Lauzon Autosport, a structure created by the Groupe Lauzon, which owns two Porsche dealerships in Greater Montreal, joins pilot Patrick Dussault once again to take part in all the events of the 2019 season of the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada presented by Yokohama.
The second-generation Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car tuned by GT Racing is in the Platinum category. It will sport the number 77 once again, but will have a brand new look! It will be easily recognizable on the tracks thanks to Mario Adornetto’s painting representing a fierce lion, which covers the whole front of the car.
Patrick Dussault, from Lorraine, is a very promising 27-year-old driver. After placing 5th and 6th at the Canadian GT3 Cup championships in 2017 and 2018, he is very happy to take the wheel of his 911 GT3 Lauzon Autosport / GT Racing Cup for the third year in a row. This rising star in motorsport in Quebec has a great track record in motorsport, having previously raced in single-seaters in North America and the United Kingdom.
GT Racing founder Éric Côté sees this new participation in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada as a great opportunity to once again participate in one of the most contested competitions, and, with the involvement of Lauzon Autosport and Groupe Lauzon, he expects great success for this 2019 GT3 Cup Canada season.
Don’t miss Patrick Dussault and his Porsche 911 GT3 Cup in the colors of Lauzon Autosport and GT Racing at the start of the first event, to be held from May 17 to 19, 2019, on the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park circuit in Bowmanville, Ontario!