In 2021, FEL (Franczak Enterprises Ltd.), an automotive learning and promotion company, expanded its presence in Canadian motorsports.

FEL saw an opportunity to revitalize and reinvest in Canadian car racing. FELís foray into the 2017 Toyo Tires F1600 Series as a featured sponsor resulted in fields growing from twelve to fifteen entries to over thirty cars in just three years.

The company was now ready to make its mark in the Touring and Sports Racer categories. The new FEL Motorsports Sports Car Championship Canada is for vehicles prepared to GT4 and TCR specifications. Various models of the purpose-built Radical SR3 sports racers compete in the Emzone Radical Cup Canada.

Emzone Radical Cup Canada drivers compete in two forty-minute contests each race weekend.

  • May 20-22 - Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
  • June 3-5 - Calabogie Motorsport Park
  • July 22-24 - Canadian Tire Motorsport Park
  • August 19-21 - Calabogie Motorsport Park
  • September 2-4 - Canadian Tire Motorsport Park

The Emzone Radical Cup Canada series cars are built by the British manufacturer, Radical Sportscars. The company was founded by Mick Hyde and Phil Abbott in 1997. The early vehicles were road legal but were more popular as race cars. The Radicals used in the series are the SR3 model powered by an RPE - Suzuki four-cylinder Double Overhead Camshaft engine with a displacement of 1340-cc, which produces 170-rear wheel horsepower. The chassis is a space frame design with double wishbones, coil springs, adjustable shock absorbers, and roll bars. Stopping the SR3 are four-piston calipers front and rear with vented rotors. The Radicals use cast aluminum wheels fitted with 200/580/R15 tires on the front and 265/605/R16 on the rear.

Rounds five and six of the 2022 Emzone Radical Cup Canada were held at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park during the BARC Canadian Touring Trophy Races weekend. Drivers would compete in two forty-minute contests around the ten-turn 2.459-mile road course.

The first lap through Canadian Tire Motorsport Park's corner two for round five of the Emzone Radical Cup Canada. The pole-sitter, Jonathan Woolridge, leads the thirteen starters, driving the No. 77 CJ Campbell/Emzone Radical SR3 RSX. Behind Woolridge is the No. 42 Riedmann Management Radical SR3 RSX, who qualified third fastest. Fighting for position behind the leaders are Tim Sanderson and Peter Dyck.
Jonathan Woolridge has dominated the Emzone Radical Cup Canada series this year. In the five points races, the driver of the No. 77 Radical SR3 RSX has been first across the finish line. Woolridge qualified on the pole for the weekend's first event and led flag to flag. However, Sunday was not without drama, as he had to be towed in after the morning warm-up. With the issue resolved, Woolridge collected another victory.
Finishing 16.683-seconds behind the winner, Jonathan Woolridge, on Saturday was former Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada competitor Tim Sanderson. Sanderson drove the No. 07 Northwest Electric Radical SR3 RS and started fourth in round five. Passes on Peter Dyck and Kenny Riedmann were rewarded with a runner-up result. The next day, Sanderson earned the final position on the rostrum.
Piloting the No. 73 Ebinau Ltd sponsored Radical SR3 RSX was Peter Dyck. Dyck competed in last season's Emzone Radical Cup Canada and finished fifth in the standings. Before rounds five and six, he had failed to deliver a podium result. Dyck qualified fourth fastest and captured the final spot on the rostrum for Saturday's contest. In the finale, he started third but lost positions during the race and finished fifth.
The opening lap, for Sunday's contest, through Moss corner and the points leader and pole-sitter Jonathan Woolridge leads the way in the No. 77 CJ Campbell/Emzone Radical SR3 RSX. Behind Woolridge is the No. 42 Riedmann Management Radical SR3 RSX driven by Kenny Riedmann, who started on the outside of the front row. Behind the leaders are Peter Dyck and Matt Graham, battling for position.
Kevin Poitras made his Emzone Radical Cup Canada debut in rounds five and six at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park. In the event's first race, Poitras qualified seventh fastest in the No. 007 Power Bus Way Radical SR3 XX and advanced two positions in the contest to finish fifth. On Sunday, he faired even better. Poitras started in the sixth spot and finished in the runner-up position.

FINISHCLASSDRIVERENTRANT / CARLAPSRETIREMENTS
1PRO 1340Jonathan WoolridgeCJ Campbell/Emzone / Radical SR3 RSX30-
2PRO 1340Tim SandersonNorthwest Electric / Radical SR3 RS 30-
3PRO 1340Peter DyckEbinau Ltd / Radical SR3 RSX30-
4PRO 1340Matt GrahamCalabogie Motorsport Park / Radical SR3 XX30-
5PRO 1340Kevin PoitrasPower Bus Way / Radical SR3 XX30-
6PRO 1340Kenny ReidmannRiedmann Management / Radical SR3 RSX30-
7PRO 1340Alan ShawAESCO / Radical SR3 RSX30-
8PRO 1340Steven ChenYD Auto Group / Radical SR3 RSX30-
9PRO 1340Doug AllinghamOntario Tech University / Radical SR3 RSX30-
10PRO 1340Mark BoydAuto Eclectic Motorsports / Radical SR3 RS30-
11PRO 1340Adam AliOCC Lasik / Radical SR3 RS29-
12PRO 1340Fareed AliShopify / Radical SR3 RSX29-
13PRO 1340Kelly SmithKelly Smith Group / Radical SR3 XX29-

FINISHCLASSDRIVERENTRANT / CARLAPSRETIREMENTS
1PRO 1340Jonathan WoolridgeCJ Campbell/Emzone / Radical SR3 RSX24-
2PRO 1340Kevin PoitrasPower Bus Way / Radical SR3 XX24-
3PRO 1340Tim SandersonNorthwest Electric / Radical SR3 RS 24-
4PRO 1340Peter DyckEbinau Ltd / Radical SR3 RSX24-
5PRO 1340Matt GrahamCalabogie Motorsport Park / Radical SR3 XX24-
6PRO 1340Alan ShawAESCO / Radical SR3 RSX24-
8PRO 1340Kenny ReidmannRiedmann Management / Radical SR3 RSX24-
9PRO 1340Steven ChenYD Auto Group / Radical SR3 RSX24-
10PRO 1340Mark BoydAuto Eclectic Motorsports / Radical SR3 RS24-
11PRO 1340Fareed AliShopify / Radical SR3 RSX22-
12PRO 1340Doug AllinghamOntario Tech University / Radical SR3 RSX12Did Not Finish
13PRO 1340Adam AliOCC Lasik / Radical SR3 RS24-
-PRO 1340Kelly SmithKelly Smith Group / Radical SR3 XX0Did Not Start

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