Today FEL is announcing the Prize Package for the 2021 Sports Car Championship Canada presented by Michelin. The prize money package is coming from our series sponsors Michelin, Braidan Tire, Brand Blvd, Performance Prime, Sonax Canada, and FEL. FEL expects the prize fund to continue to grow as we approach more companies. As of today here is where things stand.
Prize money for both GT4 and TC Canada – Paid out per race x2 races per weekend
- 1st place – $125 for every car you beat in your class
- 2nd place – $100 for every car you beat in your class
- 3rd place – $50 for every car you beat in your class
- Hard Charger Award presented Sonax Canada – Value TBD
GT4 and TC Canada End of Year Class Champions
- $9,500 USD – Individual Performance Program with Performance Prime with Dr. Jacques Dallaire from Performance Prime – A two-day plus one year of follow-up support in Charlotte. Travel not included.
Drivers Meeting Draw
- One set of Michelin race tires – Sponsored by Braidan Tire
One set of Michelin race tires to be won through a random draw at the first drivers meeting of each weekend. Note: Once a car number wins a set of tires that number will no longer be eligible for draws for the rest of the season.
- One Drum of Race Fuel – Sponsored by FEL
One drum of race fuel to be won through a random draw at the first drivers meeting of each weekend. Note: Once a car number wins a drum of fuel that car number will no longer be eligible for draws for the rest of the season.
“Prize money is something that has been missing in Canadian Motorsport for some time. Those of us who were around in the 80’s and 90’s remember when prize money mattered and it helped grow the sport. Today the tobacco companies have left the sport but there are thousands of other companies who can benefit through an association with motorsports and we will continue to scope them out and approach them. We absolutely feel that prizing and prize money can make a difference to the teams and drivers and we will work hard to continue to grow these funds,” said FEL President Chris Bye.