Throughout the last few years, the Alphasonic Motorsport team has gained multiple titles in the Canadian Touring Car Championship. With valuable experience and expertise in the TCR racing category, Alphasonic is set for the next challenge ahead.


Professional motorsport organization with over 20 years of racing experience, specializing in production-based sportscar racing.


M1 GT Racing is a professional motorsports team operating in multiple North American Championship Series. Earning multiple podium finishes to date, M1 GT Racing continues to compete in both Canada and the US championship programs with the R8 LMS GT3, R8 LMS GT4, and RS 3 LMS TCR.

The Racing Company

The Racing Company is a premier program in the world of sports car racing since 2010 and has been a consistent front runner in several North American professional and semi-professional championships such as Canadian Touring Car Championship, Blancpain World Challenge America, Porsche GT3 Cup and more. The team will be competing with multiple Audi RS 3 LMSs in the Canadian Touring Car Championship this year.

Speedstar Motorsport

Speedstar Motorsport is a professional racing team in Canada that has focused on GT racing since 2007. In the summer of 2018, Speedstar Motorsport entered the first R8 LMS GT4 at the CTCC in Canada and won 3 out of 4 races. Shortly after, Speedstar ventured into the FIA GT World Cup Macau 2018 with the European Motorsport tycoon W-Racing team with a pair of R8 LMS GT3s. With a continued dedication and passion for racing, the team also kicked off the 2019 season for Audi Sport Canada by entering the 24 Hours at Daytona endurance race and placing third.

Pfaff Motorsports

Over its 50-plus-year history, Pfaff has been synonymous with racing and winning with top German brands at all levels. The team has competed with Audi race cars in multiple Touring Car Championships, and won in its first weekend racing the new RS3 TCR in Canadian Touring Car. Pfaff is also well-known for developing up-and-coming Canadian driving talent. In 2017, president and CEO Chris Pfaff was inducted into the Canadian Motorsport Hall of Fame for the pivotal role he played in the development of a long list of Canadian racers. The company also continues to be heavily involved in the karting and virtual racing worlds.