Bruno St-Jaques driving a Revolution 427 qualified on pole and dominated both races at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park last weekend thoroughly beating the entire field made up of prototypes that included SR10's, SR3's, a RSX3, Swifts, and Formula Renault Fran-Am's.
On a weekend too where Revolution regular, Alan Shaw, was crowned the inaugural Formula Prototype Challenge Canada Revolution Race Car champion. Alan has enjoyed a consistent season, securing two wins and three P2's. The highlight of the season has to be the battle Shaw and Labbee had in July at the Canadian Tire Motorsports Park where they shared a win apiece having battled nose-to-tail and swapping the lead throughout both races.
However, the star of the final round was St-Jaques who totally dominated, taking pole by over two tenths from an SR10, then going on to win race one by 64 seconds and race two by 9 seconds (following a lengthy full course yellow that backed the grid up). This is impressive stuff considering the Revolution 427 is the slowest model that Revolution Race Cars produce!
This brought to conclusion the first season of racing in the Formula Prototype Challenge Canada (FPCC) that saw epic racing and full protype grids do battle across five race weekends that included Road Atlanta, Canadian Tire Motorsports Park and Calabogie Motorsports Park. The signs are good for another strong grid in 2024.
Certfied Revolution Dealer, Rilli Racing, will continue to run multiple Revolutions in 2024, and if you are interested in buying a car and racing in the FPPC then don't hesitate to contact Rilli Racing below.