Register Open Car Lapping today:
Open Car Lapping – EveningSKU: 702f2a8999b8 Category: Open Car LappingSelect options $100.00
Open Car Lapping – Week DaySKU: a1a701f705e8 Category: Open Car LappingSelect options $140.00 – $160.00
Open Car Lapping – WeekendSKU: fdd589a5216b Category: Open Car LappingSelect options $160.00 – $180.00
Have you ever dreamed of what it would be like to take your own car around the track or rent a vehicle to make some laps in? Well you can, and it's easier than you think! All you need to do is bring your vehicle and/or yourself out to Toronto Motorsports Park. You're welcome to come out and participate in our Car Lapping events around our 3.0 kilometre course configuration.
Come out and test your skills and your vehicles performance. Once you arrive at the gates, and pay your entry fee, you will be directed to the Road Course area of the facility where a course marshal will control the flow of vehicles entering and exiting the track to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.
All participants must indicate their track experience level on the registration form.
No refunds or exchanges will be given. If a session is cancelled due to weather, rain checks will be issued and will be valid only on the rescheduled date. Mechanical breakdowns are not the responsibility of Toronto Motorsports Park and no refunds, exchanges or rain checks will be granted.
Limited space is available for each session. Pre-registrations will be given priority and drivers registering at the track on the day of the event will be accepted on a first come first serve basis.
Toronto Motorsports Park offers onsite racing fuel at the Ontario Competition Fuels fueling station, located in the center of the Paddock. Track-proven racing fuels are designed to provide exceptional performance, quality and consistency. The fuel station will be open from 9:00 AM - 8:30 PM during lapping events.
Scheduled April to October: 10am-5pm
$140 +HST - 7 or more days in advance
$160 +HST - 2-6 days in advance
$180 cash at the gate day of event
Schedule for April to October: April (4pm-Dusk), May to August (5pm-Dusk), September to October (4pm-Dusk) Every Wednesday from April 1st to October 28th Every Friday from April 3rd to October 30th Saturday Evenings: As Scheduled.
$70 +HST - 7 or more days in advance
$90 +HST - 2-6 days in advance
$100 cash at the gate day of event
BMW 330(Coupe- Standard) or BMW 540(Standard)
· 20 Laps approx. 1 Hour- $150.00
· 30 Laps approx. 1.5 Hours- $225.00
· 40 Laps approx. 2 Hours- $300.00
Porsche 944(Turbo- Standard)
· 20 Laps approx 1 Hour- $200.00
· 30 Laps approx 1.5 Hours- $300.00
· 40 Laps approx 2 Hours- $400.00
Please respect our community - Drive with Care
Two Spin Rule
Accidents and Damage to the Track
Entering and Exiting the Track
Entering the Track - Pull your car up to the end of pit lane. Follow the instructions of the Pit Marshall and stay to the right of the track as you accelerate up to speed. Use your mirrors to see if you are being overtaken before you attempt to leave the right lane.
Exiting the Track - Track exit during a session is on driver's right to the hot pit. When you want to exit from the track into the pit lane, extend your left arm upward, out of the window, in a fist, or if the window is up, four-way flashers, prior to your exit from the track. Track exit after a session is after the carousel at turn 14. Keep right and extend your left arm upward, out of the window, in a fist, prior to your exit from the track. Proceed to the paddock.
GREEN: Displayed at the start of the driving session, and during restarts. This signals a clear track for driving activities to take place on.
YELLOW: Signals a caution, which indicates that drivers should slow down to a significantly reduced speed. Debris on the track or a stopped vehicle are typically the chief culprits for this flag.
RED: Signifies the race must be stopped immediately, regardless of the cars' position on the track. This is usually for safety reasons and must be adhered to without fault.
BLACK: Think of the black flag as the "consultation flag." Whichever driver is given the black flag must return to pit road immediately for counselling and advisement by Toronto Motorsports Park staff. Common examples include dropping debris on the track, dangerous or reckless driving, spinning out, or generally not adhering to the rules and regulations of the driving activity you are taking part in.
WHITE: Shown when the driving session has one lap remaining.
CHECKERED: This indicates that the driving session has concluded.