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An Epic Surge of Speed and Victory Across Seven Thrilling Race Weekends Following the Summer Break

Revolution Race Cars faced a demanding schedule with seven race weekends in a span of nine weeks, running from mid-September to mid-November. This intense period included a total of 14 hours of racing across Europe, the USA, and Canada, in the Sports Prototype Cup (SPC), Sports Prototype Cup North American (SPCna), and Formula Prototype Challenge Canada (FPCC).

The action kicked off on September 17th at Zandvoort with the Trophy of the Dunes, where Richard Morris and Milan De Laet claimed victory in the Sunday feature race, known as "The Trophy of the Dunes."


Moving on to October 1st, the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park witnessed Bruno St-Jacques securing a double win, while Alan Shaw was crowned the inaugural FPCC Revolution Race Car champion.


The following weekend featured the Sports Prototype Cup North American at Virginia International Raceway, where the Revolution teams experienced mixed fortunes across three races.

Shortly after, on October 15th, Spa in Europe hosted another thrilling event, with Joaquim Penteado securing his maiden wins in the SPC, intensifying the championship fight heading into the final rounds at Le Mans in November.


Spring Mountain took centre stage on October 22nd, marking the fourth consecutive race weekend for the Revolution factory. Ron Fletcher of Revolution RSR dominated at Spring Mountain during the SPCna event, seizing the championship lead going into COTA on November 5th.

COTA, on November 5th, concluded the Sports Prototype Cup North America, witnessing Judd Miller securing three wins and his son Palmer claiming one win. However, championship leader Ron Fletcher secured four podiums, ultimately winning the SPCna championship at the epic COTA event.

Bringing the racing season to a close in Europe was Le Mans on November 12th, where the SPC saw a thrilling showdown between Penteado and Morris. In a stunning climax at the iconic Le Mans circuit with a grid of 37 cars, Richard Morris emerged triumphant, clinching both the Revolution Trophy 2023 and the Sports Prototype Cup 2023 rankings awards.



The intense seven races in a nine-weekend stretch resulted in the crowning of three champions:

  • Sports Prototype Cup 2023 ranking winner: Richard Morris

  • Sports Prototype Cup North America 2023 Champion: Ron Fletcher

  • Formula Prototype Challenge Canada 2023 Champion: Alan Shaw


A big thanks must be made to the excellent Certified Dealer teams making this all possible:


With the Revolution factory providing remote or in-person support at each event and just two weeks off during the nine-week period, the Revolution Factory personnel eagerly anticipate a well-deserved weekend off.


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