Soundcast Systems CTS-V Racecar Speeds into the Record Books at USFRA World of Speed Race
- First Car in Two Years to Be Added to the 130 MPH Club at Bonneville Salt Flats Event -
San Diego – November 6, 2006 – Soundcast Systems, a leading provider of revolutionary wireless audio transmission systems, today announced that the Soundcast-sponsored Cadillac CTS-V racecar participated in the USFRA World of Speed race at the Bonneville Salt Flats, becoming the first car in two years of the event to make it into the 130 MPH Club. Soundcast Systems Chief Technologist, Eric Booking, piloted the CTS-V in the snow-like conditions created by the BB sized grains of salt on the Salt Flats driving surface.
“Soundcast is committed to achieving the pinnacle of both design and performance in all facets of our business, from revolutionary wireless audio products to company sponsored vehicles,” said Rusty Bennett, vice president of sales and marketing for Soundcast Systems. “We’re thrilled that the Soundcast-sponsored CTS-V racecar, achieved such a fantastic accomplishment by making it into this prestigious group of racecar drivers.”
The USFRA World of Speed race is compiled of stock vehicles with the
ambition of achieving the prestigious 130mph club. By limiting the distance
to achieve this speed to one mile, two years have passed since a vehicle
was able to reach this velocity. This was the first official entry for
San Diego based Soundcast Systems.