Toronto, ON January 17, 2021 – It is with great pleasure that we announce the extension of the partnership between the premier F1600 series in North America with Toyo Tires Canada for it’s 10th year. With the continuation of this business collaboration for another season, Toyo Tires Canada will remain the official tire and presenting sponsor of the Toyo Tires F1600 Championship for 2021.

For years F1600 racing has been the style of racing that has produced many of Canada’s most decorated road racing stars. It provides the most cost-effective form of entry level formula car competition for the aspiring young star and is an excellent destination series for racers looking for large grids and the closest open wheel-to-wheel racing in the country.

The Toyo Tires F1600 Championship series will kick off its season in June 2021. The official schedule includes six events – four at Canada’s leading racing facility in Canada, Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP), one each at Shannonville Motorsport Park and Calabogie Motorsport Park.

For full detailed schedule and to follow the series via its social media platform @formula1600 or on our website at

About Toyo Tires in Motorsports
In the 1980s, Toyo Tires began competing in road racing. By the end of the decade, drivers using Toyo products had captured numerous championship titles, and the motorsports legacy of Toyo Tires was born.
With championships in nearly every form, from road racing to off-road racing to drifting, Toyo Tires has become a household name amongst amateur and professional racers. More than that, however, these motorsports activities have provided invaluable knowledge, exposure, and enthusiasm, which consistently pushes Toyo Tires to develop the best products imaginable and results in new technology and innovations. It’s no secret – when it comes to motorsports, Toyo Tires relishes the excitement of winning!. For more information regarding Toyo Tires, visit them at

About Toyo Tires F1600 Championship
The Toyo Tires F1600 Championship Series is a competitive, technologically advanced form of open wheel racing based in Ontario and sanctioned by the CASC, Ontario region. The Series features cars powered by both Ford and Honda motors and has two distinct classes, the “A” Class for the newest and most refined chassis and the “B” Class, for cars manufactured in 1994 or earlier.