Karel Carré kicked off the 2020 Canadian Rally Championship with a convincing win at Rallye Perce Neige in Maniwaki, Quebec. In ideal winter rally conditions, Carré and new co-driver, Hubert Gaudreau, set the pace from the first stage and never looked back. It’s a perfect start for Carré, as he sets out to defend back-to-back championship titles.
New winter rally added to the ECRC-CREC & RSQ regional calendar. The rally will take place in Murdochville, Quebec in March and provide another snow and ice event to the championship.
Brandon Semenuk and John Hall piloted their way to a dominant win at the Big White Winter Rally, the season finale of the 2019 Canadian Rally Championship.
Crazy Leo Urlichich brought a new co-driver, Tatiana Nikolaeva, to the Lincoln Electric Rally of the Tall Pines. The team completed more than 180 km of stage distance in their Subaru STI to finish atop the podium in impressive fashion.
Tune in for the official live multi-camera coverage of the Lincoln Electric Rally of the Tall Pines through the CRC Facebook page and YouTube channels.
Held October 18-19, the 2019 edition saw Quebec driver Nicolas Laverdière and co-driver Vincent Trudel of the Laverdière Rally Sport team claim their maiden win in the Canadian Championship
Karel Carré and Samuel Joyal claimed their second win of the season at the 2019 Pacific Forest Rally and now hold a commanding lead in the overall Canadian Rally Championship.
Karel Carré and Samuel Joyal moved into a winning position at Rallye Défi halfway through the second day of racing, giving the team a rejuvenated shot at the 2019 championship chase, and getting his first career victory at Rallye Défi.
Joel Levac and Stephanie Lewis took charge of Rallye Défi on day one, winning every stage of the day to head into the Saturday stages with a lead of 21.3 seconds.
Joel Levac and Stephanie Lewis had a near flawless run to the top step of the podium at Rallye Baie des Chaleurs, in New Richmond, Quebec, the third round of the Canadian Rally Championship. The team built a good lead over the first day of racing, extending their winning margin to three minutes, 10.1 seconds by the end of the rally.