The 2018 Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) season kicked off at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP) near Bowmanville, Ontario. Rounds 1 and 2 took place over three days during the Victoria Day long weekend under very challenging weather conditions.
40 vehicles are making their Canadian debuts at this year’s Canadian International AutoShow, and 15 of them are definitely TrackWorthy…
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Porsche is expanding its mid-engine range with the addition of the new 718 Boxster GTS and 718 Cayman GTS. Horsepower is up to 365 which is 15 hp more than the 718 Boxster S and 718 Cayman S and 35 hp more than the prior generation naturally aspirated 6 cylinder GTS.
We don’t always agree with YouTube influencer Nick Murray, but on this, we see eye-to-eye: people often erroneously consider the 718 Porsche Cayman to be “the poor man’s 911.” In fact, as Nick asserts, the light, mid-engine machine may be “the very best sports car that Porsche makes.”
The Porsche Sport Driving School has finally come to Canada. The school was created by Porsche in 1973 and was originally only available at the Hockenheimring race track in Germany. Over the past 43 years, Porsche has introduced the school in 16 other countries. In 2017, Porsche has expanded the list to include Canada.