About The Club

  • This is a High Performance Driving Club.  It is operated by 670761 NB Inc. All events are private; only open to members, officers of the club, officers of Moncton Motor Sport Club (MMSC) and event officials only.
  • Track days are high performance driving events. Limited Driver Training is also conducted at these events.
  • All events are non-competition events held on a purpose-built road course facility. Competition or racing of any kind is expressly forbidden at Club events.
  • The primary objective of each event is to develop and practice your car control and to enjoy the use of your performance car in a premium setting.
  • The Club is operated by 670761 NB Inc. under a marketing agreement with MMSC.
  • Moncton Motor Sport Club (MMSC) is a non-profit incorporated society, made up of people interested in motor sports. MMSC promotes and organizes several motor sport activities throughout the year.  MMSC is a Member Club (Owner) of Atlantic Motorsport Park.  MMSC is permitting the use of the MHPDC name.
  • The Atlantic Region Motor Sports Inc (ARMS) is the governing body of amateur motor sport within Atlantic Canada appointed by ASN Canada FIA, the National sporting authority of Canada. To be eligible for membership in the High Performance Driving Club, you must hold a current membership in a member club of ARMS (e.g. ASCC, NBSCC, MMSC, AMKA, BAC) or an ASN-affiliated club. For more information on ASN, ARMS and a list of clubs, visit the ARMS web site.  ARMS is not responsible for 670761NB Inc.
  •  All Maritime High Performance Driving Club events presented by 670761 NB Inc. are insured with one of the best insurance policies in the business.
  • Safety is important. The ASN Canada FIA & ARMS Lapping rules and regulations are the basis of the Club’s operations.   to ensure a safe and well run event.
  • The club provides a substantial lunch at the noon break along with some refreshments, e.g. coffee, water, juice, throughout the day. Please bring any additional snacks or special foods.
  • Members of the club from the previous year will be given preference to become members for the following year.
  • There will be no “rain dates” as we can’t control the weather. Rain days should be welcomed as days when the driving experience is enhanced. Speeds will be reduced. Instructors will be present to review and provide coaching for rainy days.
  • There will be no refunds if your schedule does not permit you to participate in  all the events. The club will have booked and committed to the track and staff (event director, instructors, marshals, etc.) for the day.
  • Members can attend or arrange additional events.
  • Upon acceptance as a club member, each member is required to sign the Club’s Waiver form which will be made available in advance.
  • At each event you attend, you must (a) sign the Stoneridge Specialty Insurance Waiver form, (b) complete and sign the MHPDC Vehicle Self Tech form for your car (these forms will be made available to members in advance), and (c) have a 10-point inspection of your car completed by a track official. Any guests must also sign the Waiver form.
  • Members are asked to arrive at each event by 8:45 am and file their Self Tech form and sign the insurance waiver for the day. A driver’s meeting will be at 9:15 AM and the first track session will begin at 9:30 AM. Vehicle inspections are held before the driver’s meeting. You may arrive later, however the you must still complete registration, tech inspection, and driver’s meeting before entering the track. There will be a lunch break around noon and driving will resume around 1:00 pm after the afternoon driver’s meeting. The last driving session will conclude at 4:00 pm. To improve the driving experience of the members and the running of the event, times may vary. Any changes will be communicated at the morning or afternoon driver’s meetings.
  • Track sessions are typically 30 minutes in duration. There are generally two run groups, an intermediate and advanced group. Depending on the drivers in attendance, the event director may decide to vary the session duration and groupings.
  • On your first event of the year, two (2) instructors will drive with you and classify you in either the intermediate or advanced group. As members progress through the year, they may be re-classified to the advanced group.
  • The club plans to have dedicated track marshals manning key flag stations. In the rare event of a staffing issue, you may be asked to assist and flag for a session (a great way to broaden your skill set by watching other drivers and instructors ‘using’ a corner!)