The ASE Lapping Club (ASELC) offers several different track activities. Registration is now open for the 2017 Lapping Season! Click here
Monday Night Lapping
The main one activity is the Monday Night Lapping which is accessible to all drivers of different levels. The drivers are being monitored on and off the track to keep everyone safe on the Autodrome St-Eustache road course. New drivers are instructed by our experienced staff and will be signed off only when the head instructors feel that the driver has acquired the minimum knowledge of a good race line, good technique and that he or she can drive safely with other drivers. Our staff will always be available to help drivers improve and adapt their techniques and lines according to their vehicles, even after they have been signed off. For more information about Monday Night Lapping, Click Here
Lap N Learn
Throughout the year we also hold several full day track events known as Lap ‘N’ Learn days. These days offer the same training and track access as the Monday Night Lapping. For new members, it offers a more intense experience as your training progresses consistently during the course of the day. For experienced club members it gives them continued track time to hone their skills. A membership is not required for Lap ‘N’ Learn days.
Time Attack Championship
The ASELC also has a 5-round Time Attack Championship (timed laps). The event is run in different classes for FWD, AWD and RWD Drive Cars. Classes are divided by the times of tires they have. This makes it for a fun event for all. For more information about the ASE Time Attack Championship, Click Here
The ASELC also hosts several other track events; including track days at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park (formally Mosport International Raceway) and Calabogie Motorsports Park. We also host Autocross events, and have hosted major events in the past, including the 2010 Canadian Autocross Championships, and 2011 Inter-provincial Challenge. So don’t be shy, come and join the club that gives you the most seat time in Quebec.