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Cadillac CTS-V Racing Explained

The Cadillac CTS-V is an extremely juicy go-fas machine and its racing incarnation takes things to an even higher level. GM is well aware of the latter vehicle’s impact on the public and has decided to offer us a taste of what it’s like to put it through its paces on the track.
Cadillac Racing has recently raced a pair of CTS-Vs at Miller Motorsports Park as part of the Pirelli World Challenge and has filmed the pre-race laps in order to quench our thirst for racing action.

The company released a video in which we see drivers Andy Pilgrim and Johnny O'Connell explaining various motorsport notions. The latter finished on second place, following a Porsche 911 GT3 driven by Patrick Long, while the first took fourth place, behind Mike Skeen’s Corvette Z06.
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