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20 year-old Spike Goddard will stay with the British team T-Sport in 2013 to contest the FIA Formula 3 European Championship.
The young gun will race a Championship Class T-Sport Dallara, powered by the Threebond Nissan engine. After making the jump from Formula Ford the Australian had a positive debut season with T-Sport in the British Formula 3 in 2012 and now heads into Europe keen to get results for the T-Sport team.
With a full field of 40 cars
The most prestigious race event of the year will take place in Montreal at Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve this weekend and the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) presented by Continental Tire will have the privilege of being a part of it. With a full field of 40 cars, the maximum allowed on the race track, CTCC is ready to put on a great show for the Montreal race fans.
MW Arden driver remained unbeaten on Day 2 at Circuit de Catalunya
Today marked the final day of GP3 Series™ post-season testing in Barcelona, and the teams were greeted with sunny but cold conditions in the morning. There were no new faces in the paddock with the driver line-up remaining unchanged from Day 1 and MW Arden’s Mitch Evans the man to beat.
MW Arden sophomore dominates Day 1 of post season test at Circuit de Catalunya
The first post season GP3 Series™ test kicked off today at Circuit de Catalunya, and there were lots of new faces in the paddock. With the majority of the 2011 field moving on this season it was time to welcome a new batch of drivers hoping to impress teams and grab a coveted 2012 race seat including British Formula Ford champion Scott Malvern, Ferrari protégé Brandon Maisano and Kevin Korjus.
Garett Grist will look to keep his pole streak alive in the Britain West yellow and blue #65 Van Diemen
“Newly crowned Can Am Cup winning team head to only visit to Shannonville on the 2011 Ontario Formula Ford Championship schedule”. Britain West Motorsport, Canada’s leading Formula Ford competition group, will take three cars to the tight confines of Shannonville Race Park for rounds five and six of the Ontario Formula Ford Championship.
The young hope had conclusive testing sessions in Indiana
Edmonton’s own Stefan Rzadzinski confirmed as a starter for the Edmonton Indy® Firestone Indy Lights® double header. Following two days of evaluation on Indiana’s Putnam Park road course, Edmonton’s Stefan Rzadzinski has been given the go ahead to enter at the upcoming Edmonton Indy® Firestone Indy Lights® double header, July 22-24 at City Centre Airport.
“Five-car assault” planned at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for 2nd weekend of Quebec Formula Ford Championship
Britain West Motorsport, Canada’s leading Formula Ford competition group, heads this weekend to the world class city of Montreal and the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve for the annual motor racing pilgrimage to the mecca of Canadian motorsports.
Five top-5 and two podiums in Tremblant
“Ontario team takes five top fives and two podiums in Quebec Formula Ford Championship opener at Circuit Mont Tremblant”. Britain West Motorsport, Canada’s leading Formula Ford competition group, headed to the beautiful Circuit Mont-Tremblant for the Classique du Printemps (Spring Classic) with a four car effort.
Quebec Formula Ford Championship opens season at Mont-Tremblant Circuit with both the Pro and Masters division
Britain West heads to Quebec for Formula Tour
Britain West Motorsport, Canada’s leading Formula Ford competition group, heads east this weekend to the picturesque local of Mont-Tremblant located in the beautiful Laurentian Mountains. Racing at the Circuit Mont-Tremblant Britain West Motorsport looks to open the 2011 Formula Tour 1600 season with solid results among four drivers.
“Ontario-based race team earns great results with four cars in the Ontario Formula Ford Championship division”
Britain West Motorsport, Canada’s leading Formula Ford competition group, wrapped up a successful opening weekend of their 2011 campaign. Running in the British Empire Motor Club 61st Annual Spring Trophy Race at the famous Mosport International Raceway, the weekend also marked the opening two rounds of the Ontario Formula Ford Championship.
Mortimer Racing is pleased to announce that Retired Major General Lewis MacKenzie will be featured in “General Racing”
A documentary by the award winning Producer Paul Culliton and Director Brendon Culliton
Lew will be driving the Public Mobile 1994 Euro Swift in the Quebec Formula Tour F1600 Master Class. Paul Culliton recently wrote and produced the award winning documentary “If I Should Fall” featuring the life and death of Trooper Marc Diab killed in Afghanistan in 2009.
18-year-old Dane becomes the youngest driver in the 2011 field
Mikkel Mac has become the youngest driver in the 2011 Formula Two field, after the 18-year-old confirmed his drive in the championship today. The Dane graduates to F2 following impressive showings in winter testing last December – he finished 7th overall in Portimão – and more recently pre-season testing at Silverstone and Snetterton, where he regularly ran amongst the top ten fastest drivers.
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.
A new competitor is coming to the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series
Twenty One year old Caitlin Johnston of Orangeville, Ontario will take temporary leave of her Formula Ford schedule and make her first stock car appearance at Mosport International Raceway the weekend of June 12 & 13. Johnston will also participate in the first ever NASCAR Canadian Tire Series event at the Toronto Indy in mid July. Caitlin Johnston will pilot the #01Pizza Pizza Dodge for both races.