2011 CADILLAC CTS-V COUPE RACE CAR
The CTS-V Coupe is race version of Cadillac, which is prepared to competing in the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) World Challenge, North America’s top production-based racecar series.
Cadillac will field two teams in the upcoming SCCA World Challenge GT Class with a racecar based on the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Car. The CTS-V line, which also includes the CTS-V Sedan and CTS-V Wagon, was recently named to Car and Driver magazine’s 10 Best list for 2011.
Cadillac CTS-V Coupe is returning to racing in the SCCA World Challenge is a great way to demonstrate the performance and capability. Maxima in order to achieve results, Cadillac is working with Pratt & Miller, a New Hudson, Mich., engineering firm which specializes in motorsports, to develop the Cadillac CTS-V Coupe race car.
Some of the production CTS-V components will be modified due to the unique demands of racing or to meet the SCCA series’ technical rules, every effort is taken to maintain as much production content as possible.
DODGE RAM RUNNER CONVERSION KIT
Chrysler is now offering a Ram Runner conversion kit for the Ram Trucks 1500. In order to go full-out, the Stage 2 suspension kit that includes the same three-inch diameter internal-bypass Fox Racing shocks used in the Raptor, aluminum A-arms and a mighty lift. The whole shebang is good for around 14 inches of suspension travel.
Chrysler is offering up everything from a slick tube bumper, fiberglass fenders front and rear, a unique hood, cold-air intake system and a special exhaust. Each of those pieces carries a price tag of around $1,000 or more with the exception of the cold-air intake.