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After a successful 2021 racing season, Audi Sport Customer Racing team TWOth Autosport take on an ambitious 2022 competition calendar, supporting a number of unique drivers and partners.

Follow the team as they navigate the sportscar racing industry, driver development, and marquee race weekends in the Audi RS3 LMS.

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episode 1

the TWOth story

New year, new cars and new goals for the Canadian team as they take possession of the latest Audi Sport factory racing cars. But the North American debut for the gen II Audi TCR would have to wait when the Covid-19 pandemic and mother nature made a mess of their plans.

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episode 2

Tomlinson Motorsports

Ron Tomlinson competes in the nation's top sportscar series, the FEL Sports Car Championship Canada (SCCC) as a hobby and outlet. The entrepreneur balances his own driving while supporting daughter Meg as she climbs the motorsport ladder with her first endurance race in the Audi RS3 LMS.

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episode 3

Taking on IMSA

The team takes on North America's best sportscar teams and drivers with a brand new Gen II Audi RS3 LMS TCR. Its no easy feat as TWOth battles through adversity while developing the new car for professional endurance racing.

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episode 4

Chasing the Dream

NowNot everyone starts in karting. Belgian-Canadian Nick Looijmans stunned competitors with a 3rd place championship finish in his rookie season in TCR competition after only 3 years of racing. Looking to continue to continue his growth in the sport, Nick focuses on the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge.

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episode 5

Shopify Racing

Building the ultimate development path for Canada's largest ecommerce founder and introducing Shopify to the world of sportscar racing.

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episode 6

Against the World

Representing Canada and taking on the world's best touring car drivers and teams, brothers Trevor & Travis travel to France for the 2022 FIA Motorsport Games.

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