16 April 2013|
April showers bring… more snow? Fight off the last of your winter blues by registering for one of our upcoming events! Join us for karting, cruising, garage nights and track days!
Car Care Clinic (Course 1)
Thursday, April 18 @ 6:45 p.m.
$25 in advance / $30 at the door
Spring Tour (Formally known as C7 Cruise)
Saturday, April 27 @ 9 a.m.
Start: AMC 24, Oakville End: Formula Kartways, Brampton
$5 Donation to Canadian Cancer Society
Join the event page here
* Pre-registration Prices
Carts and Coffee: Round 1
Thursday, May 2 @
Formula Kartways, Brampton
2 x 25 laps $49* / $59 at the door
1 x 10 laps $15 at the door
Advanced Driver Training: 2nd Gear
Sunday, May 12 @ 10 a.m.
Driver Development Track, CTMP Bowmanville
Course: $335* / $395
Lapping only: $225* / $228
About our Events
Advanced Driver Training - 2nd Gear
Our second gear course kicks it up a notch and provides licensed drivers the opportunity to work one-on-one with one of our experienced instructors, in their own vehicle on one of Ontario’s race tracks. This course builds on the theory and techniques students developed in our first gear course and provides participants the opportunity to advance their skills in a safe and controlled environment.
Carts and Coffee
Carts and Coffee is new to the SGR calendar for 2013. This social program offers car enthusiasts the opportunity to meet up with their peers and get their need for speed out on the go-kart track. These events are social meet-ups, held on Thursday evenings once a month throughout the season. Carts and Coffee provides our community a safe outlet for racing, and an opportunity to bring car enthusiasts together.
Car Care Clinics
Our Car care Clinics are tailored for women and youth. These evening workshops bring the girls into the garage, where we get them comfortable working on and under their own vehicles. The course covers changing tires, changing oil, replacing wiper blades, and how to jump-start a car in emergency situations. Car Care Clinics are about giving participants confidence in emergency situations, and encouraging women and youth to learn more about how their vehicles work, and how to keep them operating safely on the road.
Cruises are the sight-seeing, day-tripping, car-loving, wind-in-your-hair way to bring our community together. Cruises take place twice a year – in the spring and fall – and offer participants a morning cruise through south-western Ontario, a BBQ fundraiser and optional go-karting in the afternoon. Cruises are fun-packed days for the whole family, and bring together a diverse group of auto enthusiasts and their cars. Cruises are open to anyone and we welcome all makes and models – classics, exotics, domestics, imports, tuners, and rat rods.