The Moncton Motor Sport Club Inc. sanctioned by ASN Canada FIA and Atlantic Region Motor Sports will be hosting a two (2) day regional autoslalom event at the Slemon Park airport in Summerside, Prince Edward island August 4th – 6th, 2017. This event will consist of an autoslalom event on Saturday August 5th and a second autoslalom event on Sunday August 6th. Each autoslalom event will count towards the ARMS Autoslalom Championships. The cost for the weekend has been set at $100.00CAD before July 14th ($120.00CAD after July 14th, and $130.00CAD on-site). Registering three weeks prior to the event date includes entry for each days event, an event t-shirt, and a ticket for the Saturday night banquet. Trophies will be given out at the end of competition on Sunday. Awards for the will be based on the appropriate 2017 classing structure.
The site for the event used to be known as CFB Summerside and was made available to the town of Summerside when the base was decommissioned. Since that time the area has been developed as an industrial park and sports facility. Located on site are accommodations for almost 500 people, ranging from dorm style rooms, to private rooms, and housekeeping units, a restaurant, a lounge, and RV parking with water and electrical hookups. Also located on site are an indoor ice arena, and baseball diamonds. In past years anyone using the accommodations on site had access to these facilities.
The actual autoslalom courses will be run on the concrete apron and a portion of an inactive taxi way of the airport located here. During competition at the 2002 CNAC event, the site used an area of approximately 2000’+ X 400’+ giving an average course time of about 100 seconds on both courses.
If you are interested in participating in this event, please complete the online entry form found on this web site or print and complete the offline entry form. Forward your completed entry form, points modification schedule, with check to our club mailing address:
P.O. Box 422
Moncton, NB E1C 8L4
For U.S. entrants please enclose a check in the correct amount converted to US dollars which will be exchanged for Canadian dollars at registration.