AFRA presents the Atlantic Track Addicts Club




The Atlantic Formula Racing Association is pleased to present the Atlantic Track Addicts Club (ATAC).

ATAC (pronounced "Attack") is Atlantic Canada's newest lapping group, designed to provide lappers and racers with optimized track time at Atlantic Motorsport Park (AMP). Run by the Atlantic Formula Racing Association (AFRA), ATAC will maximize your time on the track with guaranteed weekend/holiday dates, and exclusive run groups. Each ATAC Track day will be run by a dedicated and experienced Track Director, with track marshals, a medical rescue team, and ASN Canada FIA track insurance.


For more information on ATAC please click here.




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2014 Season Information

In 2014 The Atlantic Formula Racing Association will be participating in a number of ARMS TRAC Racing events as well as hosting 5 Track Days (Lapping Days) and 2 Track Schools. Please see the links above for details & dates.

Special thanks go out to the Atlantic Race Team (ART) who, in an effort to revitalize open-wheel racing, have started a racing academy series where the onus is on the driver and not the car. All drivers will be given equal settings, mechanics, engineering/coaching, and, above all, an environment that is centered around learning.

Please see the link below for more information:
http://atlanticracingteam.com/academy/intro.html




To join the Atlantic Formula Racing Association please click here


Who we are...

The Atlantic Formula Racing Association (AFRA) was formed in 1992 by a group of Formula 1600 racers and others dedicated to the advancement of Formula Car racing in the Atlantic region.

In 1992, AFRA organized a racing series for Formula 1600 race cars, known as the Atlantic Formula 1600 Championship Series or Atlantic F1600 Championship Series.

Since that time, AFRA has organized an annual racing series for Formula race cars, with races being held at the 2.575 km, 11-turn road circuit at Atlantic Motorsport Park near Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia.

In 1997, the Atlantic Formula Racing Association incorporated as a non-profit association under the societies act of Nova Scotia and will continue to organize racing for Formula 1600 race cars.

Formula racing is considered an excellent training ground for competitors interested in pursuing a career in professional motor racing, with many drivers who got their start in the formula going on to the top echelons of motor racing, such as Formula 1, Indy Car and Formula Atlantic.more ...

Atlantic Motorsport Park

Atlantic Motorsport Park, Shubenacadie, Nova Scotia was built in 1974. Occupying a 377 acre site, it is a 2.5km (1.6 mile) 11 turn road circuit. It has been a regular host for a variety of regional and national motorsports events on both two and four wheels. It is located approximately 40-50 minutes North of Halifax, Nova Scotia just outside of the town of Shubenacadie. more ...












































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