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BimmerWorld BMWCCA Club Race School 2016

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If you're considering advancing to the ranks of BMW Club Racing or CASC Racing, or want to be exposed to new concepts and on-track experiences, then this event is for you. This school is open to all drivers experienced with high performance driving on the track. Instructors and signed off advanced students of the BMW Club high performance driver education program are welcome, as well as participants with equivalent experience from other recognized organizations. This school only accepts those who have significant solo student and/or lapping experience. You will not be taught how to drive on a track at this school. We assume you already have these skills. You must have previously attained a level equivalent to a signed-off advanced student in a BMW club high performance driving school program.

The school will be hosted by Trillium Chapter BMWCC and take place at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on April 30-May 1, 2016

After successfully completing this school you will have satisfied the educational requirement for applying for a BMWCCA Club Race license. This school can also qualify you to apply for a CASC-OR regional race license.

Any car suitable for use in a BMW Club driving school may be used, all the way up to fully prepared race cars. Participants do not need race prepared cars, nor do cars need to be BMW's. Note that this year the helmet requirements have been updated (same as for the ADS): Helmets must be either Snell SA2010 or Snell SA2015.

The cost to students attending the two-day school is $649 +HST (total $733.37). All candidates must submit their driving resume to the race school chief instructor – Allan Lewis ( prior to being accepted into the school.

For more information, please contact Allan Lewis (

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