Cadillac has opened the V-Series Academy at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club in Nevada. It allows drivers to hit the track in a CTS-V sedan, coupe or wagon.
Cadillac has opened the V-Series Academy at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club in Nevada.
Located outside of Las Vegas, the V-Series Academy allows enthusiasts to hit the track in a CTS-V sedan, coupe or wagon. Participants can sign up for one or two day sessions - which are priced at $1,295 and $2,295, respectively - where they will be taught "car control exercises and on-track performance driving."
The curriculum was developed by racing driver Ron Fellow and challenges students to tackle the 4 mile (6.4 km) long course which has elevation changes of up to 125 feet (38 meters).
In a statement, Cadillac's vice president of marketing said "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."