Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Cadillac heralds its re-entrance into racing via CTS-V coupe

It's been 3 years since Cadillac dominated the field of the SCCA World Challenge with the CTS-V. Looks like they're looking to take it all back again.

Yesterday, General Motors announce it would re-enter the Sports Car Club of America's World Challenge via two brand-spankin new Cadillac CTS-V coupe's as prepared by the infamous Pratt & Miller.

If you don't know who Pratt & Miller is, just know that they're the ones responsible for the GT1 dominating Corvette   coupes that have dominated Le Mans for so many years.

The two CTS-V Coupe race cars will compete for the first time on March 25 in St. Petersburg, Florida with Johnny O'Connel and Andy Pilgram behind the wheel.

Source: General Motors

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