About this event
Join COMSCC for a driver school and time-trial track event at historic Circuit Mont-Tremblant. Come and enjoy this storied and challenging 15 turn, 2.65 mile road course and experience COM's unique blend of camaraderie, sportsmanship and spirit of competition. We welcome drivers of all abilities and cars of all makes and levels of modification are allowed - safety rules apply. COMSCC has the highest quality track time and instruction anywhere.
Day one is an HPDE school day. Day two is the Time Trial day with practice sessions in the morning and the competition in the afternoon...followed by open track time. If you've never run a time trial with COM you owe it to yourself to indulge in this form of competition - the focus will help you elevate your skills quickly. Our points-based car classification system will fit your car into one of our 9 Touring classes for street cars, or one of our 6 Super classes for more modified or purebred race cars.
To ensure the health and safety of all participants and staff we will comply with all Canadian Public Health Services, Province of Quebec Public Health Department, local and venue-specific health requirements.
There will be a pot-luck style dinner and cocktail social after the track closes on day one. More details to follow.
COMSCC limits the participants registering for each event, causing most events to fill prior to the published Closing Date so be sure to register early ensure you get a spot in this event.
See you at the track!
This event is open to all drivers age 18 and older with a valid driver's license. If you are not a member of COMSCC a current Annual Membership will be included as part of your registration.
The sound limit at Le Circuit Mont-Tremblant is 92db. This is strictly enforced.
You will need to know your class before registering. Refer to the rules, and be sure to use the classification tool to prepare and submit your car's classification. See the rules here: https://www.comscc.org/rules/. If you need help classing your car, please select the "help me class my car" option in the dropdown menu and we will be in touch to guide you through the classification worksheet.
For up-to-date information about track logistics please visit the COMSCC Event info forum: https://forums.comscc.org/viewforum.php?f=10&sid=aa09bb60347537547f4c7776b041ac6d .
If you are trailering to the event, having car ownership documentation and a hardcopy list of items in/on your trailer can be helpful at the border.