Race Lab returns to action at the Millhaven Quarry (near the federal penitentiary) after a delayed event this winter at the Crazy Farm. Demaras Racing will be at the track this afternoon, with Daniel getting driver training from 2017 Canadian Rally Champion “Crazy Leo” Urlichich, 

Millhaven Quarry is Race Lab’s most advanced mixed surface closed course training facility available to general public.

The course makes use of the gravel and asphalt roads that wind themselves down into and out of the base of the quarry. Drivers get to experience a huge rush as they go over the elevation changes in and out of the quarry.

The asphalt back straight provides a very important braking section as it leads into a gravel hairpin corner. This is the perfect place for drivers to test their limits as there is ample runoff space. The wide-open space of the lower quarry allows for ample configurations varying from tight and technical to fast and flowing.

The large area of the quarry can be configured into both large and small gravel skid pads, ideal for slalom, obstacle avoidance, braking and other drills. In a longer configuration, rally prepared vehicles can use these challenging roads for testing!

Demaras Racing’s WRB Bugeye will sit this one out, with Daniel and Chris driving Can-Jam prepared Subaru rally cars. It will be the first time since February 2022 that Demaras Racing steps off the race track and explores the world of rally driving.

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