Cadillac opens V-Series Academy at Spring Mountain Motor Resort

Article by Anita Panait, on January 31, 2013

Cadillac has opened to the public its Cadillac V-Series Academy at Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club, paving the way for enthusiasts to participate in one- and two-day immersions to learn more about high performance driving in the Cadillac CTS-V. The Cadillac V-Series Academy located just outside Las Vegas boasts of over four miles of racetrack and 125 feet of elevation change.

The Cadillac V-Series Academy at Spring Mountain curriculum will have participants tackle a combination of car control exercises and on-track performance driving – designed to explore the capabilities of Cadillac’s V-Series family. Race car driving icon Ron Fellows, a class winner at the 24 Hours of Daytona and Le Mans, designed the curriculum for the Cadillac V-Series Academy.

Don Butler, vice president of Cadillac marketing, remarked that the experience of driving a Cadillac V-Series car is “extremely convincing.” He quipped that the brand’s partnership with Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch offers a new experience in a luxurious setting for drivers to improve their skills as well as put the Cadillac CTS-V to the test.

Cadillac will hold V-Series Academy classes at Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch throughout the year but classes are only limited to 12 students per session. A participant has to shell out $1,295 for a one-day session or $2,295 for the two-day immersion. Interested participants could register at CadillacVAcademy.com.

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