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#tbt to my first ever season racing (it feels like a lifetime ago!!) & this fantastic shoot with πŸ“Έ @kacper.larski - what an absolutely lucky person I am to not only have two seasons of racing under my belt, but also to be planning for a third. I love this sport with my whole heart. Can’t wait to see what it has in store for me and for my competitors moving forward β€οΈπŸŽπŸ’¨ #alwayspushing #neverstop  #ladydriver The timelessness of the motorsport suit and helmet. We put them on to prepare ourselves for battle. For our ultimate showcase. It is where we give our everything, our all. When I am getting suited up before a race my world comes to a halt, and the focus kicks in. This is where it all begins, just like it did for the legends before me and the legends beside me. #riceracing #racinglife #WHPClassic ☺️ This is my #fridaymood πŸ™‹πŸ½β€β™€οΈπŸŽπŸ’¨ Friday for me is usually the start of a jam-packed race weekend. Usually. Now it is -3 and my slicks wouldn’t quite work so well if I tried to bring him out. πŸ˜… Still super humbled from the season we had this year - we were insanely busy with racing and testing and I can’t thank my sponsors and fans enough for making it happen!! I have a lot to bring to my 2018 season and I can’t wait to get it started. ❀️ @total_canada @chucksroadhouse @coffeeculturecafe @crabbyjoes @unionburger Suit by @freemusa πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ #riceracing #womeninmotorsport Take me back to life in the sunshine & driving this beautiful 991 β˜€οΈπŸŽ #gt3cup #gt3can A real race car that has my heart β€οΈπŸ™‚ #porscheracing #porschemoment @porschecanada @porsche Found myself in this wonderful edition of the @officialbarc magazine. Straight out of the UK πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§πŸ˜€πŸ™‚ Thanks to BARC in Canada for the support - I absolutely adore you guys!! Probably the most amazing crew of volunteers and Motorsport enthusiasts out there. ❀️ I started at the track with them 4 years ago as a volunteer and they all have watched my racing evolve from there with the most love and support towards it. I don’t have words πŸ€— Thanks guys ❀️ #barc #racinglife #racingcrew This year marked our first ever time supporting the #copsforcancer Hot Rods for a Cause event in Mississauga (my hometown!). The event hosts over one hundred souped up cars and bikes for display to attendees - all profits go towards the Cops for Cancer and SickKids Hospital charities @copsforcancer @sickkidstoronto . Here I am at the event with my #18 and the amazing volunteer team - all sporting our 2017 @total_canada hats πŸ™‚πŸ˜ŽπŸ€“ What a special day and a great event!! Thanks for all the support from the people who came to see us and who gave to these groundbreaking charities. Thank you. Also a huge thanks to my sponsors #Total and #obsidiagroup for showing a HUGE support at this event with me. #givingback #sickkids #charityevent #riceracing My car πŸ™‚β€οΈπŸ˜‡ What a beauty he is!! Currently sitting in the garage waiting for better weather. May take a while πŸ˜‚. Do you think I should get a new car next season or keep him? I know what my answer is πŸ˜€ And it is a good one I think 🧐🀯. I’m finally home. What a trip that was but right now there is no place I’d rather be. 🏑 I covered 16 states, AKA roughly 30% of all states in the US. My #golfr has 11,000 extra kilometres added to it, my #awol has seen the west coast and the Pacific Ocean, and I come back with a greater appreciation for my country πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ and also for the North American continent πŸ—» A highly recommended adventure for any road trip lovers!! Back to the day to Day and ecstatic about it πŸ™‚ #home #roadtrip #traveller Me & my superstar Xanthe going for a trip around the paddock. Such an amazing little girl - I remember when I met her as a driver at Children’s Wish #Wheels4Wishes event.. all she said to me was β€˜go faster please!!’ Now look at her πŸ˜€ happy in the passenger seat  of the #18 three years later. Friends for life. #riceracers #riceracing #drivefuturetalent



RACE LOCATION: streets of toronto.

FORECAST: sunshine with rain clouds.

MOOD: 😐 still waking up


Racing credentials: check.
Coconut water : always. check.
Race weekend location convenience: check, check !!
Coffee consumed: check. mmmmm.

Here we are, racing in the streets of Toronto.

This is my city. At least, this is where I live now.

Originally, I come from Mississauga – just 20 minutes outside of downtown Toronto. A ‘suburb’ of the beautiful city. Less traffic, wide roads; a perfect setting for my driving in my teenage years.

Toronto roads are a tad different – they are tighter, much more rough (perfectly shown in the photo above πŸ˜› ), and the traffic lights seem to be in your rear view every 20 seconds. ohhhh #citylife

..this is probably why I like to spend my driving time on the race track.DCIM100GOPRO

When I was much younger I remember getting so excited to take the train into downtown – the city was full of opportunity and excitement.

It still is, really. But now – it is a different opportunity that I see there. Now to me, the city doesn’t mean working inside of a building or a store. Instead, I’d prefer to be inside of a car flying down Lakeshore at 240km/h – legally πŸ™‚ .

To race on the streets of Toronto would be a dream for me. And this past weekend, this is what my boyfriend was doing.


My #88 – driver Marco Cirone. A true talent and humble driver and human being.



The Indy Car race series comes to town once a year and uses the Lakeshore area of Toronto as the setting for competition – and they bring a wad of groupies with them. Groupies are what I like to call the support racing series for the weekend. That is why we were here, we’re the groupies.

We drive in the Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge Canada series. In some seriously cool cars.

The team, Mark Motors Racing, is my boyfriends sponsor and a group of truly wonderful people. The mechanics are Bestline Auto Tech – who also support my race car – and they are family to me.


The car my boyfriend races is a 2017 991 911 Porsche GT3 Cup Car, and is absolutely breathtaking. 485HP and the most beautiful voice I’ve heard.. aside from my race car πŸ˜‰ .

A beast, a monster.. this is how we describe them. Or in Zach’s case (driver of #98 for Mark Motors and Marco’s teammate), a frog.. See below..


This weekend, my boyfriend took home 4th and 5th overall in the Platinum class, and 1st in both races in Platinum Masters class.

Top 5 is a huge accomplishment with the drivers in this series – a lot of them should really be labeled as professionals. Most have been racing since 8 in go-karts or have competed across seas in European series professionally. 

My boyfriend started racing when he was 36. A little different from the rest.. πŸ˜‰ I guess him & I are on the same journey in that respect- I started racing in my later years as well. I began racing at 23 years old – just two years ago. (believe it or not I am classified as ‘old’ to start racing at this age – what!!).


In these past two years, I can’t describe to you what I have felt being a part of motorsport. I know my boyfriend would say the same about his years in racing too.. there is nothing like it. Nothing.

Perhaps we are just wired in a super thrill-seeking, crazy-risk-taker kind of way. But if we are, then so are our competitors and teammates too.


No matter what, this is where I belong. This is my family, my people, my sport. This is where I feel like there is nothing else.. This is motorsport and me.


Until the finish line.

Lindsay Rice




One comment on “TORONTO

  1. Moe says:

    This was a well written and a great inside for those of us outside and just slightly toeing the line of understanding the sport. I’ve been volunteering for 17 years and every year I learn something new. I see something different. I love watching everyone grow from their 1st year as Amateur to the latest year when they in turn start helping other 1st year drivers. The sounds, the people running around, the unique cars. It’s all worth coming out to volunteer too. Thanks Lindsay


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