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We want to invite you to the one and only Canadian stop on the SVTOA Regional On Track Tour for 2004. 4th Annual SVTOA Redline Rendezvous, Toronto Motorsports Park (formerly known as Cayuga) on July 23-25, 2004, presented by the SVTOA Eastern Canada Region together with both the Toronto and Eastern Ontario Chapters. Come join us and put your driving skills to the test.

For all the details about our event go to www.svtoaontrack.ca

Come out and join us.
 

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There are some other regional events in the US that are probably closer for you if you wanted to go and watch etc. go to www.svtoa.com and they are listed at the bottom of the page.
 

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Race or Show?

Just wondering, is this just for racing, or is this just for show, or is it only show? Cause if there is show involved, I'm there, but my car really isn't set up for any racing! LOL!
 

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It is really neither. Our events are set up to teach you how to drive your car safely to its limits and have fun. We are not racing. It is basically like a very advanced form of drivers school.
 

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Redline Rendezvous, July 23-25, 2005
Toronto, Canada

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

The Eastern Canada Region has some good news and some bad news about the upcoming Redline Rendezvous!!!!

First the bad news, due to circumstances beyond our control the Road Course at Toronto Motorsports Park has been shut down and it is uncertain as to when they will re-open for business.

NOW FOR THE GOOD NEWS, we have been able to secure another facility for our event for the same weekend. This new facility, Dunnville Autodrome is located approximately 15-20 minutes from Cayuga in the Town of Dunnville. I am sure you are saying, "I have never heard about it". Well it is a brand new facility located at the Dunnville Airport.

We will be one of the first groups to drive on this new 2.2 km 14 turn track. It promises to be very interesting and exciting. It will be a combination of a couple of high-speed straights with some nice sweeping turns and also some nice tights ones as well. This track is designed with all levels of skill in mind and some comparisons have been made to Shannonville. As information on this facility becomes available we will post same on our Redline Rendezvous website at www.svtoaontrack.ca

Unfortunately, this facility does not have a drag strip and therefore that portion of our event has been cancelled. If there is enough interest, we will put together a separate test and tune day for you at a future date. Just let Laura Querin know when you register at the hotel or on site that you would be interested in a test and tune date.

This track will still be a work-in-progress during our event, but they will more than be ready for us. This facility has the potential to become a great facility for organizations such as ours. Future plans include a driving school using Indy Lights cars for the training.

Just so you know, NOTHING ELSE WILL CHANGE OTHER THAN THE VENUE ITSELF. Out host hotel, dinner, and registration locations and times etc. will all remain the same. Everyone who has already registered will be contacted by SVTOA National and provided with all the new information.

If there is any doubt in your mind about this new venue, forget about it. This facility has everything that we need to host a great event and just think, you will also earn the bragging rights of saying that you were "one of the first" on this great new facility.

If you have any questions regarding this change, please feel free to contact me.

Laura Querin
[[email protected]][email protected][/email]
 
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