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    You can run 30+ races with the championship-winning squad for $75,000 USD

    The incredible strength of the US dollar is providing tremendous value for young American drivers looking for quality seat time. You can run with multi-time Canadian Super Series, Ontario F1600 and Quebec Formula Tour champions Britain West Motorsports in a Honda-powered Mygales for $75,000 USD or less – that’s 36 races on some of the best tracks and biggest events in North America.

    Britain West Motorsport offers a season jam-packed with seat time and wheel-to-wheel racing events, running title-winning cars in three championships, staffed by veteran members of the community. In addition to the two provincial series, Britain West Motorsport will also campaign the prestigious ‘Super Series’, which consists of two events from each series and boasts legendary tracks and events like Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (formerly knows as Mosport), Le Circuit Gilles Villeneuve (Canadian F1 Grand Prix) and the Grand Prix Trois-Rivières (GP3R) street circuit. With a program price of just $75,000 USD, there is no better value for the quality of racing on this continent.

    For 2016, BWM is offering an arrive-and-drive package that will immerse drivers into F1600 racing and radically elevate their experience and talent levels. The program consists of 36 races over 12 weekends, and will focus on the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship and the Quebec-based Toyo Tires Formula Tour circuit, as well as the Super Series that runs between the two programs. The Super Series is easily the best F1600 series in the country in terms of events and venues, as the calendar includes a support race at F1’s Canadian Grand Prix.

    Plus, the Toyo Tires Formula Tour series is also part of the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200k Scholarship Shootout, and you could get a chance to earn an invitation to the 200,000 scholarship to race in the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda. This is an unparalleled opportunity that would kickstart the career of the young driver who could win the tile with Britain Wet Motorsports this season.

    The team has won the last two Super Series championship titles with Michael Adams and Chase Pelletier driving their ultra-fast Mygales and they aim to win this year’s crown with a new young driver. The following is the impressive schedule for the 2016 Super Series:

    June 10-12 Canadian Grand Prix – Le Circuit Gilles Villeneuve – Montreal, QC
    June 17-19 Canadian Historic GP – Canadian Tire Motorsports Park – Bowmanville, ON
    August 12-14 Grand Prix Trois-Rivières – Trois-Rivières, QC
    August 27-28 Calabogie Motorsports Park – Calabogie, ON

    Regionally, the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship takes its drivers to three circuits in Ontario, beginning with the legendary Canadian Tire Motorsports Park, and then Shannonville Motorsports Park and Calabogie Motorsports Park. Numerous professional drivers used the Ontario F1600 program to gain experience, including IndyCar stars like Josef Newgarden, Conor Daly and Spencer Pigot and IMSA pilots such as Kyle Marcelli and Trent Hindman. In Quebec, the famed Le Circuit Mt. Tremblant is added to the Montreal and Trois-Rivières venues, as is the ICAR facility in Montreal.

    For more information on this unparalleled training program, contact David Clubine at 1-519-756-1610.

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