DE Dates

DRIVER EDUCATION EVENT – SEASON 2019

On a going forward basis, D.E. dates will be published directly in the calendar and will include the link to register on Clubegistration.net

You can use the date selectors to move back and forth.

This post is here for convenience following the migration to our new website.

 

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4-May-2019 Ground School Theory

The objective is to cover the theory and provide a place where the drivers can exchange their experiences.Where is it: The 2019 ground school theory session will be held at Porsche Prestige at 9:00

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The Ottawa Ground school theory class will be held on ……  at the Synergy Data center,
21 Thurston drive unit 17, Ottawa

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5 May-2019 Ground School Practice

Basic Driver Training at Autodrome St Eustache – no need to have a Porsche for this event only.

Click here to register for this event : Registration
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20-21 May-2019

Driver’s Ed at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant

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17-18 June-2019

Driver’s Ed at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant

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8-9 July. 2019

Drivers Ed at Calabogie Motorsport Park

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22-23 July-2019

Driver’s Ed at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant

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23-25 Aug.-2019

Driver’s Ed at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant

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16-17 Sept. 2019

Driver’s Ed at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant

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Updated DE Safety rules

Hello fellow Rennsport track addicts

PCA has updated the DE safety rules effective January 1, 2019. The specific rule change only affects DE participants that use harnesses during DE sessions. Starting January 1, 2019 DE 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 DE’s.

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