Cadillac opens V-Series Academy

By Editors on January 29, 2013 1:21 PM

Seeking to enlighten new owners on the potential that lies within its enthusiast-spec V-Series vehicles, Cadillac has just waved the green flag on its own high-performance driving school. Located outside of Las Vegas, Nevada, at the Spring Mountain Motor Resort & Country Club, it features a hands-on curriculum developed by professional race driver Ron Fellows, whose long and successful career includes class wins at both the 24 hours of Daytona and Le Mans.

"The experience of driving a Cadillac V-Series car is extremely convincing," said Don Butler, vice president of Cadillac marketing. "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."

The Cadillac V-Series Academy will be open all year, and each class is being limited to just 12 participants. A one-day session runs $1,295 and two-day immersions cost $2,295. Both include a combination of car control exercises and on-track performance driving. For more information or to register, visit


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