The third season of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada by Michelin will feature five race weekends. highlighted by a new stop at the famed Grand Prix de Trois-Riviéres and a return to the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal.
“The 2012 season established the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada by Michelin as the fastest growing single-make series in North America,” said Steven Sewell, director of the IMSA Development Series. “For 2013 we're focused on further elevating the visibility and credibility of the championship.
"After sharing honors the past two years, the race at the Grand Prix du Canada is now solely in the hands of the Canadian series, and we've been successful in adding a second race to the weekend, bringing our season championship total to 10 rounds across five signature venues. In securing races at the esteemed Grand Prix Trois-Riviéres, we've taken another big step in firmly establishing the young series as one of the premier Canadian motorsport championships.”
The season will culminate at Calabogie Motorsports Park on Sept. 8. The Alan Wilson design in Calabogie, Ontario, boasts the longest track in Canada at 3.05 miles with 20 turns.
2013 Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada by Michelin