Since the CTS-V was launched in 2004, enthusiasts have flocked to it like no other car out there. It was essentially America’s answer to the BWM M5, and it has continued to improve as time goes on. Now that the second generation version has been in production for five model years, the gearheads within General Motors, in conjunction with Ron Fellows, have decided to create a track day for enthusiasts looking to improve their driving skills in the current CTS-V.
For a choice of one or two days at Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club just outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, you can have the experience of a lifetime. Dubbed the “V-Series Academy,” it not only gives students the chance to hone their skills, but to learn new ones that they may not have ever imagined.
According to Don Butler, Vice President of Cadillac Marketing, “The experience of driving a Cadillac V-Series car is extremely convincing. This new partnership with Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch opens a new experience in a truly luxurious setting for consumers to enhance their skills and put a series of world-class performance cars to the test.”
We agree, and what better car to do it in other than a 2013 Cadillac CTS-V coupe, sedan, and wagon? If the V-Series Academy is something you would be interested in (and it should be), you can visit their website by clicking here, and registering. Classes will be offered throughout the year at $1,295 for a single day, or $2,295 for two days.