Are you interested in seeing what your car can do?
Are you interested in seeing what YOU
The MCO Advanced Driving School is designed to give you a solid foundation in general high performance driving.NOTE: THE COURSE FORMAT THIS YEAR WILL BE AS IT WAS IN 2008 AND EARLIER.
The course is one day in length with both out-of-car sessions where basics like safety, driver positioning, vehicle dynamics, and driving lines are discussed and then put into practice.
With a limited number of spaces set to ensure that every student receives a wealth of personalized feedback and maximum seat time, this school always sells-out quickly, so don't miss your opportunity.Course Dates & Locations
May 19th 07:30 - 16:30
Location: Lot #9 Scotiabank PlaceCost:
MCO members: $96.05 incl. HST non-MCO members: $124.30 incl. HSTRegistration MeterHow to Register:
Registration will be handled through Karelo.com and its secure payment system, which accepts major credit cards.Registration opens at 7PM on May 9th here: http://www.karelo.com/register.php?BID= ... 10#Ev12090
Registration closes at noon on May 18th.FAQ:1. Can anyone participate? What if I've never done anything like this?
Anyone who is 18 years old; has a full driver's license, insurance; and a vehicle in sound working condition may participate. This course is designed around beginners so don't be afraid if this is your first foray into high performance driver education.2. Do I need a sports car for this?
Most definitely not! Our school is open to all types of vehicles from family station wagons, to common compacts, to high powered exotics. The only exceptions are vehicles with roll-over risks such as SUVs, trucks, and mini-vans, which we generally do not accept. For the same reason, Smart Cars are generally not permitted. If in doubt, please post here or contact 'Alf' by private message.3. Who will be instructing?
Our volunteer instructors are MCo veterans with proven track records as competitors and as instructors. They typically have championships under their belts, years of experience as instructors, and experience in a wide range of cars.4. Does this happen rain or dry?
While driving is usually more fun under sunny skies, rain does happen so we run, wet or dry. Take some comfort that students will tend to be warm and dry in their cars all day, unlike those making the school happen.