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Canada chases a round of the FIA World Rally Championship

A non-profit organization is currently working on getting Canada a round of the FIA World Rally Championship. The Rally Promoter Association of Canada (RPAC), led by founding Director Keith Morison, is working on building a project to get the FIA WRC cars and competitors to Canada for a round of the World Championship. RPAC is a federally incorporated non-profit organization, and has affiliated with the Canadian Association of Rallysport (CARS) as a member club. Morison is joined on the founding Board of Directors by Jorge Dascollas, Martin Burnley, Chris Kremer, and Warwick Patterson. Canadian rally fans will surely know that the Critérium du Québec was a rally competition that was part...
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