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Action Express Cadillacs 1-2 in foggy warm-up

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Action Express Racing’s two Cadillacs came to life in Sunday morning’s warm-up, running 1-2 the chilly 20-minute session. Filipe Albuquerque was quickest at 1m16.830s in the #5 Mustang Sampling Cadillac DPi-V.

2020 Cadillac CT4: The Regular Ol’ Non-V Models Are Here

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - After revealing the lower-spec CT4-V earlier this year–Cadillac Vs will offer lower- and higher-performing models; we have yet to see the warhead CT4-V– Cadillac is now showing off the more frugal base version. The 2020 Cadillac CT4 joins the lineup as the brand’s new entry-level sedan.

All Acura in Monterey qualifying

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Acura Team Penske had the measure of its rivals in qualifying for IMSA’s penultimate WeatherTech SportsCar Championship round of 2019 as Ricky Taylor led a 1-2 for the brand — just as it did in morning practice — as the #7 Acura ARX-05 took command of the 11-turn road course (1m15.053s). Teammate Juan Pablo Montoya was second (+0.308s) amid the unusual mid-September heatwave in Monterey and Wayne Taylor Racing’s Jordan Taylor in his #10 Cadillac DPi (+0.453s) mirrored the same order from Saturday morning with nearly identical margins between the three protagonists.

Acura Team Penske takes second practice in Monterey

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A toasty afternoon at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca saw Juan Pablo Montoya move his #6 Acura Team Penske ARX-05 to the top of the time sheet with a lap of 1m16.003s. He was far from comfortable, though, as Felipe Nasr nearly matched the lap with his #31 Action Express Racing Cadillac DPi-V.

Hey Cadillac, V Is for What Now?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - If you find Cadillac’s newton-meter badging confusing, wait until you get a load of its new sedan strategy. The two surviving sedans would seem easy to categorize, with the Cadillac CT4 replacing the luxury-compact ATS and the CT5 replacing the luxury-midsize CTS.

Which wore the 10-wheel big-engine tire-testing configuration better? Citroen or Cadillac?

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Period photos likely via Michelin, Biel Technicum. Technical solutions often appear that only make sense in certain windows of time. Take, for instance, the fax machine, relevant until suddenly everybody had email. Tire testing apparently also had a need for ever more complex solutions in the 1970s, which is why, in a short window of time, two different 10-wheel mobile tire testing machines were built in Europe, one from a Citroen DS, the other from a Cadillac Eldorado.