Sports Car Championship Canada expanding with new class

}  August 25, 2022

Sports Car Championship Canada expanding with new class

The TCA class is the newest of three classes in popular race series

ST. CATHARINES, ON (August 25, 2022) – FEL Motorsports announces a third homologated class to the Sports Car Championship Canada presented by Michelin. FEL Motorsports has received official confirmation for a TCA license for Canada from SRO Motorsports Group. The TCA class includes factory-built race cars from such manufacturers as Subaru, Hyundai, Mini, Toyota and Honda. “FEL would like to thank Greg Gill and his team from the SRO,” said FEL Motorsports President, Chris Bye.

“With the addition of the TCA class, the Sports Car Championship Canada adds another rung on the ladder of homologated race cars for Canadian drivers and teams as we continue growing our grids with increased car counts and expanded competition,” Chris Bye said. “This class is designed to attract up-and-coming Canadian race drivers and teams as well as veterans wanting to prove that they still have what it takes on a level playing field that TCA cars provide,” Bye continued. “We will get our BoP from the SRO just as we do with our GT4 cars.”

The TCA class cars, all sourced from the U.S., generally run in the $50,000 to $70,000USD price range as “ready-to-race” homologated cars. The cars will be homologated for several years making this new class very attractive. The running costs will be significantly less than a TCR or GT4 cars.

There are a limited number of cars available for the 2023 season so serious teams should get their orders in as soon as possible. For more information regarding the cars, specs and ordering process, teams should contact the following:

Honda Civic Si TCA
Honda Performance Development
John Whiteman:

Hyundai Elantra N TCA
Bryan Herta Autosport
Jeff Swoboda:

Lap Motorsports
Luis Perocarpoi:

2023 Sports Car Championship Canada presented by Michelin tentative Schedule:
May – Victoria Day Speedfest
June – TBD
July – TBD
August – Grand Prix de Trois-Rivieres
August – TBD
September – Labour Day Sprints

The SCCC is the leading sports car championship in Canada. For the 2023 race season, it will include TCA, TCR and GT4 classes. Plans are already underway for an exciting race schedule with all race weekends including practice, qualifying and two 40-minute sprint races. There will be three podium winners from all three classes for every race.

“The SCCC series has some of Canada’s most successful sports car teams competing for prizes and money,” said FEL Motorsports’ Chris Bye. “Our primary focus has been on giving back to the teams and drivers through prizing, which includes sets of tires, fuel, and cash prizes every weekend, thereby offering excellent value and support.”

FEL (Franczak Enterprises Canada Ltd.). has been a long-time supporter of Canadian drivers and teams. As James Hinchcliffe’s very first sponsor in Formula BMW, FEL went on to support such Canadian drivers as Daniel Morad, Scott Hargrove, James Vance, Stefan Rzadzinski, Michael Adams, Zach Robichon and others. FEL is also a proud sponsor of the #9 plaid Pfaff Motorsports Porsche in its IMSA GTD effort.

FEL Motorsports is a newly formed division of FEL that has more than three decades of experience in the automotive event and sales training industry. By combining the expertise gained from working with leading automotive brands with some of Canada’s most experienced motorsports personnel, FEL Motorsports’ mission is to execute premium race event weekends at race tracks in Canada.

 The FEL Motorsports division was created with the vision and promise of giving back to the Canadian motorsports community including teams and drivers, industry partners, and fans. Dedicated to providing immense value for the series competitors, over $75,000 in cash and prizes was awarded in both 2021 and 2022. The Sports Car Championship Canada races air on TSN, RDS in Canada and MAVTV in the US.

FEL Motorsports is also the race promoter of the popular Emzone Radical Cup Canada (Emzone RCC) presented by Michelin race series which features purpose-built, high-performance race cars designed to deliver exciting wheel-to-wheel competition.

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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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