For each event of the 2019 CTCC season, the best lap time recorded during CTCC’s official qualifying period will be rewarded with Quaker State motor oil. The Quaker State Reward will be recognized during the podium ceremony.
“This is fantastic news, we are thrilled to launch the Quaker State Reward,” shared Dominique Bondar, General Manager of CTCC. “Quaker State already had made an impression with CTCC through their support of Bob Attrell, and we are pleased to see their involvement in the series evolve to a formal partnership. Quaker State’s motor oils are hardworking products, and we are proud to be rewarding our best qualifiers this season.”
“We’re looking forward to being part of the CTCC season in an official capacity and launching the Quaker State Reward for drivers within the series,” said Jay Schippanoski, Vice-President and General Manager, Shell Canada Lubricants. “Quaker State has worked closely with CTCC driver Bob Attrell over the past few years and we understand the importance of delivering a high-quality motor oil for these high-performance racing engines.”
CTCC presented by Pirelli will kick off its thirteenth season in May 2019 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. The official schedule can be found at www.touringcar.ca. Fans can follow the championship via the following social media platforms: Facebook: touringcar.ca, Twitter: @ctccracing, Instagram: @ctccracing.
About Quaker State®: Quaker State® motor oil has a 100-year history as a leader in consumer automotive products and vehicle care. Quaker State is among the industry’s most innovative motor oil brands and offers a full line of products to meet vehicle engine needs. Quaker State is one of the first brands to develop high mileage engine motor oil. For more information about the full line of Quaker State products, visit www.quakerstate.ca.
About CTCC: CTCC presented by Pirelli is a Sports Car Racing Championship and a leader in Canadian motorsport. It provides race fans with close and exciting competition between some of Canada’s finest and fastest race car drivers. CTCC takes pride in the fact that it is Canadian owned and operated, and that it is one of the longest-running professional sports car series in Canada. It showcases race cars based on their original street version since 2007. For more information about the series, visit www.touringcar.ca.