If you're considering advancing to the ranks of BMW Club Racing or CASC Racing, or want to be exposed to new concepts and on-track experiences, then this event is for you. This school is open to all drivers experienced with high performance driving on the track. Instructors and signed-off advanced students of the BMW Club high performance driver education program are welcome, as well as participants with equivalent experience from other recognized organizations. You will need to be a member of either the Trillium BMW Club or any chapter of the BMWCCA to participate.
Sunday, March 24 was Trillium's final race for our 2019 Winter Go-Kart Series held at K1Speed Kartways in Downsview. Great attendance numbers made for competitive racing at each of the Sunday evening events that started back in January.
The racing was so fierce that often the time difference between the lead racer and 10th place was only 0.500s apart! These are some of the most evenly matched karts we've experienced, which made for a legitimate ego-boost or humbling "no-excuse" evening among the participants.
As of 2017 (TBA 2018), the minimum standard for accepted helmets at BMW Club of Canada, Trillium Chapter driving events will be SA2010. Please do not confuse M2010 with SA2010. M is for 'M'otorcyle, not 'M'otorsport. We do not accept motorcycle (i.e. M-rated) helmets. For more information on helmet standards, please see the web site of the Snell Memorial Foundation at http://www.smf.org/stds.
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