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Jun 21, 2010 / reports
Zach Lutz and Ryan Eversley brought their #75 Compass360 Racing Honda Civic Si home third at Mid-Ohio, the duo's fifth straight podium of 2010. The finish puts them in a strong third place in the championship, close behind their team-mates David Thilenius and Lawson Aschenbach in the #74 Honda, who drop to second in the standings after contact with another car required a pit stop and dropped them to 10th place.Continue Reading
Jun 21, 2010 / video
Despite an early trip into the gravel trap, which resulted in the #77 car being two laps down, Alex Kirby's father Gene captured some great video of the Compass360 Racing Honda Civic Si that Alex and Greg Liefooghe share...
Jun 16, 2010 / reports
Thomson Wins Feature and Rapone Maintains Championship Lead
(Bowmanville, ON) -- Durabond / Compass360 Racing came into the second round of the Castrol Canadian Touring Car Championship with driver Anthony Rapone in the points lead, and their goal was to have him finish up front to keep ahead, and to see team-mates Andrew Danyliw and Karl Thomson move towards the front of the driver's standings.
Jun 14, 2010 / reports
Gary Kwok drove two great races in the M&S/C360R Mistubishi Evo X at Mosport this weekend in rounds three and four of the Castrol Canadian Touring Car Championship. He finished third on Saturday, using the Mitsu's all-wheel-drive to best advantage in damp conditions, and placed fifth on Sunday. It was a great debut for the bright blue #66 car, and Gary now sits fourth in the Super Touring points.
Jun 9, 2010 / reports
Historic Track Proves A Charm for Team, Winning Three Races in Last Four Years
Team-mates Lawson Aschenbach and Ryan Eversley, in the #74 and #75 cars respectively, took advantage of a late-race scuffle between the leading cars of Josh Hurley and Jamie Holtom to give Compass360 Racing the top two spots on the Street Tuner podium at last weekend's Continental Tire 150 at Watkins Glen Raceway in upstate New York.
Jun 7, 2010 / reports
Watkins Glen is the starting line for sports car racing in America. Grand Am, NASCAR and basically all other sanctioning bodies make annual pilgrimages to The Glen. It was the site of the first sports car/road race after WWII. A foot note to The Glen – when you are in the town of Watkins Glen, make a visit to the International Motor Racing Research Center. You’ll find a treasure trove of information about every aspect of our sport including some one-of-a-kind books and photographs from racing’s greatest moments.Continue Reading
Jun 4, 2010 / video
This is the first of seven "webisodes" the folks at Canadian Touring Car are producing this season. This episode features action and interviews from the season-opening event at Mosport in May. Lots of great coverage of our Durabond/Compass360 Racing Hondas, with some nice bits with drivers Anthony Rapone and Karl Thomson.
Jun 3, 2010 / news
Canadian Powerhouse Music Duo Featured on Team's #76 Honda
(Watkins Glen, NY) -- With five podium finishes in five races so far this season, the bright orange Honda Civic Si's fielded by 2009 Street Tuner Champions Compass360 Racing (C360R) have reason to stand proud. At the upcoming Continental Tire 150 race on June 5th, they'll have reason to shine.
That's due to the fact that one of the hottest music acts in Canada has signed with the team as marketing partners on the #76 Honda, and the debut event is at the historic home of American sports car racing, Watkins Glen in upstate New York. Sisters Carmen & Camille, who currently are enjoying tremendous success on both sides of the border with their Juno-nominated hit single, "Shine 4U", are thrilled to be a part of the Grand-Am family.
Jun 2, 2010 / reports
Team Retains Championship Lead with Strong Finish in Connecticut
(Lime Rock, CT) -- Compass360 Racing (C360R) took two of the three podium positions at the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge event at Lime Rock Park this past weekend, marking a record-breaking string of five consecutive top-three finishes for a single team. Lawson Aschenbach and David Thilenius, co-driving the team's #74, were second, with Ryan Eversley and Zach Lutz in third.
"The Compass360 crew gave us a great car today," remarked Aschenbach. "Our Honda was hooked up for the whole race, and I think we could have taken the win if not for that caution late in the race."