IMSA drivers join FEL Motorsports at the Honda Indy Toronto

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ST. CATHARINES, ON (July 11, 2023) – Three IMSA drivers will compete in the Sports Car Championship Canada presented by Michelin at the 2023 Honda Indy Toronto on July 14,15,16.

IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge TCR driver, Mark Wilkins, will compete in a Bryan Herta Autosport Hyundai Elantra N TCR car. Mark will represent Hyundai alongside Hyundai Racing Canada TCR drivers Connor and Quinn Attrell.

IMSA TCR and LMP3 stand-out, James Vance, will pilot the FEL Motorsports Hyundai Veloster N TCA car alongside Bob Attrell who will pilot the other FEL Motorsports-owned TCA vehicle. James is not only a long time IMSA competitor, he has also been an Instructor for FEL on several automotive manufacturer drive events. James played an instrumental role in the Audi FIA Race Licence Program that FEL delivered for Audi Canada in 2018. James has been living in Florida for the past few years as he pursues his dream of being a full time IMSA driver.

Driver, Nick Galante, will round out the IMSA group of three in the GT4 class. Nick will be piloting one of the VPX Motorsports Mercedes-AMG GT4’s in the three Honda Indy Toronto races. Nick has been driving for Phil Frengs, Racing 2 End Alzheimers’ various racing programs, for the past six years. Racing 2 End Alzheimers’ has raised over $750,000 USD since it conception and and one hundred percent of the proceeds raised go to various Alzheimers’ associations around North America. To learn more about Racing 2 End Alzheimer’s check out the website by clicking here.

About FEL Motorsports

FEL Motorsports grew out of a deep base of automotive roots from FEL Automotive Learning and Promotion. FEL Motorsports is focused on growth and sustainability in the Canadian Motorsports landscape by giving back to its teams through prizing and prize money.

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