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      11-05-2009, 05:41 PM   #89
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Originally Posted by AW325xi View Post
Here are the official results:
1. Cadillac CTS-V (John Heinricy): 2:46:560
2. Cadillac CTS-V (Brian Redman): 2:49:183
3. Cadillac CTS-V (Aaron Link): 2:48:902
4. BMW M3 (Michael Cooper): 2.50:424
5. Cadillac CTS-V (Jack Baruth): 2:51:153
6. Cadillac CTS-V (Lawrence Ulrich): 2:53:026
7. Cadillac CTS-V (Bob Lutz): 2:56:321
8. Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X (Wes Siler): 3:08.126
9. BMW M5 (Michael Mainwald): 3:08:989
10. Cadillac CTS-V (Chris Fairman.): 3:14:292
11. Audi RS4 (Tom Loder): 3:15:702
12. Jaguar XF (Archan Basu): 3:16.670

So to all those that say it took a professional driver to beat a privateer: where was the factory support for BMW, Mercedes, Audi and Jaguar? GM put the challenge out to anyone that wanted to submit a stock vehicle and Mitsubishi was the only one to step-up.
And here are the results of the actual competition participants.
1. BMW M3 (Michael Cooper): 2.50:424
2. Cadillac CTS-V (Jack Baruth): 2:51:153
3. Cadillac CTS-V (Lawrence Ulrich): 2:53:026
4. Cadillac CTS-V (Bob Lutz): 2:56:321
5. Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X (Wes Siler): 3:08.126
6. BMW M5 (Michael Mainwald): 3:08:989
7. Cadillac CTS-V (Chris Fairman.): 3:14:292
8. Audi RS4 (Tom Loder): 3:15:702
9. Jaguar XF (Archan Basu): 3:16.670


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