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If you are at the show - check them out!The Canadian Motorsport Academy is excited to share we will have a booth at this year’s Motorama - Custom Cars and Motorsports Expo at The International Centre from March 8-10th 2024!

📍We will be in booth #3302 from open to close each day!

Come meet some of our team and find out more about the Academy! Think you have what it takes? Interested in a career in motorsports? You could be our next Academy Member!

Registration is open and will be open all throughout the show! Link in bio and below 🔗

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If you are at the show - check them out!

MEET THE CMA TEAM! Today we introduce to you our President/CEO Alastair Taylor! A bit about Alastair below:

Alastair has been a successful serial entrepreneur for over 40 years, having started, run, and successfully sold businesses in the digital marketing, advertising, sales promotion, publishing, and online media segments. He has experience in a full spectrum of management, consulting, business start-up and supporting roles.

In the early 80’s Alastair was a leader in the motorsport community in Ontario. As a participant in semi-pro Formula Ford racing – partnering with Scott Goodyear, he was a front running competitor and the most successful driver in bringing major sponsorship to the sport with his key partner – Konar Corporation.

Alastair was also the President of the British Automobile Racing Club (BARC) at that time and one of the chief race organizers of the Molson Indy from its inception. In addition to his roles in administration and volunteer recruitment, he was also the clubs key liaison with the media.

Throughout the years, Alastair has maintained his connection with motorsport, both as a fan, supporter, participant, and mentor to young up-and-coming talents. In 2022 he started Road to Success Management (RSM), a business focused on supporting the marketing needs of young up and coming Canadian drivers.

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