The ACT 100 will kick off the 2013 Série ACT season
With support from La Cité de Mirabel Inc.
The experienced Roxton Pond (QC) driver will race in two Quebec rounds of the 2013 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series (NCaTS), at ICAR on July 7 and at Trois-Rivières on August 11, as a teammate to Ray Courtemanche Jr, aboard a second car prepared by Jacombs Racing. The project is backed La Cité de Mirabel Inc.
The new schedule boasts over $400,000 in prize and purse money, and will offer many exciting new bonuses.
The Montreal driver clinched the Championship with two 5th place finishes Calabogie Motorsports Park
The Quebec GT Challenge was created late in 2011 to give every racer a chance to go on track, no matter what type of car he or she was driving. Challenge founder Charles Hammer saw an opportunity to race the kind of car he likes to drive.
Déry, Laperle faceoff for the title
When the checkered flag drops this Sunday, September 16 at Autodrome St-Eustache, a Champion of the Série ACT Castrol Series will be crowned. The epic championship battle has morphed into a two-car war between defending Champion Patrick Laperle and top talent Jean-Francois Déry who will put everything on the line in hopes of a title this weekend.
Dery, Allard charge to podium finishes
Defending Serie ACT Castrol Champion Patrick Laperle surged for his second win of 2012 at his home track of Autodrome St-Eustache (QC) on Saturday, July 28th. Laperle had to fend off former champion Karl Allard in the closing laps, as well as point leader Jean-Francois Dery who was spoiled in search of his third win in a row on the Serie ACT Castrol.
Point leader Dery looks for three in a row
The stars of Serie ACT Castrol will head to Autodrome St-Eustache in St-Eustache, QC this Saturday, July 28 for the ACT 200. Point leader Jean-Francois Dery looks to claim his third straight victory in the series, and his second in a row at St-Eustache in 2012.
This weekend for the third round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship
Jordan Szoke takes his quest for an unprecedented eighth national Superbike title to historic Atlantic Motorsport Park in Shubenacadie, N.S. this weekend for the third round of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship. The rolling 2.56km (1.6-mile), 11-turn circuit has been a happy hunting ground for Szoke, who has five Superbike wins at the track, including a sweep of the doubleheader there in 2010.
“We were fast all weekend long and the bike was fantastic” -Szoke
“The bike is great; very consistent” -Szoke
Brantford, Ont.’s Jordan Szoke claimed his second straight pole position of the 2012 season during qualifying for round two of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship at Autodrome St-Eustache on Saturday.
Superbike leader Nelson takes in rare view from the top
For the first time since the opening round of the 2008 season, someone other than Jordan Szoke or Brett McCormick is on top of the national point standings. With his win two weeks ago at Shannonville Motorsport Park on the distinctive blue and gold Nelson Racing / Endras Motorrad / mcn.tv BMW S1000RR, Andrew Nelson took the lead in the point standings and put Szoke in the unfamiliar role of having to play catch-up in the title chase.
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