Analyzing The Wahta Springs 300 at Barrie Speedway
The penultimate race of the 2014 NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 season will take place at Ontario’s Barrie Speedway on Saturday with the Wahta Springs 300.
Rounds 9 and 10 of the single-make series featuring Porsche 911 GT3 Cup Challenge
Season championships are up for grabs in all four classes of the Ultra 94 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada by Michelin on Aug. 29-31 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario, with title paths of varying difficulty adding even more spice to the season-ending event.
Fifth 2014 racing weekend …
The Audette Racing Team contested this weekend’s Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) doubleheader, presented on the Shannonville track near Belleville, Ontario. Rémy Audette made good use of the fifth event of the season by earning his fifth win of the season and therefore claiming victory in half of the races held this year !
Last race of the season: Pinty’s 250
It is with the same determination, passion and perseverance fueling the WeatherTech Canada / Bellemare team since the beginning of the 2013 season that Louis-Philippe Dumoulin will take part, this Saturday, September 21st, in the very last event of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series on the oval circuit of the Kawartha Speedway, Fraserville, Ontario.
David Ostella, Chris Green and JF Laberge will duke it out for the title
Within the woodlands of Calabogie, Ontario lies one of the most aesthetically-pleasing driving facilities in North America. Calabogie Motorsports Park adheres to the natural topography of the land and challenges drivers to reach high speeds while maintaing control.
Round-up of the First 2013 Races …
The Audette Racing Team contested this weekend’s double-header, the first two rounds of the 2013 Canadian Touring Car Championship season, held at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (Ontario’s Mosport circuit).
The ECKC will offer Briggs & Stratton Junior and Senior/Masters in 2013
As its 2013 season continues to take shape, the Eastern Canadian Karting Championship has news today that four-stroke racing will be back on its tracks this summer and organizers are once again firmly behind the Briggs & Stratton LO206 platform. Already well known in North America for producing the most competitive Rotax Max Challenge summer series, organizers are now looking to continue developing their four-stroke classes as well.
Teams and drivers will once again compete in both Ontario and Quebec in season four of the championship
The Eastern Canadian Karting Championship is set to maintain its status as the premier summer Rotax Max Challenge in North America with the release today of its 2013 schedule and the beginning of its awards package.
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