Road Racing Spotlight

CASC Closed for the Holidays

CASC-OR closed from December 24 until January 2 Read more »

Notice of CASC Workshops and AGM 2018

AGM, Race and Ice Race Workshops Saturday, November 10 Read more »

CASC-OR Announces 2018 PIRELLI Tire GT Sprints and GT Challenge Championships

For details on how to register in the championship, click  Read more »

New CASC-OR Race Director

Ray Arlauskas elected Race Director Read more »

Completing A Race Drivers School

Date: 07-02-2011 / Author: webmaster / Tag: Road Racing /

Unless you already have previous road racing experience, everyone starts their racing in Ontario by attending a drivers school. Both CASC-OR and professional racing schools are available in the region. CASC-OR schools are run by member clubs or CASC-OR itself.  Each year CASC-OR offers at least one school, usually at Shannonville Motosports Park.
 
You can find an application form for the school on this website when it is published. The student is responsible for providing their car as well as their helmet for these schools - the car does not have to be race prepared and many people use their road car to participate.
 
Professional schools recognized by CASC-OR may provide fully prepared race cars, and all required safety equipment and supplies. Upon successful completion of one of these recognized schools, the student must complete a written test for CASC-OR and may then qualify for a CASC-OR competition license.
 
Your racing school experience influences how much you enjoy early racing weekends. It is hard to appreciate the difference between driving fast and racing until you learn the finer techniques of wheel-to-wheel competition.

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