Taking place in February, the Canadian International Autoshow always generates hype for the upcoming car season. From the resurgence of a JDM legend to a hypercar made of Lego, CIAS 2019 definitely did not disappoint.Continue reading “Canadian International AutoShow 2019 – Post Show Report and Thoughts”
Auto Exotica has always been one of the top highlights of the Toronto auto show. This is where supercar and luxury car manufacturers like McLaren, Ferrari, Bugatti and Lamborghini showcase their latest and greatest masterpiece.
Last year’s Canadian International Auto Show (CIAS) featured hypercars like the Koenigsegg Agera RS, Bugatti Chiron and Lamborghini Huracán Performante. Can the 2019 lineup top what we saw last year?Continue reading “2019 Toronto Auto Show – Supercars and Classic at CIAS Auto Exotica”
After finishing second place in the CASC Pirelli GT Sprints GT4 class at the BEMC Indian Summer Trophy race weekend, 771 Motorsports is back at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP) for the last race of the year. The team looks to carry momentum from the previous race to finish the season and start out strong for 2019.
771 Motorsports invited me to the seventh round of the Canadian Automobile Sports Club Pirelli GT Sprints. It is one of the series running during the British Empire Motor Club Indian Summer Trophy Races .
After the receiving aero upgrades, alignment, and corner balancing since the last race, 771 Motorsports seemed confident with the improvements on their #71 Honda Civic racecar. Additionally, a fresh set of Pirelli slick racing tires have been mounted on the Enkei RPF1 wheels.
However, they are still down on power compared to other cars in their class. This is a significant disadvantage for the Grand Prix track at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. To overcome the power deficit, 771 Motorsports driver Pauly Plewa really had his work cut out for him. Continue reading “Pirelli GT Sprints 771 Motorsports Race Report – BEMC Indian Summer Trophy Races”