Maxxis Enduro – A New Canadian Grassroots Endurance Road Racing Series Launched at Motorama

Attention Canadian grassroots racers: Maxxis Canada and Corner2 Inc. are teaming up to launch the Maxxis Enduro, a new endurance road racing series for 2019!

The new series was announced at the 2019 Motorama Custom Cars and Motorsport Expo. Maxxis Enduro is committed to provide an affordable, unique and out of the box endurance racing experience to amateur racers.

Affordable, Unique and Out of the Box Endurance Racing Experience

Maxxis Enduro utilizes a three hour race format with up to three drivers allowed per car. In addition to the main race, there are practice and qualifying sessions on the previous day as well, ensuring plenty of seat time for drivers.

Competitors will be divided into four different classes from M1 to M4. Cars will be classified based on lap time, very similar to the CASC-OR GT format. Prize money will be awarded to the top three podium finishers.

771 Motorsports Honda Civic EK hatchback at the 2018 Celebration of Motorsport, final round of the CASC Pirelli GT Sprints championship.
For example, Pauly’s GT4 class Honda Civic from the CASC GT Sprints Series would fit right into the Maxxis Enduro format.

Maxxis Enduro 2019 Race Schedule

Starting in June this year, the Maxxis Enduro will include four rounds of endurance races at three road courses and oval tracks in Ontario.

Round one begins at Shannonville Motorsport Park, followed by the oval race at Jukasa Motor Speedway near Cayuga. The final two rounds will be at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.

TrackTrack TypeDates
Shannonville Motorsport Park
Road CourseJune 29-30
Jukasa Motor SpeedwayOvalJuly 27
Canadian Tire Motosport ParkRoad CourseSeptember 14-15
Canadian Tire Motosport Park Road CourseOctober 4-5

Maxxis Tire Technology and Professional Motorsport Series Management

Maxxis Enduro combines tire technology of Maxxis Canada with the professional organization of Corner2 Inc. The new series aims to keep costs affordable without compromising safety.

Maxxis Canada

Maxxis is a subsidiary of Cheng Shin Rubber, one of the top ten largest tire companies in the world. With over fifty years of experience and involvement in motorsports in international markets, Maxxis is now looking to establish its racing DNA in Canada.

Photo: Maxxis Canada

In an effort to even the competitive playing field, Maxxis Enduro will utilize the Victra RC-1 as the series spec tire. Available tire sizes range from 15, 17 and 18″ fitments. Full list of available tire sizes is available on the series website.

Corner2 Inc.

As the owner and operator of the Canadian Touring Car Championship and Canadian Supercar Series, Corner2 brings over 30 years of motorsport management experience to the series.

In addition, Corner2 is also the exclusive Canadian distributor of the Ligier JS F4 and F3 single-seater racecars. Keep an eye out for a new F4 series to launch in Canada later this year.

Learn More and Stay Up to Date on the Maxxis Enduro Series

For more information about the Maxxis Enduro, please visit the official series website. You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter for the latest updates.

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