Cadillacs from the late 50s and early 60s are celebrated like steel and chrome gods from a bygone era. The CT6 has more in common with those, in terms of design, than the casual observer might think.
Aside from the changing in title sponsors from Toyota to Acura (AGPLB), this seems more than a little familiar. The 2019 running of the grand prix is really no different than what has come before. And, that's good!
Three former champions, Helio Castroneves, James Hinchcliffe, and Will Power, are battling it out on the streets of Long Beach at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach. However, there is one thing they do agree on.
The third place Jordan Taylor / Renger Van Der Zande Cadillac team did finish in the WeatherTech IMSA series at the GPLB ahead of Juan Pablo Montoya and Helio Castroneves in the Acura Prototypes. Not too shabby.
All attending are engulfed by an Alice In Wonderland experience. The endless stream of colors, sounds, smells, and blazingly fast racing coupled with a hint of danger is like a motorsports version of a Timothy Leary acid trip.
KODO represents the instant that energy becomes motion, such as the muscular beauty as an animal pounces or a human leaps into action. The KODO design cues on the Mazda RT24-P include the sleek body contours and the five-point Mazda grille.