SoloSport

Overview

 

SoloSport provides the opportunity for club members to enjoy cost-effective actionat motor sport facilities across Canada through our regional affiliates. All you need is your street vehicle and a helmet to get started.
SoloSport provides a safe controlled environment to learn the handling limits of your car at a minimal cost.
You will learn how to drive your vehicle in High Performance situations. And you can measure your progress against other drivers and yourself as you improve your driving skills. Contact your local motorsports club to learn more and get started.

Solosport Latest Information

Regulations

 

All SoloSport Participants

 

SoloSport General Competition Rules – English
SoloSport General Competition Rules – French
SoloSport Vehicle Technical Self-Declaration

 

AutoSlalom

 

ASN 2017 AutoSlalom Regulations
Dual Slalom Regulations

 

TimeAttack (with and without passing)

 

• Posted April 19 TimeAttack Regulations
TimeAttack On-Line Vehicle Classification Database

 

Lapping

 

• Posted June 10 – Bulletin 2016-01 – Passing Zones at Driver Development Track at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park
Lapping Regulations – English
Lapping Regulations – French

ASN SOLOSPORT COMMITTEE

Terry Epp

Chairperson

terryepp@asncanada.com

Dave Hull

Atlantic Canada – ARMS

d.hull@ns.sympatico.ca

Richard Lestage

Québec  – ASQ

rlestage3@yahoo.com

Barry Greenaway

Ontario -CASC-OR

barry.greenaway@gmail.com

Doug Campbell

Alberta,  Saskatchewan, Manitoba – WCMA

talongeo@shaw.ca

Henry Threlfall

 British Columbia – CACC

hent@telus.net

SOLOSPORT LINKS

Atlantic Region Motor Sport Inc.

Canadian Automobile Sport Club – Ontario Region

Western Canada Motorsport Association

Territory for Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba

Confederation of Autosport Car Clubs

Territory for British Columbia

Auto Sport Quebec