Participating drivers will have the chance to learn and master advanced driving techniques, and will be provided the opportunity to test these skills on some of the most demanding racetracks in the country. Students will receive one-on-one instruction by professional racing instructors, as well as additional instruction from either Andy Pilgrim or Johnny O’Connell, two of the top drivers from Team Cadillac’s World Challenge.
With a curriculum designed by celebrated racecar driver Ron Fellows, each class will be limited to 12 participants, and will feature a one-day session for $1,295, and a more advanced two-day session for $2,295. Students can expect to be schooled in vehicle control techniques and high-performance driving with plenty of time spent on the track behind the wheel of one of Cadillac’s exceptionally powerful, sport-tuned V-series vehicles.
While the inaugural sessions have already taken place, the rest of the schedule thus far looks like this:
September 30 at the Autobahn Country Club in Joliet, Illinois
October 21 at Palm Beach International Raceway in Jupiter, Florida
Two more sessions at Spring Mountain Motorsports Ranch, set for November 30 and December 1
Performance enthusiasts should be thrilled at the opportunity to learn some of the most advanced racing techniques while driving some of the most powerful production vehicles available today.
For those who are interested in learning more about the Cadillac V-Series Driving Academy, or who would like to check out one of the sport-tuned V-Series vehicles in person, should visit Motor Werks Cadillac of Barrington. They are located at 206 North Cook Street in Barrington, IL, near Langendorf Park. For hours and directions (http://www.motorwerkscadillac.com/