MIRABEL, Quebec — ICAR Complex, a high-performance racing experience in Canada including a world-class kart track, will launch the ICAR Canada Racing Team to compete in the American F4 Championship. The team will run two cars for Justin Arseneau and Louka St-Jean, two 15-year-old Quebec natives.
The team will make its first outing at the practice in Virginia in March 8-9. The season will open at Georgia’s Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta March 25-28.
Arseneau is a Canadian karting champion, making his racing debut at seven. He has represented Canada several times internationally, including at the Rotax World and FIA Academy Trophy championships.
St-Jean is a rising karting star who already has an impressive track record. He participated in the Montreal Cup and the Florida Winter Tour.
“It’s very important for ICAR to be a resource for the young athletes wanting a career in racing,” said Marc Arseneau, president of the ICAR Complex and founder of the ICAR Canada Racing Team. “We offer the ideal playground to help them thrive, starting with karting, and then getting into race cars.”