What are the different classes?

Touring class


Super Touring class


GT Sport class

What does it cost to race in CTCC?

CTCC fees are shown on the Entry Form and available on the website under Competitor Info.  Here is an approximate breakdown of some potential costs to run an event.

(Based on 2016)

Class Touring Super Touring GT Sport
Fees $8,100 $8,100 $8,100
Tires $7,260 $8,970 $13,320
Fuel $3,040 $3,800 $5,500
Misc. Fluids/brake pads, etc. $2,900 $3,500 $4,500
Total $21,300 $24,370 $31,420
Average per race $1,331 $1,523 $1,964

*travel and accommodation extra

What is the Preseason Discount Package?

The CTCC Preseason Discount Package provides season-long competitors with significant cost savings over the regular event entry fees.  The cost savings are achieved by pre-paying for the up-coming season by March 31st.

How do I enter a CTCC event?

CTCC Entry Forms are available on the website under Competitor Info.  The form and payment must be returned to the CTCC office by the due date as shown on the Entry Form.

What kind of tires is used in CTCC?

The specified tire for CTCC is the Pirelli P Zero race tire.  There are specific sizes for each Class of race car as shown in the Rules and Regulations.   There are different tires for dry and wet conditions.  Competitors must purchase tires through the CTCC designated dealer.  The dealer will be attending each event to provide on-site tire service and support.  The details of the tire program are available on the website under Competitor Info.

How do I get the CTCC decals and patches?

CTCC decals and patches will be sent out beginning to all registered competitors.  The decal layout for race cars is available in the CTCC Rulebook.  The patch layout for drivers’ suits and crew uniforms is available in the CTCC Rulebook as well.

How do I register for CTCC?

CTCC Registration Forms are available on the website under Competitor Info.  Please complete all of the Forms and return them to the CTCC office along with your Registration Fee.

Is my race car eligible for competition?

All race cars must conform to the CTCC Regulations.  The Regulations are available on the website under Competitor Info.  In general, the race cars are unibody based and cannot be any older than ten years past the model cut-off date.  Eligible vehicle models are listed in the Regulations.  Refer to Section 4.0 and 6.0 of the Regulations for more detail.  Application may be made to CTCC for models not currently listed in the Regulations.

How can I race in CTCC?

All drivers must is licensed by ASN Canada FIA to be eligible to compete in CTCC.  US citizens must hold a National or Pro licence issued by an FIA-affiliated racing organization and an ASN Canada FIA membership.  For drivers new to racing, you should consider taking an approved racing school and demonstrate your capabilities at the amateur level before competing in CTCC.  Please visit the ASN Canada FIA website for the appropriate application forms.   www.asncanada.com

Where are the races?

CTCC races at some of the best tracks in Canada.  The season typically opens in May and ends in September.  The races are from 30 to 40 minutes in length.  The full schedule is available on the website.

What is the Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC)?

CTCC is Canada’s only professional touring car championship.  It features Canada’s best drivers racing today’s hottest sports cars.  The race cars are production-based and compete in three unique Classes.  Touring Class is the entry level category with minimally modified race cars while Super Touring Class is for heavily modified race cars.  Grand Touring Class features larger sports car with higher performance.  Some popular brands include Acura, Audi, BMW, Chevrolet, Ford, Honda, Hyundai, Mazda, Mini, Mitsubishi, Porsche, Scion, Subaru, Toyota and VW. The Championship competes at some of the most challenging tracks in Canada.