The Chevrolet 2008 Corvette has yet to be evaluated by any government agency with respect to its ability to withstand a crash. Of course, safety remains on the minds of all GM designers, and the Corvette comes equipped with some outstanding safety features.
As been noted elsewhere on TheCarConnection.com, the best way to survive a car crash is not to get in one in the first place, and the Chevy Corvette 2008 has a number of ways to help you do just that. ConsumerGuideAuto notes the stopping power, saying the "powerful brakes provide short, stable stops" and that it comes with anti-lock brakes and traction control.
Edmunds calls the active stability control, which monitors traction and engine power, "superb" in the Chevrolet; 2008 also means that "side-impact airbags are optional, but head curtain airbags are not available," which Cars.com confirms.