We are very happy to be offering both our originally planned June Advanced Driving School and date adjusted BMW CCA Race School events on June 5-7th at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP). It has been a long wait but CTMP and Trillium are allowed to host these events with some necessary precautions to ensure our safety. The following forms are required for participation. Please 1) Prepare you tech form by getting your car checked out by a certified mechanic, 2) Download, print, sign, and bring your waiver (or waivers for family/crew) to the track.
Please click here to use our new registration portal to register for events at Mosport, Calabogie, Pittsburgh, and CAA Centre including the Advanced Driving School, Race School, and Street Survival School. The Event Portal page displays both the status of events and links for registration for all 2020 Driving School Events.
We hope that you're enjoying the latest issue of BimmerLife magazine. Inside each issue you'll find stories about events, members, and cars from each chapter in the BMW CCA.For Trillium's spread in the next issue of BimmerLife magazine we are planning the following features, and we want to hear from you!
Your BMW could be featured in the next issue of BimmerLife We want to know what's in your garage! Send us some photos (300 DPI minimum) and tell us about your beloved BMW.
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Trillium and Allegheny Chapters of BMW CCA will be hosting a Advanced Driving School (ADS) and BMW CCA Club Racing Time Trials at Pittsburgh International Race Complex (PIRC) starting on Monday, September 14 To Wednesday the 16th, 2020. This is a “weekday” event.
You are invited to attend! Take a lap of the track: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kTgkbZ_ZJ40&feature=youtu.be
Effective June 3, 2019, BMW Group Canada will offer a Membership Reward Rebate Programme for Trillium Chapter members based on Canadian eligibility criteria, with graduated rebate values similar to the U.S. programme. The Terms and Conditions, and rebate allowances are as follows:
Terms and Conditions:
All participants in Trillium BMW Club driving schools and racing schools must bring a completed tech inspection form to each event. After inspection, it must be filled and signed by a provincially licensed mechanic or equivalent in the US.
Any garage with a licensed mechanic can perform these inspections. Fees for the inspection vary by garage.
Using Gmail as your e-mail account when communicating with the club? That's great, a lot of our members do. But please note that Gmail will occasionally tend to place e-mail into the Spam folder or on the Promotions or Social tab. If you have been looking for mail from the club in your Gmail account, please be sure to check
As of 2017 (TBA 2018), the minimum standard for accepted helmets at BMW Club of Canada, Trillium Chapter driving events will be SA2010. Since SA2020 helmets do not become available until the end of the year, this is the final year we will accept SA2010 helmets. Please do not confuse M20XX with SA20XX. M is for 'M'otorcyle, not 'M'otorsport. We do not accept motorcycle (i.e. M-rated) helmets. For more information on helmet standards, please see the web site of the Snell Memorial Foundation at http://www.smf.org/stds.