FEL Motorsports Announces the 2023 Prizing Package for the Emzone Radical Cup Canada
Championship Prize Money and Grand Prize Draw to the 2023 Las Vegas F1 Grand Prix
ST. CATHARINES, ON (December 20, 2022) – FEL Motorsports announces the prizing for the 2023 Emzone Radical Cup Canada. The 2023 race season will consist of 12 races over 4 weekends with each being a triple header. The season ending championship prize money is as follows:
$5,000 – 1st place in the Championship
$2,500 – 2nd place in the Championship
$1,000 – 3rd place in the Championship
In addition to the season prize money, FEL Motorsports will conduct a random draw at the season ending banquet for the Grand Prize. To be eligible for the Grand Prize draw a driver must enter and compete in all 4 race weekends. The grand prize draw will be:
Two air tickets to Las Vegas
A three night hotel stay, November 16-18, 2023
Two tickets to the 2023 Las Vegas Formula 1 Race
FEL Motorsports Swag
FEL Motorsports Hospitality
“FEL Motorsports is excited to announce this premium prize for the Radical Canada community,” said FEL Motorsports President, Chris Bye. “I think the Radicals put on some of the best road racing in Canada and we will do our best to continue to stay focused on building the prize package throughout the winter and spring. We want to continue to offer the best possible motorsport value to the Radical teams and drivers in Canada,” Bye continued.
Emzone Radical Cup Canada presented by Michelin 2023 Tentative Schedule
Rounds 1, 2, 3 – May 19, 20, 21 @ Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Victoria Day Speedfest
Rounds 4, 5, 6 – July TBC
Rounds 7, 8, 9 – August 19, 20 @ Calabogie Motorsports Park
Rounds 10, 11, 12 – September 1, 2, 3 @ Canadian Tire Motorsport Park Labour Day Sprints
Registration details are available at felmotorsports.com. Teams will be able to register in early 2023.
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.