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Jan 23, 2009 / news
The team had a great day, taking top spot in both practice sessions, with two different cars. Randy Pobst turned a 2:09.1 in the first session, his first time in the #74 Honda Civic Si he shares with Christian Miller. In the second practice, Matt Pritiko put in a 2:09.4 in the #76 Civic he and Travis Walker will drive in tomorrow’s race.
In qualifying, the guys gave it their all, drafting and freight-training as best they could, finishing up in a remarkable 4th, 5th and 6th positions. Even more interesting, the cars qualified in numerical order: 74, 75 and 76!
Andrew Acquilante’s Subaru Legacy is on pole, but we’re thrilled with such a strong showing from all three of our Hondas…
Jan 17, 2009 / news
(As posted on Randy’s website) With the Daytona speedweeks right around the corner, Randy The Rocket will join Compass360 Racing in one of their Honda Civic Si’s.
Led by Team Principal Karl Thomson and Team Manager Ray Lee and based in Toronto, Canada, Compass360 (C360R) has been making a name for itself in recent years, winning races and finishing fourth in team points and second in driver points with Adam Burrows in the 2008 KONI Street Tuner class.Continue Reading
Jan 14, 2009 / events
Three of our team drivers will be in attendance at this weekend’s Canadian Motorsports Expo in Toronto. Team Principal Karl Thomson will be joined by Matt Pritiko and Travis Walker at the autograph session at 7:00pm Saturday night.
Thomson is also one of the expo’s guest speakers: he’s going to be talking about motorsports marketing, how sponsors can use the sport to connect with fans, engage their customers, and how a weekend at the track can be a great business-building opportunity.
Thomson’s talk will take place at the International Centre, at 6:00pm Friday January 16th.
More details are available at http://www.canadianmotorsportsexpo.com.
Jan 11, 2009 / news
Toronto, Canada—Compass360 Racing (C360R) today announced their driver line-up for Grand-Am’s KONI Sports Car Challenge in Daytona. The race, which kicks off the 11-race 2009 KONI series, marks the end of a three-month off-season for the team.
“As always, we aim to win,” says Team Principal Karl Thomson. “Within our team, we’ve got the history and the future of sports car racing in North America!” The team has signed Touring Car veterans Randy Pobst, Bo Roach and Peter Schwartzott to join their young stars Christian Miller, Matt Pritiko and long-time team driver Travis Walker.Continue Reading