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.
Its car-shaped club logo was designed by Jack Luck, who helped found the original CASC National Body with a meeting in Kingston in 1953. He later devised the CASC logo with its similar badge. St LAC has a vibrant executive intent on facilitating the wishes of club members in true grassroots fashion. In addition to providing an inexpensive avenue to an affiliated club membership, St LAC is keen on growing motorsports in our area. Information about meeting times and more can be found at our website.