Toronto Motorsports Park


Toronto Motorsports Park is your one stop destination for Motorsports and Entertainment. The property is just under 400 acres and consists of a 3km Road Course. a quatre mile NHRA sanctioned Dragway, and a Motocross Track. Which all operate independently and simultaneously. The racing season runs yearly from the beginning of April to the middle of November.

Toronto Motorsports Park hosts major events, weekly race programs and open test sessions, training, unique racing experiences and corporate outings.

Our three on-track, behind-the-wheel experiences are designed and run by former professional race car driver and facility owner Uli Bieri.

Exotic Dream Car Experience
Rated one of the Best Hands-on Experiences in Canada!
Drive anyone of our exotic cars; LAMBORGHINI GALLARDO, FERRARI F430, Porsche TURBO, or Nissan GTR on a real RACE TRACK. Feel the adrenaline rush when you get behind the wheel of these powerful supercars. Cameras are mounted on all the vehicles to capture your Exotic Dream Car Experience from both the driver’s seat and from outside the car. And for the real thrill seekers; “HOT Laps” with Uli Bieri can also be purchased at the track

F-2000 Experience
DRIVE a F-2000 Race Car like the PROS! Take control of a single seated, open-wheeled F-2000 Formula racing machine on our challenging road course. No racing experience required. You will learn; principle of choosing the fastest line through a corner, braking and downshifting techniques, how to correct a potential spinout and high-speed car control.

Drag Racing Experience:
Drag racing is the FASTEST form of Motorsports. You watched it on TV and from the grandstands NOW is the time to try it yourself and feel the exhilarating thrill when you put your foot to the floor. Learn everything from safety and staging to acceleration. Then race side-by-side in a pro-style elimination competition until there is only one driver left – The Champion!!

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