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Clubs are the foundation of CASC-OR. People do not affiliate directly with CASC-OR, rather they join one of the affiiated clubs to get access to licencing and participate in events.

Every club has its own focus. If you don't belong to a club, visit some club websites to get an idea what each is about.

This is a listing of all the CASC-OR member clubs. Many can be joined online through the CASC-OR Members Website (a few will only allow you to join the club directly with their membership person). To see if a club permits online membership, visit the club website using the links below.

If you are already a member of a club that permits you to join online visit the CASC-OR Members Website and sign in to renew your membership. If you're unable to sign in, please contact your club.

BARC-OC British Automobile Racing Club - Ontario Centre BARC Ontario Centre was founded in 1959 by a group of motorsports enthusiasts in the Toronto area. The mission of the club is to be the club of choice for competitors, volunteers, fans and sponsors of motorsports in Ontario. BARC-OC Website
BEMC British Empire Motor Club

Founded in 1928 and incorporated in 1933, BEMC has one of the richest histories in Canadian motorsport. The club currently hosts a round of the CASC-OR Magnum Ice Racing Series, and two rounds on the RaceOntario Championship schedule.

BEMC Website
BMWCCT BMW Club of Canada - Trillium Chapter

The Trillium Chapter of the BMW Club of Canada exists to actively promote the varied interests of BMW owners and enthusiasts from across southern Ontario in the spirit of fun, friendship and safety. We bring together people from all walks of life who care about and appreciate fine BMWs, their heritage, and style.

BMWCCT Website
CRCA Canadian Race Communications Association

Why spectate...participate! Canada’s first and most experienced marshalling club is looking for action-oriented people to train as volunteer corner marshals at motorsport racing events. Don’t limit yourself to a view from the stands, join us and be part of the action!

CRCA Website
CTA Canadian Timing Association

The Canadian Timing Association (CTA) is a volunteer group of dedicated racing enthusiasts who provide timing and scoring services at motor racing events throughout Ontario. In addition to our contracted events at CTMP, we provide timing services for CASC-OR clubs and various race series at the Toronto Indy, Shannonville, and Calabogie race tracks. Timing and scoring is an important part of motor racing no matter where you are!

CTA Website
CVC Canadian Volvo Club

The CVC evolved in the late 1970’s when two London, Ontario area residents, Rick Guy and Fred Sleight, began receiving newsletters produced by another Volvo enthusiast for Volvo owners. In 1980 Rick and Fred decided to hold a Volvo meet; which attracted a dozen or so Volvos. The meet was such a success that it became an annual event. Today, the annual "Family Day" attracts hundreds of people and over 150 Volvos from the 1960’s to new models. The club now has approx. 100 members, all of which receive a quarterly newsletter.

CVC Website
DAC Deutscher Automobile Club

Organized in 1958, and incorporated in 1960, the DAC was formed to promote the interest of its members in automobiles and motorsport. The Head Office is in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
It is the mandate of the club to facilitate and exchange of information and experience between its members while abstaining from any political affiliation.

DAC Website
LASC London Auto Sport Club

Founded in 1956, the London Auto Sport Club is the local affiliate club of the Canadian Automobile Sport Club--Ontario Region, the official sanctioning body of Automobile Motorsports in Ontario, and a member of ASN Canada FIA. Members of LASC are enthusiasts and participants in various forms of motorsports, such as road racing, and rallying.

LASC Facebook Page
MCO Motorsport Club Of Ottawa

The Motorsport Club of Ottawa (MCO) is a provincially incorporated, not-for-profit organization run entirely by volunteers committed to combining the fun and community of amateur, grass-roots motorsports with responsible management and transparency. Monthly meetings? Not really our speed. Rather, come check out one of our events, even if just as a spectator. There's no better way to see who we are and what we're about. We're super friendly and love newcomers, regardless of who you are, your background, or your experience level.

MCO Website
MMS Motorsport Marshalling Services

Formed in 1976, MMS has created a working partnership with Mosport in which MMS marshals service all major motor racing events at the Mosport Park road course. Members are often at racing events throughout North America, participating from what can be described as the best front-row viewing spots in the house.

MMS Website
MSOC Mazda Sportscar Owners Club

The MSOC organizes the popular ‘Push It To The Limit’ Performance Driving Autoslalom Series from May to September.

OMSC Oshawa Motor Sport Club In 1959 a group of car buffs formed a club for the pursuit of precision driving. The first meeting of this club had a mere handful of car enthusiasts present but their love of anything that furthered performance driving under controlled conditions has allowed the Oshawa Motor Sport Club to celebrate over 50 years. OMSC Website
OSCC Ottawa SportsCar Club

The Ottawa SportsCar Club is for its members to share their hobby and passion for any form of motorsports with friends who share the same interests. It is a club of, by and for its members!

OSCC Website
OZC Ontario Z Car Owners Association

The Ontario Z Car Owner's Association is a not for profit organization founded in 1993, and incorporated in 2000. The Club is dedicated to the preservation and enjoyment of the Nissan/Datsun Z Car, and is open to all and any interested owners. Although primarily focused on the Z Car, we also encourage owners of related Nissan/Datsun vehicles such as the 510, 1200, and 1600/2000 Roadsters to join. Members of the club are not required to be residents of Canada.

OZC Website
PMSC Peterborough Motor Sports Club The Peterborough Motor Sports Club is a multi-disciplined club, organizing ice races, solos, and road rallies. PMSC Website
SCC Saab Club Of Canada

The Saab Club of Canada, founded in 1978, is a non-profit corporation dedicated to the owners' enjoyment of their Saab in a convivial atmosphere. There are members across Canada, though the majority live close to metropolitan Toronto. Membership includes monthly meetings in the Toronto area with interesting guest speakers, social events and a sympathetic ear for any compliments or complaints about your Saab.

SCC Website
SPDA SPDA-Online.ca

The SPDA is open to all makes of vehicle. This association is comprised of members from many cities in Canada. Club members compete under the SPDA banner at various events, Time Attack, Autoslalom / Gymkhana, track lapping day, sanctioned drag meets, rallies and rallycross.

SPDA Website
St.LAC St. Lawrence Automobile Club St. LAC (pronounced "Saint Lack") is located in the Kingston area and provides regional affiliation to enthusiasts in the south-eastern area of Ontario. It is one of the oldest clubs in Canada first formed in 1951. St.LAC Website
TAC Toronto Autosport Club

The Toronto Autosport Club (TAC) exists to bring together automotive enthusiasts in the Toronto area, with the goal of promoting safe participation in various motorsport activities in the province of Ontario.

TAC Website
TBAC Thunder Bay Autosport Club

The Thunder Bay Autosport Club is a Non-Profit organization incorporated in 1967. It is quite possibly the longest continuous running car club in Thunder Bay. Over the years we have helped promote the joy of motor sports and the pride of owning a sports car. The club organizes motor sports activities such as ice racing, slaloms, rallies, and other solo events. Over the years we have had the honour of being the host for National Slaloms as well as many years of International Ice Racing.

TBAC Website
TLMC Twin Lakes Motor Club Twin Lakes Motor Club (TLMC) was founded in 1959 by motorsport enthusiasts for the purpose of promoting grassroots motorsport while stressing fun and safety. TLMC Website
UMN Underground Miata Network

From the first meeting on August 31, 1995, the Underground Miata Network has been dedicated to the pursuit of driving enjoyment. Our focus is on driving, and driving well. A sense of humour is a membership requirement. Watch for our sticker on nearby Miatas - we are infiltrating the world.

UMN Website
VARAC Vintage Automobile Racing Association of Canada

VARAC was formed in 1976 to provide a central organizing body through which Vintage Race enthusiasts could communicate and organize race meetings for eligible Vintage and Historic racing and sports cars.

The Spirit of Varac can be expressed as a wish to preserve, restore and race historically significant cars in a form as close to the original specification as possible.

VARAC Website
WOSCA Western Ontario Sports Car Association The Western Ontario Sports Car Association (WOSCA) is based in London, Ontario, Canada. A Canadian Automobile Sports Clubs (CASC) affiliate, members of WOSCA participate in various forms of sanctioned motor racing including Autocross, also known as Autoslalom and Solo II, Time Trials or Solo I, Vintage racing, Club Racing and Drag Racing.