Cadillac CTS-V Coupe Race Cars Coming to the LBC

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Long Beach, California will be hosting the third round of the 2011 Sports Car Club of America World Challenge season. One of the presenters in this round will be Cadillac Racing and their team recently returned to racing in March at the Streets of St. Petersburg. This was Cadillac's first race since 2007 and it was where they debuted the CTS-V Coupe race car.

The CTS-V Coupe race cars are based on the production variant of the vehicle, which is manufactured at GM's Grand River assembly plant. The racer is powered by a 6.2-liter V8 delivering 556-horsepower, and it is also equipped with Brembo brakes and a Magnetic Ride Control suspension system. All in all, Cadillac is bringing one hot racer to the streets of Long Beach.

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