Driver Training

Take the fast path to your racing career! SCCBC’s race driver training course is the best available in Western Canada and will put you on the road to becoming a fully qualified and licensed race driver. Our summer driver training session scheduled for June 17, 24-25 is now full. Our next driver training session will be in April 2018. Visit our schedule page for more information.

Next Race

A fabulous 2017 SCCBC race season is nearing its completion. SCCBC’s seventh and last race will be held on October 14-15 at River’s Edge Road Course at Mission Raceway (drivers register here). Gather your family and friends and join us at the track to close out a memorable season of wheel-to-wheel racing. For more information, see our schedule page.

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03 Oct

SCCBC’s Collin Jackson Makes History with 4 for 4 at SCCA Runoffs

SCCBC’s Collin Jackson Makes History with 4 for 4 at SCCA Runoffs

“69 drivers have entered once and won their races. Five drivers have entered twice and won twice. Just two drivers, Skip Barber and David Vegher, have entered three times and won all three. Now Collin Jackson is the only driver … Read More

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08 Sep

2017 SCCBC Awards Banquet Announced

2017 SCCBC Awards Banquet Announced

The Sports Car Club of BC will be hosting its annual Awards Banquet on Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the Coast Hotel and Convention Centre, 20393 Fraser Highway, Langley. Cocktails begin at 5:00 pm with dinner served at 6:00 pm. … Read More

05 Sep

Tesler-Mabe Scores at Historic 2017 CTCC

Tesler-Mabe Scores at Historic 2017 CTCC

After 2 years away from racing, and after overcoming a serious health challenge in 2015, Carlos Tesler-Mabe made a comeback in motorsport racing at the Canadian Touring Car Championship. SCCBC’s Tesler-Mabe recorded a second place finish in Touring Class at … Read More

05 Sep

Keith Robinson, Formula Ford and the Brickyard

Keith Robinson, Formula Ford and the Brickyard

Few motorsport racers will ever get the opportunity to run at the legendary Indianapolis Motor Speedway, home of the Indianapolis 500. Local racer and long-time SCCBC member Keith Robinson wasn’t about to pass up on his chance. On June 7-11, … Read More

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