NOTICE: PMSC Rally Sprint event this Fall


Your club is in the process of organizing an event at Burnt River for November 11th. There are many pieces that need to be collected and fitted together;  venue route(s), costs, entry fees, etc…etc…etc. before we can say too much more, but it looks like it will be a Rally Sprint event of 40km. Watch this website and Facebook Page  for further info in days, weeks and months to come.


REMINDER: Two mid-summer events coming up in the next few days.

Mid-Summer Solo Auto-Cross on Sunday, July 23 at Kawartha Speedway. reg at 8:30. Walk-through around 10:00. Cost: $20 members/$30 non-members.

4th Annual PMSC GPS fun rally on Wednesday evening, July 26th. S/F at Marty Moo’s Chicken and Ribs, Keene Road just south of Hwy 7/Lansdowne East. reg 5:30pm. First car 6:00pm.
Compact route of about 50kmh (1+hour). Find your way to turns, landmarks and DIY CPs using GPS coordinates. No entry fee. Dinner after and Prizes for all.

Please let me know if you are coming so I can have route books & cards printed, prizes collected and letting the restaurant know how many to expect.

June Events UPDATE

Two June Events for PMSC


June 15, 2017:

Set aside Sunday June 18th for the PMSC annual Speed Weekend Solo (autoslalom). 

 Why not spend a few hours on Father’s Day and enjoy a half dozen runs proving your driving skills on the parking lot tarmac at Kawartha Speedway?

Registration opens at 8:30am and the first runs will take place a little after 10:00 am.

Entry fee is $20 for members and $30 for non-members.

Contact Travis Grubb at:

On Wednesday evening, June 28, the club will hold its annual Poker Rally organized by Alain Cabardos.

 Meet at St Louis Bar & Grill parking lot on Lansdowne Street West  at 5:45pm. Car “0” leaves at 6:15pm.   The 53km route is 95% pavement.

If you plan to attend, let Alain know ASAP.  If you wish to stick around for dinner, let him know that too so he can tee up the restaurant.

 Entry is FREE.

There will be prizes for the best hands and draw prizes after the event.

Contact Alain at:


Spring Run Off Rally a Success

Cobourg, April 29th, 2017 – A good turnout for the 2017 edition of the PMSC Spring Run Off Rally on Saturday.   Sixteen entries including two teams from Michigan and one entry with a German visitor in a lovely VW Westphaila (with German license plates).

The MLRC wife-husband team of Jane and Bruce Leonard topped the Expert Class with a mere 3.0 penalties over the 17 checkpoints. Gary Neil and Murray Dammeier  of KWRC clocked in second while Gord Olmstead and Phil Hooper of KWRC finished third.   PMSC entry Chris Johnson and his navi, Brandon Pace of KWRC wound up  sixth after missing the sixth checkpoint on-route.

Torry Skurski and Chris Holland of KWRC won the Novice Class.

There was also one “Touring Class” competitor, our German friends, Devin Busch and Ryan Barrett.

Fifteen of the entries finished the 200km route with one car suffering damage in a traffic accident.

The Spring Run Off Rally was the fourth event of the 2017 Ontario Road Rally Championship season. The next rally in the series will be May 20th with the  Blossom Rally in Kitchener.

Spring Competition Starts with Cob Web Solo

The Peterborough Motor Sports Club (PMSC) gets rolling into spring on Sunday, April 23rd.

The green flag drops  with the club’s annual Cobweb Solo at Kawartha Speedway in Fraserville.  Drivers must negotiate a twisting pylon course while being electronically timed.

Entry fee is $20 for PMSC members and $30 for non-members.

Registration opens at 8:30 am with a walk-through at 10:00 am. The first of five or six runs of the course will follow depending on weather.

Any car that is in safe condition is eligible to enter.  Loaner helmets are available.

For more information on the autoslalom contact Travis Grubb: or


37th Spring Run Off Rally, April 29th

The 37th edition of the Peterborough Motor Sports Club’s Spring Run Off Rally  will start and finish in Cobourg on Saturday, April 29th.

Organizers “Team Cabardos” promise a challenging 200 kilometre run on public roads in Northumberland County and environs for the fourth event in the 2017 Ontario Road Rally Championship. (ORRC)

The rally will start and finish at Boston Pizza, 1111 Elgin Street West (CR 2), in Cobourg.  Access from Hwy 401 is by Exit 472 (Burnham Street – Southbound). Turn right at Elgin (CR 2).

Registration opens at 9:00 am with “Car 0” away at 11:00 am.

There will be three levels of instructions including a Touring Class for those new to the sport who would enjoy very simple instructions which will not be part of the ORRC competition.

The ORRC competitors will have both easier Novice and very challenging Expert route book instructions.

Cost per car is $45.   $25 for Touring Class entries.

For more information contact: