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Canadian Touring Series unveils 2018 schedule

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Canadian Touring Series unveils 2018 schedule
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Feb 12, 2018, 2:20 PM

The Canadian Touring Car Championship presented by Pirelli (CTCC) has released its 2018 schedule made of six events.

In this 12th season of action, CTCC will stage six meetings on the most challenging road courses of Eastern Canada. The traditional two-race format for a total of twelve championship rounds has been retained.

The championship is comprised of four classes including Touring, Super Touring, GT Sport and GT Cup.

Touring class is the entry-level category where minimal vehicle and engine modifications are permitted.

Super Touring class is the category for heavily modified touring cars with advanced suspension and aerodynamics.

GT Sport class is the category for sports cars with advanced suspension and aerodynamics.

The newly announced GT Cup is the category for ultra performance sports cars such the Chevrolet Corvette, Dodge Viper, Ferrari 430/458, Nissan GTR and Porsche 991/997 GT3.

CTCC will pay two visits to Canadian Tire Motorsport Park’s gruelling road course this summer. The series will also compete on Trois-Rivières’ punishing street course, Calabogie’s circuit, Shannonville’s track and ICAR road course in Mirabel for the season’s finale.

2018 CTCC presented by Pirelli race schedule

DateRoundsCircuitLocation
May 18-20 1-2 Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Bowmanville, Ontario
June 2-3 3-4 Calabogie Motorsports Park Calabogie, Ontario
July 7-8 5-6 Shannonville Motorsport Park Shannonville, Ontario
August 10-12 7-8 Grand Prix de Trois-Rivières Trois-Rivières, Québec
August 24-26 9-10 Canadian Tire Motorport Park Bowmanville, Ontario
September 29 11-12 Circuit ICAR Mirabel, Québec

 

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Series Canadian Touring
Author René Fagnan