Get out there & go racing with the Northern Alberta Sports Car Club in 2017

Photo by VelocityMotorsportsNews.com Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) at Castrol Raceway Nisku, Alberta

Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) Road Racing 2017 at Castrol Raceway
If you ever wanted to go road racing here is your chance. NASCC has a race school to teach drivers to improve driving skills & to learn the basics needed to get a race license. The great thing about this racing is there is there are multiple classes you can run a car in. I suggest contacting the club to & talk to racers on what they suggest.

Spec Miata is the fastest growing spec class in Road Racing today. If you like the idea of Road Racing in a even playing field this might class might be for you. The biggest difference in this class is driver skill & car set-up. If you are interested in racing contact the NASCC for more information. In 2016 the 1st Race Weekend for the Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) saw 20 Spec
Miatas registered. Spec Miata class: http://miatavsmiata.ca/

Photos by VelocityMotorsportsNews.com Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) at Castrol Raceway Nisku, Alberta

The 2017 WCMA Road Race School conducted by the NASCC & ARCA will be held on May 6 & 7, 2017.
If you need a race license this year, use the WCMA.CA website (Racing/permits and Licensing pages) to contact Chris Semanciw, the License Director)

School entry fee is $690 and includes a complimentary 2017 NASCC Club Membership. Price wise there is No better deal!

http://nascc.ab.ca/racing/race-school-information/

For more information:
http://nascc.ab.ca/contact/

Photos by VelocityMotorsportsNews.com Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) at Castrol Raceway Nisku, Alberta

Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) 2017 Road Racing Schedule:

2017 Road Race Season at Castrol Raceway, Nisku.

May 6 & 7 – Competition License School

June 3 & 4 – Race 1 weekend

July 22 & 23 – Race 2 weekend

August 26 & 27 – Race 3 Double WCMA points weekend

September 23 & 24 – Race 4 weekend

Registration for all 2017 Road Racing events will be open soon on MotorsportReg.com (MSR)

Photos by VelocityMotorsportsNews.com Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) at Castrol Raceway Nisku, Alberta

Motorsports Volunteers

Remember watching racing can fun but being part of the race is even better. So if you are not racing come-out and volunteer the second best way to watch a race, the best way is to be in the car.

Race Volunteers make events happen-from the organizers of the event to the person taking your ticket; it takes a lot of people to make an event work. Road Racing Cars Volunteer Positions: Clerk of the Coarse, Steward, Starter, Chief Coarse Marshal, Corner Captain, Communicator, Yellow Flagger, Blue flagger, Safety, Pri-grid, Pit in & Pit out, Rescue personnel: Ambulance crew, Fireman & Clean-up Crew Tow Truck driver, Pace Car Driver, Timing personnel, Srutineer (Tech), Registration & Back Gate.

My favorite way to volunteer is as a track-side marshal/corner worker. Road course marshals are race personnel that surround the road course track at specified stations that communicate to drivers with flags and each other on radios. These are a committed group of volunteers that with training and experience, can become qualified to work the big professional races like Indycar & Formula 1.

Alberta Race Marshals (ARM) Statement:
Alberta Race Marshals (ARM) is a new non-profit organization of volunteers that share a passion for racing and will be working closely with the Canadian Motorsport Response Team (CMRT) to benefit from advanced and cross training support.

Alberta Race Marshals (ARM) is having their 2017 Inaugural ARM/CMRT Joint Training School April 29th & 30th

Get involved in Road Racing with the ARM/CMRT Advanced Joint Training School!

Alberta Race Marshals (ARM)
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1861067554152484/

Photos by VelocityMotorsportsNews.com Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC) at Castrol Raceway Nisku, Alberta

Northern Alberta Sports Car Club (NASCC)
http://nascc.ab.ca/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/19068689376/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/motorsportvolunteers/

Driving directions to Castrol:
Castrol Raceway is located 10 minutes South of Edmonton. Follow Hwy QEII South, take HWY 19 Exit (Nisku/Leduc) West; located 2 kms West on the left hand side.

For more information:
http://nascc.ab.ca/contact/

Western Canada Motorsport Association (WCMA) WCMA is affiliated to ASN Canada FIA.
http://www.wcma.ca/new/

Castrol Raceway
http://www.castrolraceway.com/

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