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May 29, 2017 / reports

HOLTON EXTENDS PWC CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD AT LIME ROCK


Two second-place finishes solidify Pfaff Audi RS 3 LMS position atop the leaderboard.

Paul Holton extended his Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car championship lead at Lime Rock park, with two podiums. He now sits 45 points ahead of second-place Nick Wittmer, with 136 points versus Wittmer's 91, heading into the summer break. The next TC round is at Salt Lake City, Utah, August 11th to 13th.

May 22, 2017 / reports

HOLTON TAKES PWC CHAMPIONSHIP TOURING CAR LEAD IN CANADA

C360R’s Pfaff Audi RS 3 LMS Wins Home Race on Saturday, Finishes Eighth on Sunday

BOWMANVILLE, ON — Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (a track formerly known as “Mosport”) hosted the Pirelli World Challenge’s third and fourth rounds of the Touring Car championship this past weekend, and provided close, exciting racing in variable weather conditions throughout the event.
 

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May 8, 2017 / reports

HOLTON AND PLUMB COMBINE TO GIVE MCLAREN 570S GT4 FIRST NORTH AMERICAN WIN

C360R teammates Keegan and Rondet notch second place in GS whilst Block and Kleinubing take third in ST

AUSTIN, TX — Circuit of The Americas must now be considered one of Compass Racing’s favourite tracks after an incredible weekend that saw the squad take the top two steps of the podium in the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge Grand Sport-class as well as a third-place finish in Street Tuner.
 

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May 1, 2017 / reports

HOLTON AND C360R DELIVER AUDI RS 3 LMS NORTH AMERICAN WIN ON DEBUT

New TCR-specification platform has strong showing in Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car season opener

DANVILLE, VA — The Pirelli World Challenge Touring Car Championship launched its season at Virginia International Raceway this past weekend, marking a return to the picturesque southern track, which was last on the calendar in 2010. The series' top class, TC, welcomed a number of new cars for the first time. Most notable of these was the new Audi RS 3 LMS, which is the German manufacturer’s offering in the increasingly popular TCR series that compete around the globe. Modified slightly from its TCR spec to match the performance of the TC-class, it cuts quite a figure, with its body-arch extensions reminiscent of DTM prototypes.

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