2014 Canadian Touring Car Runner-Up …
This weekend, driver Rémy Audette and the Audette Racing team contested the final doubleheader of the Canadian Touring Car Championship 2014 season, at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (Mosport), in Ontario.
Sixth 2014 Racing Weekend …
GP3R – All four heats, semi-final and final run over one day instead of its normal two-day format
Friday 8 August will go down in history as the day the FIA World Rallycross Championship presented by Monster Energy staged its first event outside of Europe as part of the annual Grand Prix Trois-Rivieres (GP3R) motorsport festival in Quebec, Canada.
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 !
This weekend in Ontario…
This weekend, Quebec driver Rémy Audette earned his very first career win in the Canadian Touring Car Championship. After qualifying in sixth, the Audette Racing driver quickly made his way to the front of the pack, on route to winning the race, in only his sixth series start, of which four have been at the wheel of the Dimensions Doors/Novatech Acura RSX. During the second race, he was on his way to a repeat performance when a mechanical issue forced him to retire.
This weekend in Canadian Touring Car…
Winner of May’s first two rounds of the 2012 Canadian Touring Car Championship, Quebec driver Mathieu Audette will return to competition this weekend for the seventh and eighth races of the season, to be held at the Circuit du Mont-Tremblant. This marks the first time the series will be presented at this track, but not the first time for the Audette Racing Team driver.
This weekend at Mirabel’s Circuit ICAR …
This weekend, Quebec driver Rémy Audette will contest the ‘’ICAR Sundown’’ in Mirabel, at the wheel of his Dimensions Doors/Novatech Acura RSX. During his inaugural race in this series just ten days ago at the Grand Prix du Canada, he turned heads by finishing on the podium in both rounds. This weekend, Rémy is eyeing nothing less than victory.
Canadian Touring Car Championship kicks off this weekend…
The Audette Racing Team will take to the Mosport circuit this weekend in Ontario, for the first two rounds of the 2012 Canadian Touring Car Championship season. At the wheel of his Dimensions Doors/Novatech Acura RSX, Mathieu Audette will be up against particularly stiff competition (this season close to fifty drivers are registered for the series) but nevertheless, his goal is nothing less than victory for this first double-header of the year.
Audette Racing Team 2012 program…
The Audette Racing Team will return to competition this season, contesting all rounds of the Canadian Touring Car Championship. While awaiting the build of a brand new car, brothers Mathieu and Rémy Audette will participate in a rotating program for a total of four races each, using the team’s Dimensions Doors/Novatech Acura RSX.
This weekend at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve
Quebec driver Mathieu Audette will contest this weekend’s round of the Canadian Touring Car Championship at the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve as part of the Montreal NASCAR weekend’s program. This is the first time Canadian Touring Car will hold an event on this track, marking Mathieu Audette’s return to the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve after a seven-year absence.
Touring Car Victory…
Quebec driver Mathieu Audette won one of two Canadian Touring Car Championship races this weekend as part of the forty-second edition of the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières. At the wheel of his Dimensions Doors / Novatech Acura RSX Type-S, Audette earned the pole position and was leading both rounds before engine issues put an early end to his second race.
Audette on top of the points’ standings with three wins in eight races
The F2000 Championship Series roars into Mosport this weekend with Canadian Remy Audette, from Sainte-Anne-du-Lac, Quebec, on top of the points’ standings with three wins in eight races, and a worst finishing position of seventh this year in his #21 Audette Racing Van Diemen/Zetec. A tentative entry lists stands 27 cars strong.
The F2000 Championship Series season kick off
The F2000 Championship Series will kick off its 2011 seven-event, 14-race tour at VIRginia International Raceway this weekend for the sixth consecutive season, with the 31 car field being as competitive as ever. Early Championship contenders include returning drivers and race winners Remy Audette, from Canada, alongside Americans Chris Livengood and Jonathan Scarallo.
Nick Wittmer still leading the championship
The Lombardi Honda Racing team, defending Canadian Touring Car champions, competed in this past weekend’s popular Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières with no less than three Honda Civic Si’s. Despite problems adapting their cars to this urban track, the team comes away from the weekend with a fifth place for Benjamin Distaulo and two “Top 6″ finishes for Nigel Heron, while Nick Wittmer maintains his hold at the top of the championship standings.
One victory and a second place for Rémy Audette, one podium for his brother Mathieu in Trois-Rivières!
The Audette Racing team experienced a very positive weekend at the forty-first edition of the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières, as Rémy Audette earned a victory and a second place in the Formula Tour 1600 series races while his brother Mathieu Audette captured a second place in Canadian Touring Car after climbing up thirty-three places !
Grand Prix Trois-Rivières Canadian Touring Car
Jocelyn Fecteau and Media Racing Team competed this weekend in both rounds of the Canadian Touring Car Championship as part of the 41st running of the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières. With his Toyota Corolla XRS still a constant work in progress, Fecteau nevertheless managed “Top 16″ rankings in both races in Touring class.
Nick Wittmer wins race one in Toronto and increases his Championship lead
Driving his Lombardi Honda Racing Civic Si, Montrealer Nick Wittmer won the first of two rounds at this past weekend’s Honda Indy Toronto Grand Prix. The 2009 champion and current 2010 points leader, Wittmer also finished second in the second race of the weekend, increasing his lead in his hunt for a repeat title-winning season.
Lombardi Honda Racing victorious at Mosport…
Defending Canadian Touring Car champion, Montrealer Nick Wittmer, lead the Lombardi Honda Racing Team to a new high this past weekend at the Mosport track in Ontario. At the wheel of his Honda Civic Si, Wittmer finished the two races in first and third place respectively. His teammates, Ontarian Alex Healy and Quebecker Benjamin Distaulo completed the two races in the Top 10, rounding out an excellent showing for the Lombardi Honda Racing Team.
Nick Wittmer, Alex Healy and Benjamin Distaulo on route to Mosport
Lombardi Racing Team, last year’s Canadian Touring Car winners, is throwing their hat back into the ring as of this weekend when the 2010 season begins at Mosport Park in Ontario. Defending champion, Montréaler Nick Wittmer, Ontarian Alex Healy and Québecker Benjamin Distaulo will take commande of three Super Touring Honda Civic Si’s with one common goal : to continue their string of success.
Nick Wittmer, Alex Healy and Benjamin Distaulo to wear Lombardi Colours in Canadian Touring Car
Today the Lombardi Honda Racing Team, victorious in the 2009 Canadian Touring Car Championship, announced its new line-up of drivers to sport their colours throughout the 2010 season at the helm of their Super Touring Honda Civic Si’s. Champion driver Nick Wittmer will be joined by Ontarian Alex Healy and Quebecker Benjamin Distaulo.