Chris Sahakian climbed on the third step of the podium twice in CTCC while Ashley Sahakian finished the race as 3rd rookie.
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Following two CTCC wins, Alex Tagliani adds a Third-Place podium finish in the NASCAR Pinty’s race in Trois-Rivières
After winning two Canadian Touring Car Championship races on Friday and Saturday, Alex Tagliani closed his weekend with a third place finish in Sunday’s round 8 of 12 of the NASCAR Pinty’s Series held at the Grand Prix of Trois-Rivières, his third podium finish of the weekend.
Halfway through two of four championships the Wittmer brothers, Nick, Karl, Kurt and Kuno are all in position to win their respective championship battles
Honda Ste-Rose racing is in the thick of things in the Pirelli World Challenge (PWC), Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) and the Super Pro Challenge (SPC) and looking forward to a good second half to this 2016 season.
Canadian Touring Car Championship…
At the wheel of his Dimensions Doors & Windows Honda Civic Si, Rémy Audette earned two victories this weekend at Mirabel’s Circuit ICAR, in the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC). As the only Audette Racing Team driver entered in this event, Rémy had a perfect weekend, including the fastest time in qualifying and the lap record in each of the races on the program.
CTCC season opening events…
Entered in this past weekend’s first two races of the Canadian Touring Car Championship’s 2016 season, the Audette Racing Team experienced a weekend of highs and lows in Ontario but Mathieu Audette earned himself a podium in one of the two races, rewarding the team’s hard work.
Nick Wittmer to focus on the United States while brother Karl races for the Canadian National Championship
Honda Ste-Rose racing 2016 season
Honda Ste-Rose Racing will be competing on several fronts this season with Nick Wittmer competing in the Touring Class (TC) of the ever popular Pirelli World Challenge (PWC) championship in his Honda Accord V6, while his brother Karl will be looking at claiming the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) in the Super Touring (ST) class.
Paul Gravel wins Team Continental Grand Prize VIP Trip to Daytona
The Old Stone’s Ballroom in Kingston’s Four Points by Sheraton hotel was the site of the 2015 Gala of Champions; the November 14 celebration recognizing and rewarding the accomplishments of competitors in the Canadian Touring Car Championship presented by Continental Tire series.
Alain Lauzière currently maintains a comfortable 94 point advantage atop the class point standings
When Team Octane rolls into the ICAR Mirabel airport circuit, on September 19, for the doubleheader season finale of the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) presented by Continental Tire, they will be in a position to secure three separate CTCC titles.
Two wins in First Four Canadian Tire Series starts
In the Canadian Touring Car Championship…
Despite rather uncertain weather at times, the 34 entered drivers provided the best show of the weekend
The drivers of the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) presented by Continental Tire have once again won the hearts of the race fans who attended the Trois-Rivières Grand Prix (GP3R) this weekend.
Tagliani to compete in three races at the Grand Prix of Trois-Rivières
Alex Tagliani will be a busy driver this weekend at the 47th running of the Grand Prix of Trois-Rivières (GP3R). A regular entrant in the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series presented by Mobil 1 (NCATS), Tagliani is entered in Round 8 of 12 held on this tight street course.
“It is four races and four wins for me” – Mathieu Audette
All three classes, Grand Touring Class, Super Touring Class and Touring Class participated in this weekend’s races.
The drivers of Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) presented by Continental Tire were faced with changing weather conditions for the Honda Indy Toronto weekend with some exciting turn of events throughout Friday and Saturday.
The official signing will take place in the ACE Climatic Wind Tunnel on Tuesday, May 26
ACE at The University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT) is revving up its presence in the world of Ontario motorsport.
In addition to his new roles Garwood is a full-time student at the Automotive Business School of Canada
As announced last weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Millers Oils Formula 1200 driver Matt Garwood will be adding to his racing résumé as Crew Chief and official test driver for Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) driver Martin Crisp.