Cadillac announced that it will return to competition in 2011 with a race-ready version of its CTS-V Coupe to compete in the World Club Challenge Sports Car of America, North America's largest series of race-based production.
Cadillac returns to the circulation in a series in which he attended from 2004 to 2007. Competition in the GT class with the CTS-V Sport Sedan, Cadillac manufacturers captured the championship in 2005 and 2007 and the championship in 2005.
Cadillac is the field two teams in the future is based SCCA World Challenge GT-class racing on the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe. CTS-V, which also includes the CTS-V sedan and CTS-V, Wagon, was recently named Car and Driver magazine list of the Top 10 for 2011.
Cadillac is working with Pratt & Miller, a New Hudson, Michigan, engineering firm specializing in motorsports to develop the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe race car. While some components of the production CTS-V will be changed due to the unique requirements or comply with technical regulations SCCA Racing Series ", is any attempt to preserve the contents output as much as possible.