Fielding A Race Car

Road Racing

CASC Ontario Region's rulebook covers safety items (roll cage construction, belt anchor points, etc.) as well as vehicle weights, wheelbase and track dimensions, and performance modifications.
Once again, your club is an excellent resource for locating a race car. Consider renting a ride from a competitor or prep shop until you locate a car of your own.
Consult the CASC Ontario Region forums, racing magazines and newspapers like Performance Racing News or Inside Track Motorsport News for local racing action and classifieds for cars, trailers and trucks.
Cars are inspected before events, and only those vehicles that meet CASC-OR rules are allowed to compete.
If you are very mechanically inclined, you might choose to prepare a car from scratch yourself; if not, there are several professional race shops around Ontario that can help you.