Welcome to Rennsport Region of the Porsche Club of America. Rennsport operates in EasternOntario and all of Quebec, within PCA Zone 1. Our club is for Porsche enthusiasts who enjoy spending their leisure time with others that share the same passion. We host a number of driving tours, track-oriented driver education activities and social events, to name a few. We welcome non-members to our Monthly dinners – come out and see if the club is for you.
We invite you to browse our site and learn more about our club. If you join PCA and live within our region, you’ll become part of the Rennsport family. We hope you’ll join the club!
On a cold sunny February Saturday, a group of intrepid Rennsport members went for a driving tour of the Lanark area west of Ottawa and stopped for a bite of lunch in the picturesque village of Calabogie. This time it was “winter beaters” but we’ll soon have our P-cars out for a new driving season!
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Hello Rennsport ADE (Advanced Driving Education) enthusiasts.
Your ADE team has been hard at work finalizing our 2024 season. We are pleased to announce the 2024 ADE dates for Le Circuit Mont Tremblant, Calabogie and the Rennsport ground school. Please reserve these dates in your calendars.
We anticipate opening registration in www.clubregistration.net in late March.
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Rennsport ADE team
Happy New Year
20 & 21 May: Mon/Tues Le Circuit Mont Tremblant
24 & 25 June: Mon/Tues Le Circuit Mont Tremblant
25 & 26 July: Thu/Fri. Calabogie Motorsport Park
23, 24 & 25 August: Fri./Sat./Sun. Le Circuit Mont Tremblant
23 & 24 Sept : Mon/Tues Le Circuit Mont Tremblant
Registration details to follow
Hello fellow Rennsport track addicts
PCA has updated the ADE safety rules effective January 1, 2019. The specific rule change only affects ADE participants that use harnesses during ADE sessions. Starting January 1, 2019 ADE participants using multi-point harness systems will be required to utilize a head and neck restraint (HNR) system, commonly referred to as a HANS device. The HNR must meet the standards of either SFI 38.1 or FIA 8858. This rule applies to all PCA Regional ADE’s.
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