Destination Porsche is here on 27-29 September and we need your help.
The final races of the 2019 Porsche GT3 Challenge Cup Canada will be at Le Circuit Mont -Tremblant that weekend and Porsche Cars Canada, with the help of PCA regions across the country, has organized a weekend of activities called Destination Porsche so that Porsche owners will be at the centre of the action.
A large section of the spectator area, that we are calling the Coral, has been reserved for us to park our Porsches. The full reserved area includes the paddock for all of the GT3 Challenge race teams and a display of the classic Porsches that have been restored by 12 of the Porsche Centres across Canada.
We are looking for volunteers to ensure the success of this event. You must be available for a minimum of four hours per day, Friday, Saturday and/or Sunday. As a thank you for your support, Porsche Canada and Rennsport offers; a free entrance ticket to the races, reserved Porsche parking and based on availability volunteers shirts. Please contact Bruno Bastien firstname.lastname@example.org or Michael Delaney email@example.com to confirm your availability before September 19th.
Rennsport members wishing to attend the event but cannot volunteer please take note; we are currently in discussions with Le Circuit management in order to obtain a potential discount for event tickets. Please stay tuned for more details.
We are organizing a special picnic run to Mont Tremblant, on Saturday, 24 August, 2019, where participants will have a chance to drive on the track with their Porsches. There is a Rennsport Drivers Ed event that weekend and during their lunch break, we will have the chance to drive on the track to do a few parade laps (max 100kph) following a guide vehicle. Helmets will not be necessary.
For the Ottawa members
We will be leaving from the McDonald in Gatineau on Monté Paiement at 9:30AM to drive to Tim Hortons on Montee Ryan in Tremblant where we will meet up with the members from Montreal.
11:30 departure for Tremblant race track
For the Montreal members
Please be in the parking lot next to the Tim Hortons on Monté Ryan in Tremblant by 11:00 AM
11:30 Departure for Tremblant race track.
Don’t forget blanket/chairs and your picnic
We should arrive around 11:45. We will go on the track at 12:20 and have a picnic, after at about 1:30.
Cost: A donation of $20.00 or more going towards a charity that Rennsport supports.
Le souper de Montréal de retour sur la rive sud
Le souper de Montréal a lieu ce mois-ci au réputé restaurant THE KEG ST-BRUNO
Veuillez confirmer votre présence avant mardi midi à Robert Oligny à firstname.lastname@example.org ou 514-714-7832
The monthly Montreal dinner is back on the south shore
For the month of July, the Montreal monthly dinner will be held at THE KEG ST-BRUNO
To help coordinate with the restaurant please send an e-mail to Robert Oligny at: email@example.com or phone 514-714-7832 if you plan on attending.
Apéro à 18h00 et souper vers 19h00.
The Montreal dinner is moving to Laval on June 11, 2019.
For the month of June Montreal area monthly dinner will be held at the Tire-Buchon Bistro Parisien, 2930 av Pierre-Péladeau, Laval, Qc H7T 3B3. Cocktails will be at 18:00 and dinner at 19:00. To help coordinate with restaurant please send an e-mail to Robert Oligny at: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 514-714-783 if you plan on attending.
Where : We will visit Bleu Lavande (Stanstead) – “The Essence of the Eastern Townships “
When : Saturday July 19, 2019
Cost of package: $30 each. including entry fee, lunch, guided tour plus a gift valued at $20/couple
Limit : 40 people MAX – See calendar for registration
Continue reading “Bleu Lavande – Day’s Schedule for 2019-07-13 Visit”
Join us on Sunday May 5th at 11:30 for our 2019 season kickoff for a Brunch at the Chateau Montebello.
Please RSVP to Bruno via email, email@example.com with the number of persons before April 21st 2019.
Cost; $46.00 per person + taxes and service ($60.82 including taxes)
We will have a special parking for our Porsche and a tent for socialising before and after the brunch.
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.
Continue reading “Updated DE Safety rules”