Why Race in the Sports Car Championship Canada?

SCCC is the highest level of homologated sports car racing in Canada. The series offers a ladder system for Canadian talent to expand their motorsport experience within a professional environment. Comprised of three classes; GT4, TCR, and TCA, the Sports Car Championship Canada presented by Michelin offers a fair, yet competitive playing field for drivers to test their level of professionalism against a field of experienced and up-and-coming talent.
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The Top Sports Car Championship in Canada

The SCCC was created to provide undeniably talented Canadian drivers with a racing platform aligned closely with the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge series. The professional events prepare teams and drivers within Canada to be able to take their skills international. 

Since it’s inception, the SCCC has attracted grids of up to 18 sports cars from a mix of manufacturers such as Audi, Hyundai, Ford, Mercedes Benz, Honda, Porsche, and Volkswagen.

A number of former SCCC drivers are now excelling in international competition such as Marco Signoretti (2022 British GT – Championship), Zachary Vanier (2023 Porsche Sprint Challenge N.A. 992 Pro/Am – Champion), Nick Looijmans (2023 IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge).

SCCC Driver on TSN



What is a GT4 race car?
GT4 class cars are factory-built race cars available to the public. However, custom-built cars based on production models can also be built by teams. All cars are test driven by the FIA and then modified so that they all have near identical performance levels. GT4 vehicles are rear wheel driven with engines that produce between 400 and 450 horsepower and speed that can reach over 250 km/h. The SRO provides the global BoP for the SCCC GT4 class by adjusting ride height, weight, power, and other variables so that different manufactures can compete on an equal level.



What is a TCR race car?
The TCR (Touring Car) class specification was introduced in 2014 and is now a globally recognized brand. This SCCC class consists of WSC TCR homologated vehicles. They are front wheel driven with engines tuned to produce 300 to 350 horsepower and speed that can reach over 225km/h. The BoP for this class is set by the WSC TCR to ensure vehicles are consistently balanced by regulations such as fuel-tank capacities, ride height, power, and other variables.



What is a TCA race car?
The TCA class is designed for homologated sports cars that are currently racing in the SRO TC America competition. These cars are positioned as a more accessible entry point into sports car racing. They are built as ready-to-race vehicles in the USA with installed roll cages and homologated factory parts. 6-speed manual and front wheel driven, the TCA class vehicles engines produce up to 220 horsepower.

Eligible TCA vehicles:

  • Honda Civic Si FE1
  • Hyundai Elantra N Line
  • Mini JCW Hardtop
  • Subaru BRZ
  • Toyota GR86

This Season with SCCC


The 2024 season will consist of ten races over five weekends and will feature stops across Ontario and Quebec at four of Canada’s five largest motorsport events. The weekend format is structured such that each driver can expect to see 100+ minutes of track time between practice, qualifying and two races at each event.
SCCC Prizing


Sanctioned by FEL Motorsports, SCCC competitors have the opportunity to win performance-based and non-performance based prizes at each event on the calendar. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finishers in each class win prize money payouts based on the number of cars they finish in front of in their class field. A complimentary set of race tires and a free drum of fuel are among the prizes which are randomly given away
at each drivers meeting. 
SCCC Marketing

Marketing Support:

FEL Motorsports is dedicated to the growth of motorsport in Canada. We have developed sponsorship packages for teams to share with potential sponsors. We also offer customized branding and marketing materials for teams to provide their sponsors with branded real-estate at events, branded hero cards for autograph sessions, and sponsor links accessible through team profiles on the FEL Motorsports website.
Content Creation: FEL Motorsports believes the drivers should always be in the spotlight. Throughout the season, drivers will participate in short interviews designed to help fans and audiences receive a well rounded idea of who drivers are, showcase personality, and give a platform for drivers to lend advice to other Canadians looking to take the next step into professional racing.


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Renting / Buying SCCC Vehicles

Homologated sports cars can be purchased through manufacturers or second hand. Stock is limited and cars will fall out of homologation over time, so it is essential to research your decision.

TWOth Autosport
A motorsport organization with over 20 years of racing experience, specializing in production-based sportscar racing. Whether you’re new to the sport and want to grow as efficiently as possible, a seasoned driver looking to partner with the right team, or a business owner looking for the best ROI in motorsports, TWOth Autosport has the resources to make sure every part of your racing program is well prepared to achieve success. Headed by internationally respected technician/car chief, Trevor Hill, and driver/coach brother, Travis Hill, TWOth Autosport continues to build their Ottawa-based racing team and driver development program to one of the best in the business.
Learn more about TWOth Autosport by visiting twothautosport.com

Buy Used Sports Cars

Hyundai i30 N TCR

Audi Gen 1 TCR SEQ

Honda FK7 TCR Type R

Porsche Cayman GT4 Clubsport 

Honda Civic Si FE1 TCA

Buy New TCA vehicles

  • Honda Civic Si FE1 – Contact: John Whiteman – Honda Performance Development (HPD)
  • Hyundai Elantra N Line – Contact: Jeff Swoboda – Bryan Herta Autosport
  • Mini JCW Hardtop – Contact: Luis Perocarpi – LAP Motorsports
  • Subaru BRZ + Toyota GR86 – Contact: Kevin Anderson – TechSport Racing

Buy New TCR vehicles

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