The province-wide slate features six double-header events at three of Ontario's most challenging facilities.
"The Toyo Tires F1600 Championship Series has grown from the smallest F1600 Championship in North America to the largest in just two seasons," said Jason Sharpe, series promoter. "The level of skill and commitment to excellence delivered week in and week out by the competitors and their teams, coupled with marquee events and a national television package have re-ignited a passion for open wheel racing in Canada. Our goal is to continue to build on that foundation again this year."
The season will open at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park for the Victoria Day Speedfest, May 15-17, in support of the NASCAR Canadian Tire Series. The series will return to the world-class facility three more times over the season, most notably for the Father's Day favourite Canadian Historic Grand Prix, an event that will also be featuring the Formula Ford marque as part of the vintage racing festival.
The technically challenging Shannonville Motorsport Park is back on the schedule in July after a one-year hiatus and in August competitors will tackle the popular Calabogie Motorsport Park, located just outside Ottawa.
Additional announcements including the broadcast package, on-track schedules, sponsorships, regulations and registration will be forthcoming in the next few weeks.
May 15/16/17 Victoria Day Speedfest Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
June 19/20/21 Canadian Historic Grand Prix Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
June 27/28 BARC Grand Prix of Ontario Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
July 18/19 DAC Trillium Trophy Shannonville Motorsport Park
August 22/23 MCO Ted Powell Memorial Calabogie Motorsports Park
September 12/13 BEMC Indian Summer Trophy Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
The Toyo Tires F1600 Championship Series is the premiere open wheel series in Ontario, sanctioned by CASC Ontario Region and proudly supported by Toyo Tires, Honda HPD, Lubrico Warranty, Heather's Heros, Cove Dentistry, Stäubli, Lincoln Electric, Braille Battery, Jongbloed Racing Wheels, Johnston Research and Performance, MK Technologies, Jones Brown Motorsport Insurance and Rod Ends Mechanical. The series is comprised of a six event, double-header format and competes at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park, Shannonville Motorsport Park and Calabogie Motorsports Park.
From: Move Motorsports