CTCC Partners with Pfaff BMW

CTCC is pleased to announce its partnership with Pfaff BMW beginning with the 2017 season.  Pfaff will be providing support to CTCC competitors that campaign BMW and MINI race cars.  The Pfaff support team will attend each CTCC event and assist teams with parts availability and technical advice throughout the season.

“We are grateful for the commitment that Pfaff BMW has made to CTCC and its competitors, ” stated John Bondar, President of CTCC.  “This will help the BMW and MINI teams to maintain top form all season.”

“As far as CTCC Parts support – it just makes sense. Why not bring the most passionate BMW store for racing and partnering it with some very passionate drivers and teams. Our brand both from a manufacturer’s standpoint and our personal brand is focused on the drive and the experience. We want to make sure that everyone gets to experience that same feeling, and we help do that by supplying parts and support and in turn keep race cars on the CTCC grid this summer,” stated Matthew Kilkenny, General Manager of Pfaff BMW.

“It’s great to partner once again with CTCC, and we couldn’t be more excited to add value to BMW and MINI teams competing in this dynamic series. We truly feel this is the first step in what we hope to be a long and mutually-beneficial relationship with John and the entire CTCC team,” claims Steve Bortolotti, General Manager of Pfaff Motorsports.

The CTCC season begins on May 19, 2017 at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.  You can follow CTCC on social media via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @CTCCracing. Use our hashtag #CTCCracing and visit our website at www.touringcar.ca.

About CTCC

CTCC presented by Pirelli is a truly Canadian Sports Car Racing Championship and a leader in Canadian motorsports. It provides Canadian race fans with close and exciting competition between some of Canada’s fastest race car drivers. CTCC takes pride in the fact that it is Canadian owned and operated, and that it is one of the longest-running professional sports car series in Canada. Notably, amongst the two hundred drivers that have competed in the championship, CTCC has helped to further the career of over thirty drivers.