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IMSA – Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen 2017 Entry List @WGI

Canadian drivers and teams participating in this weekends Sahlen’s Six Hours of The Glen weekend. As of 28/June/17

Continental Series


#12 Trent Hindman / Wayside, NJ Cameron Cassels / Coldstream, British Columbia Bodymotion Racing

#68 Kenny Wilden / Oakville, Ontario Rod Randall / Tampa, FL Motorsports In Action

#69 Jesse Lazare / Montreal, Quebec Chris Green / Montreal, Quebec Motorsports In Action

#76 Paul Holton / Orlando, FL Matt Plumb / Chadds Ford, PA C360R

#77 Mathew Keegan / Santa Rosa, CA Nico Rondet / San Francisco, CA C360R


#37 Mike LaMarra / Brighton, MI James Vance / Toronto, Ontario MINI JCW Team

#47 Adam Isman / Vancouver, British Columbia Alain Lauziere / Vaudreuil-Dorion, Quebec Team Octane

#75 Roy Block / Winter Park, FL Pierre Kleinubing / Brazil C360R

WeatherTech Series


#20 Don Yount USA , Buddy Rice USA,  Daniel Burkett CAN BAR1 Motorsports


#28 Daniel Morad CAN,  Michael de Quesada,  USA Michael Christensen DNK Alegra Motorsports

@VARACBoD Photos from the CTMP weekend

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@WCRacing Road America Practice #2 Results


Results from today’s practice session #2.

1st PRO #50 Ian James Panoz Avezzano GT – Team Panoz Racing 2:19.671

2nd PRO #99 Jeff Courtney Maserati GT4 – JCR Motorsports 2:20.242

3rd PRO #80 Martin Barkey KTM Xbow GT4 – Mantella Autosports 2:20.334

6th AM #018 Cameron Cassels Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR – Case-it Racin 2:22.256

9th AM #89 Fred Roberts Maserati GT4 – JCR Motorsports 2:23.132

2nd TC #91 Nick Wittmer BMW M235iR – ST Racing 2:28.567

7th TC # 38 Samantha Tan BMW M235iR – ST Racing 2:30.767

8th TC #26 Jayson Clunie BMW M235iR – Classic BMW 2:31.162


@USF2000 Race #1 Results from Road America

In today’s race #1 of the weekend Canadians Parker Thompson and Jayson Clunie of Exclusive Autosport finished in 5th and 14th. The top three in the race were as follows:

1st #21 Rinus VeeKay Pabst Racing

2nd #79 David Malukas BN Racing

3rd #23 Lucas Kohl Pabst Racing

Qualifying for Saturday’s Race #2 goes later today at 4:35pm CT, Race #2 goes off at 1:10pm CT Saturday.



F4 United States Championship Results from Indianapolis Motor Speedway @F4Championship


Most are probably not aware that there are two Canadians racing in this years F4 United States Championship series. Rapheal Forcier from Montreal Quebec who drives for Indy Motorsports Group and Steve Bamford from Toronto Ontario who drives for Rice Race Prep.

Three races were held this past weekend at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway and how the drivers finished are as follows:

Race #1

4th #62 Rapheal Forcier

28th #07 Steve Bamford

Race #2

5th #62 Rapheal Forcier

21st #07 Steve Bamford

Race #3

5th #62 Rapheal Forcier

22nd #07 Steve Bamford

NOTE : This series will be making an appearance during the Mobil 1 SportsCar Grand Prix July 6-9 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

Parker Thompson and Scott Hargrove sweep the weekend races at the #CanadaGP in Montreal

It was a memorable trip for the two Canadians in Montreal this past weekend on the 50th Anniversary of the Formula One Grand Prix of Canada.  Parker Thompson driving the #90 Exclusive Autosport F1600 took first place in both races of the weekend,  his first victory of the weekend was by a .411 of a second. On Sunday, Thompson completed the sweep, winning by an even slimmer margin, just .010 of a second.

In the IMSA ULTRA 94 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada series Scott Hargrove also had a great weekend. Scott brought his No. 9 Castrol/Pfaff Motorsports Porsche GT3 Cup car home in first place in both of his races.

@WCRacing Photos from Lime Rock Park are now posted.


Photos from The Grand Prix of Lime Rock Park are now posted on the Pirelli World Challenge Page

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Samantha Tan racing moved up to 2nd in the points at Lime Rock Park – @WCRacing @limerockpark

Samantha Tan


Lakeville, Conn., May 28, 2017.– The Memorial Day weekend at Lime Rock Park did not provide very good weather for their season opener. Nonetheless, the Touring Car Round 5 of the Pirelli World Challenge  (PWC) Grand Prix of Lime Rock on Friday was a 40-minute round filled with action. Both ST Racing drivers had a great start, but they also had their share of action. Samantha Tan’s #38 GPI Motul car slid off the track when she went wide at the outside of Turn 1, on the very first lap.

“Today, I started near the back and had an amazing start,” said Tan. “I passed a few cars right away, but went a bit too far towards the outside of the first turn, and my two wheels dropped into the grass. It had rained all day, and my car was sent into the wet grass and towards the forest. I ended up backing the car into a tree ( see photo above ).  But I was able to get back into the race, and managed to pass four people. I learned a lot.”

Tan added, “This is my very first time at Lime Rock, and I have to say, it’s pretty challenging. However, it’s a lot of fun when you get the corners right.”

Tan’s teammate, Nick Wittmer was really happy with his first race of the weekend, but talked about how difficult it is to pass at Lime Rock. “I lost quite a few positions right on the start, fell to 14th place, but got back up to eighth place, which is a very good thing here, because you cannot pass at this track, there is no passing room whatsoever, but I made it through, and I was able to pass Anthony Magagnoli (# 80) with whom I had battled with for the whole race, and grabbed 8th place on the last lap. I’m very happy with my race because I collected more points and moved up to third in the Championship, just a few points away from second. ”

The whole ST Racing Team was pumped up for Round 6 on Saturday with partly sunny skies and warmer weather prevailing.  Even though the Lime Rock track is short (1.5-mile), fast and intense, Nick Wittmer ran a great race, and went from 8th place to 4th.  It was a constant battle between the top four drivers, especially on the last laps. Wittmer almost captured 3rd place for a podium finish, but he drove a smart race and was ecstatic with his 4th place finish because he managed to move into 2nd place in the Championship points.

Samantha Tan gained positions right from the start of the race, but while she was trying to pass a car in front of her, the guy braked at the apex, and in order to avoid him, she put 2 wheels off track and ended up in the grass. Tan quickly rejoined the race, and worked hard to make her way back up the field. Tan was all smiles at the end of the race, because although the results did not show it, she had showed a lot of grit, she never gave up, and she found a new confidence in her driving.

@WCRacing – Photos from the paddock @limerockpark

101st Indianapolis 500 race results


INDIANAPOLIS – Results Sunday of the 101st Indianapolis 500 Verizon IndyCar Series event on the 2.5-mile Indianapolis Motor Speedway, with order of finish, starting position in parentheses, driver, chassis-engine, laps completed and reason out (if any):

1. (4) Takuma Sato, Honda, 200, Running
2. (19) Helio Castroneves, Chevrolet, 200, Running
3. (11) Ed Jones, Honda, 200, Running
4. (15) Max Chilton, Honda, 200, Running
5. (7) Tony Kanaan, Honda, 200, Running
6. (18) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevrolet, 200, Running
7. (3) Alexander Rossi, Honda, 200, Running
8. (8) Marco Andretti, Honda, 200, Running
9. (25) Gabby Chaves, Chevrolet, 200, Running
10. (24) Carlos Munoz, Chevrolet, 200, Running
11. (2) Ed Carpenter, Chevrolet, 200, Running
12. (14) Graham Rahal, Honda, 200, Running
13. (13) Mikhail Aleshin, Honda, 200, Running
14. (23) Simon Pagenaud, Chevrolet, 200, Running
15. (31) Sebastian Saavedra, Chevrolet, 200, Running
16. (6) JR Hildebrand, Chevrolet, 200, Running
17. (28) Pippa Mann, Honda, 199, Running
18. (29) Spencer Pigot, Chevrolet, 194, Running
19. (22) Josef Newgarden, Chevrolet, 186, Running
20. (33) James Davison, Honda, 183, Contact
21. (12) Oriol Servia, Honda, 183, Contact
22. (17) James Hinchcliffe, Honda, 183, Contact
23. (9) Will Power, Chevrolet, 183, Contact
24. (5) Fernando Alonso, Honda, 179, Mechanical
25. (16) Charlie Kimball, Honda, 166, Mechanical
26. (32) Zach Veach, Chevrolet, 155, Mechanical
27. (10) Ryan Hunter-Reay, Honda, 136, Mechanical
28. (21) Sage Karam, Chevrolet, 125, Mechanical
29. (30) Buddy Lazier, Chevrolet, 118, Contact
30. (26) Conor Daly, Chevrolet, 65, Contact
31. (27) Jack Harvey, Honda, 65, Contact
32. (1) Scott Dixon, Honda, 52, Contact
33. (20) Jay Howard, Honda, 45, Contact

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