After winning the Sports Car Club of America Manufacturer’s Cup back in 2007, Cadillac seemed to have called it a career (most likely a decision made due to a famine of funding). But come next year, Cadillac will re-enter the motorsports racing scene once again with a racing-spec version of its highly acclaimed CTS-V Coupe. Notice the colored graphics on the side and how they match with the colors of the V badge… and how bad-ass they do indeed look.
The mad scientist behind the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe racecars is the famed Pratt & Miller engineering firm – the same lot trusted with creating the Corvette Racing GT-2 Class Le Mans cars seen this past racing season.
The CTS-V Coupe racecars will be competing for the first time ever at the SCCA World Challenge during March 25-27 in St. Petersburg, Fla. Corvette Racing driver Johnny O’Connell will be at the helm of one of the supercars, while Cadillac Racing veteran Andy Pilgrim will man the other.