Champion athletes aren’t just born - they’re, trained, molded and tested. We hone raw talent to maturity with quality coaching, wholesome lifestyle and a true love of the sport. Teamwork, perseverance, sportsmanship - those are the hallmarks of Cassels Racing.
The team has a united goal of someday competing in a professional endurance race sharing the car with the entire Cassels racing family!
Cameron returns to IMSA competition in 2019 in the rapidly growing Prototype Challenge class driving a Ligier LeMans Prototype 3 car for Performance Tech Motorsports.
2016 and 2017 were solid seasons in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge with 4 wins and 9 podiums co driving a Porsche GT4 and finishing 3rd and 2nd respectively in the championship. Cameron also won the Masters Championship in the IMSA Prototype Challenge presented by Mazda and with a win at Road-Atlanta.
Tanya is the Cassels's Racing team manager. She works extremely hard to book flights, hotels, register for our races and makes sure everyone is where they are supposed to be on time with their equipment ready to go. She has been a true supporter since the early days of Cassels Racing with Cameron's Legends Racing.
Although Erin was a late start to competitive kart racing, she has progressed quickly to become a solid competitor. In 2019, she will continue to work on strengthening her race craft in the Rotax Senior Class along side her brother, Kyle and Dad, Cameron.
Kyle started kart racing in 2016 in the Rotax Max series in the the Mini Max class. In 2018 Kyle graduated into the fiercely competitive Junior class and showed great speed and discipline all season. In the 2019 season, Kyle will advance up into the Senior Rotax class. Kyle has a goal to eventually compete with his Dad in an endurance race such as the Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona.
Ryan has been kart racing since 2016 in the Rotax Max series in the Micro Max class. Ryan's great sense of humour helps to keep everything fun! His dream is to some day become a professional sportscar driver.
2018 was Sydney’s first full season of kart racing. She quickly ran up to speed and proved she could be in the front rows through the 2018 season. Sydney balances her time between her two passions; kart racing and competitive gymnastics. Sydney’s incredibly competitive nature will be fun to watch in the exciting Micro Max class this season.