Local Racing Partners

cyrcar_800wENEOS supports a variety of racing efforts, from Canadian drift races to amateur and grassroots racers and auto rally groups. We at ENEOS recognize the wide variety of enthusiasts who believe in high performance.

Coming soon: ENEOS sponsorship application form.

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ENEOS Local Racing Teams

Featured Driver: PATRICK CYR – Drift Racing

cyr_800wA resident of Mississuga, Ontario, Pat modified his first racing vehicle, a Honda Civic, as soon as he was legal, and started attending local amateur autocross events, becoming the youngest competitor in the series and racking up podium finishes.

After Cyr was evicted from events for sliding his car through the course, he began racing in drift events, where he currently reigns as the top Canadian driver in DMCC (DriftMania Canadian Championship). He currently drives a 2JZ swapped Scion FR-S, sponsored by ENEOS.

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ENEOS Local Racing Partners

FORMULA TOUR 1600 (Canada)

Photo courtesy PhotoF1.com

Formula 1600, or “F1600,” is a world-class competition car present in over 40 countries, raced on the most famous circuits in the world, including Silverstone, Nurburgring, Mt. Tremblant and Suzuka. Not only are they familiar as a “classic” looking race car, the current generation, which has been racing since the mid-60s, uses the Ford Kent and Honda Fit 1600cc engines, as well as more affordable parts overall, making the sport more accessible to participants (more than 65 cars registered to race with Formula Tour 1600 in 2014).

Formula Tour 1600 is based in Quebec and races are conducted at premiere racetracks of the area, including Mt. Tremblant, with drivers from Quebec & Ontario as well as teams from northern United States and a group of drivers from Arizona. ENEOS is a proud sponsor of the entire Quebec racing series. Other sponsors include Honda Racing, OKI, and Toyo Tires.

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Built Not Bought is an upcoming feature length film focusing on grassroots racing, specifically with Japanese vehicles, and predominantly in Canada.

This trailer was cut specifically for ENEOS and features clips of the interview with CEO Motoshi Sunami.

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