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Chevrolet Urban Challenge

For its comeback edition, following the COVID-19 global pandemic who delayed its 51st edition, GP3R was searching for an exciting series, based in Canada and local that could create enthousiasm to our long-time fans and mechanic fanatics who could not have the chance to live GP3R in 2020.

e believe that with the modified DIRT cars powered by a V-8 Chevrolet engine, a category containing more than 200 cars prepared for racing only in Quebec and Ontario, we will be able to give to our fans the pleasure they deserve as they just went throught tough times these past few months. Usually racing around clay ovals all over the continent, these open-wheel race cars are the stars of ovals as they race on Friday and Sunday evenings, gathering many passionated fans.  

Here's the list of every confirmed driver for the GP3R 51st edition's Chevrolet Urban Challenge:

#24 Raphaël Lessard St-Joseph-de-Beauce
#61 Andrew Ranger Roxton Pond
#1 Marc-Antoine Camirand St-Léonard-d'Aston
#One David Hébert St-Damasse
#49 François Bernier St-Hyacinthe
#99 Michaël Labrèche Joliette
#21 Yan Bussière  Drummondville 
#79 Maxime Plante  St-Hyacinthe
#97 Josianne Plante St-Hyacinthe
#35 François Bellemare Trois-Rivières
#99 Michaël Labrèche Joliette
#76 Jean-François Tessier St-Damasse
#35R William Racine St-Paul-d'Abotsford
#0 Donovan Lussier St-Denis-sur-Richelieu
#33 Alex Lajoie St-Hyacinthe
#1 Yannick Ledoux Granby
#10 Sébastien Fournier Trois-Rivières
#1 Jeremy St-Louis St-Hyacinthe
#44 Gabriel Pépin Beloeil
#721 Jean-François Leblanc  
#42 Mathieu Préfontaine Beloeil
#41 Sam Charland  
#96 Mario Clair Drummondville
#29 Steve Turcotte  
#44 Sébastien Gougeon Drummondville
#22 Cédric Gauvreau Gatineau