Grand Sport McLaren 570S GT4
- Mathew Keegan
- Nico Rondet
- Paul Holton
- Matt Plumb
NOW AVAILABLE: This limited-edition shirt celebrates our great results at Sebring and features our three IMSA race cars: the No. 75 Audi of Roy Block and Pierre Kleinubing; the No.76 McLaren driven by Paul Holton and Matt Plumb; and the No.77 McLaren of Mathew Keegan and Nico Rondet. All in high-contrast color on the back, with the C360R logo on the front.
Available in ladies', men's and kids' sizes, all proceeds from the sale of these limited-edition shirts go to our designated charity, The Race Day Foundation, who bring children with life-changing illnesses and their families to the race track, for a "day away" from the challenges they face.
C360R's Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge squad celebrated strong finishes for all three of their cars at the series' second round, held at Florida's Sebring International Raceway. Mathew Keegan and Nico Rondet placed third in the GS class in their No.77 AERO Paint / Santo Mezquila / Misahara Jewelry McLaren 570S GT4, whilst Paul Holton and Mathieu Plumb finished fifth in the No.76 AlphaClone / Pfaff McLaren / Race Day Foundation car. Roy Block and Pierre Kleinubing were ninth in the ST class in their APR / Audi Genuine Parts and Tire Center / AERO Paint Audi S3.Continue Reading
Team driver Paul Holton to helm next-generation Audi Sport customer racing car in PWC Touring Car class
TORONTO, ON — C360R (Compass Racing) returns to Pirelli World Challenge competition with a brand new Touring Car program featuring the recently-announced Audi RS 3 LMS USA Clubsport in partnership with Pfaff Automotive Partners. Floridian Paul Holton has been engaged to helm the car, which has support from AlphaClone, AERO Paint, Audi Genuine Parts, Audi Tire Center and APR.
C360R t-shirts are now available for sale in our on-line store at TeeSpring. Available in ladies', men's and kids' sizes, all proceeds from the sale of these limited-edition shirts go to our designated charity, The Race Day Foundation, who bring children with life-changing illnesses and their families to the race track, for a "day away" from the challenges they face.
Veteran team launches new supercar program with new sponsors and strong driver line-up
TORONTO, CANADA — After three seasons fielding a diverse group of cars in the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge and the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, long-time IMSA competitor C360R announced today the launch of their new two-car GS program for 2017. With the unveiling of this effort, the team becomes the second to publicly announce the introduction of McLaren’s new 570S GT4 car to the series.Continue Reading
Multiple-championship-winning team returns to ST for 14th straight season.
TORONTO, CANADA — Long-time IMSA team C360R today announced the return of its popular Audi S3 to Continental Tire Sportscar Challenge competition for the 2017 season. This is the team’s 14th consecutive year in the IMSA-sanctioned series.Continue Reading
We've worked with Leslie and Michael Stahlschmidt of Sideline Sports Photography for years. Here's a small collection of photos from the IMSA Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge finale at Road Atlanta, Georgia, featuring our two Audi S3s as well as our Ford Mustang GT350R-C in its final CTSC outing. Great shots of our hard-working, talented crew and drivers, seen through the lenses of some of the most capable photorgraphers we know.Continue Reading
A flash flood featuring torrential rain (which eventually red-flagged the race for nearly 45 minutes) was the highlight of a rather forgettable race at the ordinarily lovely Virginia International Raceway for C360R, with its No. 76 Ford Mustang finishing sixth at the line, and the team's No. 74 and 75 Audis finishing well down the order, a mechanical issue putting the former a few laps down, and a huge shunt finishing the day for the latter. Enjoy a lovely gallery of pictures from Sideline Sports Photography below.Continue Reading
Audi S3 has best showing of the season in ST.
Elkhart Lake, WI – A solid qualifying effort and great race start by Paul Holton in our No.76 Ford Mustang weren't enough to avoid a second-lap melee with a hard-charging Porsche Cayman, which ended with the Mustang on its side, next to another Porsche on it's roof in the challenging Canada Corner at Road America.Continue Reading