Welcome to the Island Dwarf Car Club!
Our IDCC Annual General Meeting will be held on Oct 28, 2017 at the Sawmill Tap House event room located at 3055 Oak Street in Chemainus followed by our IDCC 2017 Awards Banquet. The doors will open at 2:30PM for the AGM being called to order at 3:00 PM with the banquet doors opening at 5:00 pm and dinner at 6:00 PM. Cost for the banquet will be $36.50 per person. To reserve your seat and meal at the banquet, you must have your payment to one of the following IDCC members:
***We MUST receive your payment by Oct 17 at the latest as we need to give the Sawmill Tap House our final numbers.***
Annual General Meeting (AGM):
Find attached the minutes from our last IDCC meeting held on Feb 25, 2017. We will not be reading the previous meetings minutes at this AGM, we will just be asking for approval of the minutes. Please review the minutes prior to the meeting, and if you have any concerns, there will be an opportunity to raise them when they are voted on for approval.
- Approval of previous meeting minutes
- Treasurer’s report
- Proposal for new voting system for this and all future Club meetings
- Rules discussion including engine rule
- Election of Directors, Secretary and Treasurer for the 2018 season
Looking forward to seeing everyone at the banquet. For those that did not have a chance to buy an IDCC T-shirt this season, we will have some available at the banquet for $20.00 each.
Island Dwarf Car Club Directors.
We have also created an email account for the Club firstname.lastname@example.org for those that do not use FaceBook.
We offer an affordable form of racing to any and all Vancouver Island residents, whether you’re an experienced racer or someone trying it out for the first time. Most Saturday nights you can find us racing at either Western Speedway (in Victoria) or Saratoga Speedway (in Campbell River.)
Dwarf Cars are unlike any other form of racing. They are open wheeled, quick and twitchy little machines capable of running more than 100 mph (160 km/h) on the straightaways. Due to their small size, they are able to run three and four wide on a regular track which leads to some incredibly exciting racing, especially when you consider that their weight to horsepower ratio is greater than even a full sized late model stock car!
For anyone interested in getting involved (or even if you just have a question for us) please check out our Facebook page or come out to the track and talk to us in the pits after racing is finished!