Vancouver Island Region Porsche Club Of America




VIR has historically put on one autocross event each year for the last few years.   This is a great way to try it out to see if you like it.  All you need is a helmet and a vehicle in good working order.  Watch for notice of an event in Porscher, on the Upcoming Events page, or in President's e-mails.

For members who would like to autocross more frequently to hone their skills, Victoria Motorsports Club hosts several autocross events each year.  Visit their website for information about the club, and an overview of their autocross program.

Autocross is also available at  Saratoga Motorsports Park, near Black Creek, between Courtenay and Campbell River.  



VIR typically hosts two Time, Speed, Distance rallies per year.  No special training or equipment is required, other than a cell phone and stopwatch.  Every participating car must have a driver and a navigator.  The rallies take place in different parts of the island, and on rural roads as much as possible. A floating trophy is presented each year to the team that has the overall best score from the two events.

Other types of rallies may be put on if there is interest and a willing organizer or co-organizer.  

Watch the website, Porscher and President's e-mails for notices of scheduled rallies.  

If you enjoy VIR's TSD rallies, and would like to rally more often, there are many other rally opportunities, such as:   BC TSD Rallies,  BC Classic Rallies and  WA/OR Rallies

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If there is enough member interest, VIR can book a full or half day at the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit near Duncan.  At these events, drivers receive some initial instruction to familiarize them with the track and the rules of use.  Additional instruction may be available through instructors guiding drivers while a passenger in the car.  Once familiar with the track, members have the option of driving open laps, or guided laps. The only requirements are a helmet that meets the track's specifications, and a technical inspection to confirm that the car is safe and in good working order. 

Other PCA Regions in BC also occasionally book track days at other tracks, and if space allows, may invite VIR members to participate.  Watch the web site, Porscher, and President's e-mails for notices about track days organized by VIR. Notices about space in other Region track days will most likely be provided through President's e-mails. 

VIR does not hold events where cars race against each other.  However, if you enjoy track days and want to get into wheel-to-wheel racing, there are opportunities through other clubs, or through Porsche Club Racing.

Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit near Duncan offers a variety of track experiences including high performance driver training, and open lapping.