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Old 08-27-2019, 09:03 PM   #1
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September 8th Sunday@ Cayuga 5pm - 9pm! 2019 Touge.ca 20+ track event!!

Hello all friends and drivers,


We're starting to build a drivers list for the Cayuga track event signup on the September 8th Sunday.

We have the track on Sunday from 5pm - 9pm



A little background -

Cayuga Toronto Motorsports Park. Located in Cayuga, just south of Hamilton, Ontario, this developing Motorsport complex can be configured as two smaller circuits of 1.2 and 1.8 km each or one large 3 km road course. We will use the 3 km circuit. The paved surface is a safe, flat design with good run-off room (no barriers or guardrails) and excellent sight-lines. The course has ample straights, challenging large and small chicanes, tight 90 degree and sweeping high speed turns. A truly good technical course.

It is a great learning track with two long straights, 11 challenging turns, safe run-off everywhere, and a separate area for exercises.

We usually have a briefing prior to getting out on the track, followed by a few warm up laps, then lapping for the rest of the day. "Lapping" refers to just that, doing laps. For beginners group, Passing is STRICTLY prohibited except on the back straight, and only when the person in front of you has allowed you by by signaling you to pass. We reserve all rights to kick people off the track that are driving dangerously and/or aren't listening to track marshalls.

All those interested in attending this track day on September 8th

Please Email me your info below with Email address & contact phone number.

Full Name:
Car make, model, year, color:
Cell#/Home#/Emergency Contacts:
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First time / Novice / Intermediate / Advanced:
Need an instructor?
Email address:

For first time / beginners who needs an instructor, email "info@Touge.ca" with your registration above.

The instructor will be with you in the car the whole time in the event on the track until you are signed off to go onto the track alone.

Helmets are strongly recommended for safety reasons, you will have to sign a disclaimer at the track, for those who do not wear helmet and not following our lapping rules, the participants take full responsibility for their action. (if you have helmets, it won't hurt to bring them up).

Note: Helmets are MANDATORY for convertibles.

Format: Two groups - Advance and Novice

- Advance group drivers will be starting at the beginning, 25 to 30mins each session, turnover to Novice group drivers. No lunch or dinner breaks in between. All drivers must follow facility and our track rules, passing rules, marshall workers' flaggings and instructions.

- Passing rules, point by passing / signal the faster driver to the side for passing.

- Advance group - faster drivers passing anywhere on the track with given signal by the slower drivers, No Signal No Passing!

- Novice group - faster drivers only passing on the straights with given signal by the slower drivers, no apex/corner passing. No Signal No Passing!

Kindly visit www.Touge.ca for all details.

All those interested please email me & sign up asap. We want to build a list and collect the track fee as soon as we can.

** Payment/Deposit**
Prepay - before August 30th Friday 11:59pm: $99

After August 30th Friday 11:59pm or At the track: $140 CAD cash only

Please contact Kevin if you want to meet up to pay for the track fee in GTA.

Whoever wants to pay the track fee by Email money Transfer, kindly contact Kevin (416-5649999) or email info@Touge.ca for instruction.

The Track is about 1 hour and 15 mins drive from Toronto.
























































































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Old 08-29-2019, 01:03 PM   #2
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Any noobs care to share their first time experience? i.e when to arrive, What to bring, how long are the breaks vs actual track time etc.
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Any noobs care to share their first time experience? i.e when to arrive, What to bring, how long are the breaks vs actual track time etc.
Noobs with them? Or noobs to track days in general?
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Noobs with them? Or noobs to track days in general?
This would be my first track day, I am asking anyone that has done this recently as their first event to share their experience. Sorry for the lack if clarity.
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This would be my first track day, I am asking anyone that has done this recently as their first event to share their experience. Sorry for the lack if clarity.
Well not specifically with them, but I have done with two other groups so far, both times I opted for an instructor despite where I or others may think my skill level is at. If at all possible, I recommend getting an instructor so you don't over drive and they can identify and notify you of your mistakes.

If you opt against an instructor, I would take things slow and very slowly ramp up(this is important for you and the car IMO). Possibly try to sit in with a charitable advanced driver who is willing to share some knowledge as well.

There is a lot of information you will be missing that is taught to you and you will literally be "street" driving while others may have experience at a track with an instructor, even just one day with an instructor would make a massive difference.

This track is also very simple(flat), but you can get some pretty high speeds on the straights. For reference, as a beginner and first time track driver, I was able to hit around 180-190 on the wall straight. So respect the wall, and be mindful of your speeds.

I'm no professional driver, advanced driver, or racer; but what I'm try to advise should hopefully keep you driving smart. If you're feeling over pressured or like the dudes breathing up your ass are too much, because let's face it, you're going to be slow.. slow down, pit, and get back on when you're feeling you can drive again and there is space.
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For reference, as a beginner and first time track driver, I was able to hit around 180-190 on the wall straight.
FI? Or different car?
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Thank you Jordanwolf, that is very helpful. I don't think I will be going getting near 180 or 190 like yours. My car only has 205 hp.

Can you share the itinerary/format they usually run? Split into 2 groups, and each group runs for 25-30 minutes and then switch? How early did you show up and what do you usually bring?
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Thank you Jordanwolf, that is very helpful. I don't think I will be going getting near 180 or 190 like yours. My car only has 205 hp.

Can you share the itinerary/format they usually run? Split into 2 groups, and each group runs for 25-30 minutes and then switch? How early did you show up and what do you usually bring?
I am not familiar with the group at all, so can't help you there, just be on time, listen to whatever instruction, and empty out all loose things plus bring some water.
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