Lombardi Racing won’t be returning to the Canadian Touring Car Championship to defend their two consecutive titles this year, instead switching to the new Super Production Challenge series.
Pfaff Automotive Partners will enter the 2011 Canadian Touring Car Championship with an Audi A5 in the championship’s super touring class.
The Castrol Canadian Touring Car Championship has announced new branding and partners for the 2011 season, as it heads into its fifth year.
The Canadian Touring Car Championship has announced an initial seven event calendar for 2011, with more possibly to be added before the season kick-off in May.
Nick Wittmer grabbed his second Castrol Canadian Touring Car Championship in style with a defiant victory in race two for Lombardi Honda Racing.
Nick Wittmer won the first race at the ICAR circuit in Quebec to close in on his second championship, with only Dave Ciekiewicz’s Subaru able to stop him.
Dave Ciekiewicz took his second win of the season in a single weekend, with a duplication of yesterdays podium in the Super Touring Class at Mosport.
Dave Ciekiewicz and Kurt Langeveldt took their first victories of the year at race one at Mosport, in a race that had to be restarted due to a crash at the start.
Sasha Anis took the win in the second race at Grand Prix de Trois Rivières, as race one winner Marc-Antoine Camirand retired with mechanical problems.
Marc-Antoine Camirand took a record beating nine wins at the Grand Prix de Trois Rivières circuit, and his third win of the season in the first race of the weekend.