Circuit Mont-Tremblant, QC, Canada – The 2017 Nissan Micra Cup has come down to a three-way battle at the final round at Circuit Mont-Tremblant this weekend.
The Quebec circuit will host the 11th and final rounds of the 2017 Micra Cup season. Three drivers are mathematically in contention to win the crown but 2016 champion Xavier Coupal, who is currently in third place, would need luck on his side in order to defend his title.
Championship leader Olivier Bédard and Kevin King are expected to battle it out for 2017 title. The 2017 season is the third year in a row where the championship has been crowned at the final round.
Inaugural 2015 champion Bédard leads the points with 342 compared to King on 315. If King is victorious in both races, Bédard must at least finish third in one race and fourth in the other in order to claim another championship title.
Nissan Micra Cup drivers will be on the track a total of six times at this weekend's event. Two practice sessions will be held on Friday, followed by a qualifying session on Saturday from 9:25-9:45 am (local time) and the first race at 1:15 pm On Sunday, the day will kick off with a qualifying session from 9:00-9:15 am, ahead of the final race of the season, which is set to start at 1:15 pm.