CTCC extends Canadian TCR licence for another three years
FIRST AWARDED WITH THE CANADIAN TCR LICENCE IN 2019 CTCC IS ONE OF 30 ACTIVE TCR LICENCE IN THE WORLD
Following last week’s announcement concerning the GT4 licensing, this one now confirms the use of both GT4 and TCR nameplate to CTCC.
TCR was first seen around race tracks in 2015 and is an FIA-recognized category where, in 2021, 24 cars from 14 different manufacturers are eligible to race. Of that number, six of those cars will be racing in CTCC this year.
Dominique Bondar, General Manager of RACE Events commented: “We are thrilled to extend our agreement with WSC for another three years. Worldwide, automotive manufacturers have invested heavily in the homologation of their cars and they, along with the teams, rely on the TCR regulations and CTCC to ensure fair competitions.”
“We continuously strive to provide the best racing platform in Canada to attract and sustain the participation of high-level teams. This reaffirms the commitment we have made to our teams, fans and partners to bring them professional sports car racing”, she concluded.
Further news about the 2021 season are to be revealed soon.
Images: CTCC – Phillip Sutherland