded for attending a LCC meeting or working an NCCC event.
  3. 2 points – shall be awarded for participating with a Corvette at an NCCC event (2 points per event).
  4. 3 points – shall be awarded for participating with a Corvette at a non NCCC event. (car shows, rally’s, parades, etc.)
  5. 5 points – shall be awarded for hosting a party, chairing an event (NCCC or Club), attending the NCCC convention (5pts/day, 25 points max.), or for sponsoring a new member.
  6. 1 extra point – will be awarded for driving your Corvette to the meeting.
  7. No more than 8 points per day will be awarded.

Competition Points:

Competition points for club members will be your NCCC points accumulated by entering or working NCCC events.

Point Awards:

The top (3) three men and top (3) three women participation point scores will be awarded during the awards banquet. Members receiving greater than 50 competition points will be recognized during the awards banquet.