- How much does it cost to register?
- Why should I preregister?
- What is the price of entry into the park?
- Can we use drones for fun/media footage?
- Location & Directions
- Where in CTMP is the show?
- Can I camp?
- Is there food at the track?
- Are there hotels nearby?
- Are there restaurants nearby?
- Can I bring any type of vehicle?
- Can we walk around the paddock?
- What racing is going on?
- Where can we watch the racing?
- Is the show supporting any charitable group(s)?
How much does it cost to register?
Registration fee for 2017 is yet to be decided.
Why should I preregister?
The first 100 to register will receive a free show t-shirt. The first 100 to register for the Classic Show will receive a dash plaque. Preregistration will dictate which classes will be available.
What is the admission fee?
$15 per person, 16 and under are FREE and includes camping. Please keep your ticket on you at all times, especially for re-entry to the park. This fee is collected at the gate by Canadian Tire Motorsport Park and goes directly to CTMP and not to Canadian Automotive Expo or its staff.
Can we use drones for fun/media footage?
CTMP does not allow for any drones to be flown in the area of the park.
Location & Directions
Where in CTMP is the show?
Can I camp? (and where?)
Yes, camping is included in your gate admission. There are no reserved campsites for this event. Family camping is located on the West end of the park on the outside of the track. Most other green spaces are usable as campsites. Click the following image to get a fullsize map of the park.
CAN WE BRING OUR OWN FOOD AND DRINKS? Is there any food at the track?
You are permitted to bring your own food and drinks. For this event there will be one concession stand open in the pit area. We do encourage visitors to bring BBQs, food and refreshments. Ice is available at the concession stand.
Are there places to stay nearby if we don’t wish to camp?
What restaurants are nearby?
Can I bring any type of vehicle?
No, CTMP does not allow dirt bikes, 4 wheelers, golf carts or any unlicensed motor vehicles.
Can we walk around the paddock and look at racecars?
Yes, the paddock area is open access and you are able to get up close and personal with drivers and their cars. You’ll find many racers eager to discuss their mods but make sure to respect their space and equipment!
What racing is on track during the weekend?
The British Empire Motor Club is hosting their 62nd annual “Indian Summer Trophy Races” weekend on the Grand Prix circuit surrounding the CAE. There will be action on track all weekend long including GT1, GT2, GT3, GT4 and GT5, Formula Libre (“Run-What-Ya-Brung”), Vintage/Historic, Formula 1600 and others. Saturday includes a 3-hour endurance race to close out the day.
Where can we watch the racing?
From just about anywhere. Remember that motorsport IS DANGEROUS and to always obey the safety officials and stay on the spectator side of the fences and gates. At NO TIME should anybody cross the fencing into the race circuit area. Doing so will guarantee permanent explusion from the park at CTMP’s discretion.
Is the show supporting any charitable groups(s)?
Yes! We are proud to be supporting the Humane Society of Durham Region. Half of our 50/50 draw and ALL of our raffle draw proceeds will be donated to the HSDR!