Toronto-based motorsports team Rice Racing is proud to announce their new partnership with Italform Structures for the 2016 race season.
Lindsay Rice, driver and founder of Rice Racing, has joined up with the formwork company Italform Structures to start off in their official partnership, and her first season ever in competitive racing in Canada.
Italform Structures was established in 1991 in the Greater Toronto Area. They have worked with many developers in the high rise residential sector and have completed many developments across the GTA, including Etobicoke, Toronto, and Barrie.
Italform Structures will be supporting Lindsay Rice in her GT racing this season, helping to obtain her goal of completing her first full season in competitive racing, and striving for a podium spot within the GT class of CASC Regional Races.
Rice Racing, with driver Lindsay Rice, has been training during the off-season in an unofficial partnership with Italform Structures. Now they will continue their partnership into the CASC season together, officially, in a fight for the Race Ontario Championship.
“It is such a pleasure to continue to work with Italform Structures, as they have been a very strong supporter of me since the beginning of my training” Lindsay stated, “To continue with Italform Structures, and to represent them for the season is a true blessing for me. Their work is outstanding and can be seen in every angle of the Toronto skyline, my home city. Aside from their work, they have been a strong supporter in the Canadian motorsport community, with true dedication to the drivers and the sport. I cannot wait to continue to move forward with Italform, and to see the successes of this season.”
Rice Racing is a group of motorsports professionals based out of Toronto, ON. They hold the talents of their driver, Lindsay Rice, their team coach and three-time Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada Master’s Champion, Marco Cirone, and their professional support team, Bestline Autotech.