Check out images of the car on the track in our CTS-V Coupe race car image gallery.
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Cadillac is making a splash-y return into the SCCA World Challenge series, which they exited with the end of production of the first generation CTS-V sedan with the introduction of the CTS-V Coupe race car.
The Cadillac team will debut the car in competition in St. Petersburg, FL.
The chat is going to be hosted by V-Series Racing Marketing Manager John Craemer and Cadillac Global Marketing Manager Jim Vurpillat.
To join in on the chat, visit Cadillac’s Facebook page.
It’s great to see Cadillac getting its groove back.
Starting with the upcoming season, Cadillac will return to the SCCA World Challenge series with a race-prepped version of the CTS-V Coupe. As you may recall, Cadillac’s last entry in the series was a version of the first generation CTS-V sedan.
Video below from GM about the logic to return.
And the press release below. Continue reading
The results of yesterday’s CTS-V challenge are out and, as you might expect, the CTS-V cleaned up on Monticello’s 3+ mile track.
Taking 1st-3rd and 5th-7th and 10th places – the V’s acquitted themselves quite well.
The best challenger was a BMW M3 in the 4th spot. 8th was filled with what many consider the V’s closest competitor, the BMW M5. The M5 with it’s 500hp was fewer than 3 seconds ahead of the 9th place Mitsubishi Evolution.
11th-12th were brought up by the Jaguar XF (note, Jaguar was supposed to supply an XF-R for the competition but felt that its brakes were not up to the task of competitive laps and backed out at the last minute) and the Audi RS4.
See the official results below: