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02
Nov
2016

Peter Jackson

webmaster / Tag: CASC-OR, Autoslalom, Ice Racing, Road Racing, Time Attack, frontpage / 0 Comments

With profound sadness, we announce the sudden passing of Peter Jackson, at his home in Oshawa on Monday, October 31, 2016, at the age of 69.

Peter was deeply loved by his wife, Aileen Ashman, his mother Joan Jackson, father Ian Jackson (deceased), daughter Meridith Jackson (husband David Maguire) and their children Zach, Riley and Robbie, and son Will Jackson (wife Jacquie) and their son Carter. Read more »

president / Tag: CASC-OR, Autoslalom, Ice Racing, Road Racing, Time Attack, Braille Battery, frontpage / 0 Comments

We're pleased to announce that Braille Battery is the Official Battery Supplier to Canadian Automobile Sport Clubs – Ontario Region.

We have just completed a sponsorship program with Braille Battery for a great discount and rebate program to all our affiliated member clubs and their members and racers.

Discount Package
1. Rotational Discount Package

Braille will offer a rotating monthly discount package on all of its products to CASC–OR and its associated clubs and members. Read more »

time attack director / Tag: Time Attack, OTA Event 1 at TMP 2016 / 0 Comments

I just want to add a few things to ensure that our participants in event #1 are ready.

Space is running out because we have close to 40 drivers registered. We were targeting 45 participants, so to accommodate everyone and ensure we have a well-organized and safe event please do the following. Remember, we are volunteer run and the more everyone cooperates in the registration process the more time you save our volunteers so they can also share the track with us, as most of them are also competitors. Please respect their time. Read more »

time attack director / Tag: Time Attack, 2016 School / 0 Comments

The Ontario Time Attack School at the Driver Development Centre was held on May 14th.

Student attendance was higher than last year, which helps our sport by ensuring many new faces in years to come.

We specially want to thank Gary Wood of Canadian Track Day Adventures who helped get our numbers up though enabling his participants to attend our school.

The day started off cold and dreary, but wet driving is actually a good way of learning to drive on track because the car’s dynamics is often magnified on a wet track. Read more »