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2010: August

Aug 30, 2010 / video

RAPONE EDGES CLOSER TO CTCC CHAMPIONSHIP AT MOSPORT

Anthony Rapone takes solid second and third place finishes at Mosport, while Thomson slips to fifth in the standings after getting collected in first-lap carnage on Saturday.

Aug 21, 2010 / reports

DB/C360R MAKES HISTORY WITH DOUBLE-PODIUM SWEEP

Durabond/Compass360 Racing made series history this weekend by sweeping the podium on both Saturday and Sunday races in the Castrol Canadian Touring Car Championship.

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Aug 19, 2010 / news

EVERSLEY TALKS TO GRAND-AM UNLEASED

The biggest Grand-Am fans on the planet spent their entire radio broadcast chatting with C360R pilot Ryan Eversley, reviewing last weekend's race at Trois-Rivieres, musing about how Rookie of the Year points are scored, and a host of other topics. As always, Ryan's insightful and pull-no-punches commentary is great fun enjoy. Take a listen here.

Aug 17, 2010 / reports

GP3R A FORGETTABLE EVENT FOR COMPASS360 RACING

The Trois-Rivieres event is arguably one of the most exciting events on the Grand-Am schedule. It's a tight, twisty and unforgiving track, and is attended by some of the most enthusiastic road racing fans on the continent. The town shuts down for a huge party with fireworks and great good and entertainment, and it certainly doesn't hurt that this riverside village seems to be host to some of the most beautiful women anywhere.

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Aug 15, 2010 / video

LUTZ OUT IN FIRST-LAP GP3R CARNAGE

Zach Lutz did a great job qualifying our #75 Honda Civic in fourth, and then had a cracking start, getting into P2 by the third corner. Unfortunately, the car behind wasn't expecting him to have to brake so early (yes, we really do have to be that easy on the brakes!), and the result is captured in the video above. Zach and his co-driver Ryan Eversley look locked into P3 in the championship, and are still fighting for second place with the team-car #74 of David Thilenius and Lawson Aschenbach.