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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 affiliated 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
CORSA Corvair Society of America Ontario

CORSA Ontario is a non-profit organization that is a registered chapter of the Corvair Society of America (CORSA). CORSA Ontario was established in 1973 by Paul Allison and John Corrigan with the intention of preserving and perpetuating interest in the Corvair.

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
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
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