“I am very proud to be launching this new season’s calendar,” says Dominique Bondar, General Manager of CTCC. “Six events at six different racetracks is more challenging for the teams and it makes the competition more interesting. I am very satisfied with this schedule and I hope our fans will be happy to follow us and enjoy the track diversity."
As it has become the traditional program opener for the past fourteen seasons, CTCC will start at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park in May with the first double-header of the summer during the Castrol Victoria Day SpeedFest. Then, off to Shannonville Motorsport Park in June for the Summer Challenge and to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in July. With two events in August, CTCC will be returning to the Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières at the beginning of August and going to Calabogie Motorsports Park the last weekend of August.
The last rounds of the year will be held at Circuit ICAR in September for its grand finale.
Canadian International AutoShow Contest: Once again, CTCC will be attending the Canadian International AutoShow at the Metro Toronto Convention Center from February 14 – 23 to meet with fans and engage with a great contest. Stay tuned for more details.
May 15-17 / Rounds 1 and 2: Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Bowmanville ON.
June 5-7/ Rounds 3 and 4: Shannonville Motorsport Park, Shannonville ON.
July 3-5 / Rounds 5 and 6: Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, Lexington, Ohio, USA.
August 7-9 / Rounds 7 and 8: Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières, Trois-Rivières QC.
August 28-30 / Rounds 9 and 10: Calabogie Motorsports Park, Calabogie ON.
September 11-12 / Rounds 11 and 12: Circuit ICAR, Mirabel QC.
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About CTCC: CTCC presented by Pirelli is a Sports Car Racing Championship and a leader in Canadian motorsport. It provides race fans with close and exciting competition between some of Canada’s finest and fastest race car drivers. CTCC takes pride in the fact that it is Canadian owned and operated, and that it is one of the longest-running professional sports car series in Canada. It showcases race cars based on their original street version since 2007. For more information about the series, visit www.touringcar.ca.