Guyons Performance Centers Secures North American Formula Renault Championships Supply and Service Contract After wrapping up the final details from the North American Formula Renault Winter Invitational, which saw drivers from fifteen ...
Guyons Performance Centers Secures North American Formula Renault Championships Supply and Service Contract
After wrapping up the final details from the North American Formula Renault Winter Invitational, which saw drivers from fifteen countries battle for an astounding prize package worth over $150,000, and the successful North American debut of the Formula Renault V6, RaceTeam Promotions has begun preparations for the upcoming North American Formula Renault Championships.
RaceTeam Promotions announced today that Guyons Performance Centers will be the official supply and service provider for the North American Formula Renault Championships, serving as the exclusive parts supplier for North American Formula Renault and providing on-event support including all tire supply and service, as well as shock dyno support.
Guyons is based in Calgary, Alberta, and has locations in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as Portland, Oregon, with a Toronto location scheduled to open soon. Guyons provides a myriad of services for racers and auto enthusiasts alike, from building race engines to fabrication, as well as serving as a key parts supplier.
Guyons will be bring a dedicated technical staff to every North American Formula Renault event to provide insight and information beyond just parts supply to provide the drivers and teams in the North American Formula Renault Championships everything they need to mount a competitive effort. Guyons is involved with nearly every segment of motorsports, including karting, sports cars, Legends, rallying, drag racing, and off-road, and is well known as "Canada's most complete racing source." Guyons is also an authorized North American track side distributor for the HANS device. Guyons recently won several awards at the 38th Annual World of Wheels show in Calgary, Alberta, including "Best Competition Car" for its CASCAR Chrysler entry.
The North American Formula Renault Championships are sanctioned by Grand American, and provide a ladder for drivers to develop their talent, with a full in-house open-wheel progression available. For schedule and series information, please visit www.formularenaultna.com.
The Formula Renault V6 Championship is the top rung on the North American Formula Renault Championship ladder, which also includes the North American Formula Renault 1600 Championship and the North American Formula Renault 2000 Championship. The Formula Renault V6 is expected to make its North American competition debut in the latter stages of the North American Formula Renault 2000 season.
Formula Renault 1600
First steps in racing: this low-cost concept places the emphasis on car set-up and racing skills and is positioned after karting and Formula Renault Campus as an opportunity to get a first taste of competition, for a reasonable budget, within the framework of a championship.
Formula Renault 2000
A legendary formula: Over five hundred Formula Renault 2000s have been sold to date! This formula is recognized as a benchmark across the world for the acquisition of single-seater racing skills. No fewer than thirteen national championships already exist, not only in Europe but also in Asia and South America, while a Formula Renault 2000 Eurocup will be organized in 2004.
Formula Renault V6
The ultimate stepping-stone before F1: The 370 bhp Formula Renault V6 employs F1-style technology, including a sequential gearbox, carbon brakes and steering wheel-mounted gearshift controls. The races themselves are particularly exciting with features such as rolling starts and mandatory refuelling stops. The 2003 Eurocup was an extremely fiercely fought affair broadcast by Europe's leading TV sports channel, Eurosport