While Cadillac may be a formidable luxury brand, it is still lacking in a credible racing pedigree. In recent years, GM has sought to change that by introducing the CTS-V into a number of racing series. The latest CTS-V entry will compete in the SCCA World Challenge GT series, the first race happening towards the end of March. Though the first race is still two months away, being competitive takes a lot of practice and development. GM has released these photos of the CTS-V race car stretching its legs on the track. It looks like a promising race to be sure. The CTS-V Coupe Racer has yet to prove itself on the track, but its two drivers, Johnny O’ Connell and Andy Pilgrim, are no green horns. O’Connell is himself a veteran of the Corvette Racing team, and up until a few years ago Pilgrim was also a member of Corvette Racing, as well as the Cadillac Racing team. With these two proven veterans behind the wheel of the CTS-V Coupe, the rest of the racing crowd have their work cut out for them.. The two drivers took their race car out to the Sebring International Raceway to put it through the paces. They need to show up ready to race, as the last time Cadillac was on the track was back in 2007 as part of the SCCA World Challenge GT series. It didn’t exactly set the world on fire, but with these two veteran racers and a new car, we think Cadillac is capable of some big things this time around.