Multimatic Motorsports is the competition arm of Multimatic Engineering, one of Canada’s largest and most successful engineering organizations. For Multimatic, motorsports is a high speed laboratory where innovative engineering, creative thinking and rapid problem solving are imperative for success. Motorsports provides an excellent opportunity for Multimatic to create and test new technologies that can be transferred to production oriented projects
Since its racing debut in 1992, Multimatic Motorsports has established itself as Canada’s premier motorsports organization, contesting and winning races across North America and around the globe. Multimatic Motorsports is the only Canadian motorsports organization to win at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, capturing the LMP 675 class victory in 2000. Other notable victories include the inaugural Daytona Prototype class win at the Rolex 24 Hours At Daytona in 2003 and the GT2 class win at the 12 Hours of Sebring in 2006. The team has also won Grand-Am championships in 2002, 2005 and 2008. Multimatic Motorsports programs include car design, engineering, testing and development, track support and turn-key competition management.