by Lori Straus With the sun finally shining and the snow melting away in many parts of Ontario, auto show season is around the corner. In this blog post, we’ll highlight a few of our favourite automotive events so you can start planning your calendar. Cobble Beach Concours d’Elegance “Concours d’elegance” is French for “competition... Read More.
by Lori Straus If you’ve been trying to buy a new car lately, you may have noticed a delay in delivery. That’s due to a shortage in semiconductor microchips. These components run everything from a vehicle’s infotainment system to its brakes, power steering, and sensors. In this blog post, we’ll quickly outline how the chip... Read More.
There’s no doubt the main headline in the COVID-19 pandemic is the disease’s potential to cause serious illness and death among those who contract it. But running a close second is the coronavirus outbreak’s effect on the economy. There are few industries that are not suffering financially, and when businesses fall on hard times, so... Read More.
By Lori Straus Ice racing is exactly what it says: car racing on a track of ice. The Ontario finals take place every year starting in January in Minden, Ontario. Approximately 100 racers come out each weekend for a six-weekend stretch and compete in several classes. The CASC makes it easy for anyone interested in... Read More.
By Lori Straus The Canadian International AutoShow, aka the Toronto AutoShow, attracts 360,000 people annually to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. With over 650,000 ft.² of exhibits, displays, and attractions, the show includes 1,000+ cars, trucks, SUVs, concept cars, exotics, classics, muscle cars, fully electric, and autonomous vehicles. The auto show runs from February 14th-23rd,... Read More.
Barrie Thunder Classics Cruise Nights is run by the Barrie Thunder Classics Car Club. The cruise nights take place in Heritage Park at the waterfront every Wednesday from 6 p.m. until dusk.... Read More.
ImportFest is coming back to Toronto this Saturday, July 27, 2019. Taking up over 185,000 sq ft at its usual home in the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, ImportFest says it has now become Canada’s largest aftermarket trade show.... Read More.
The Yorkville show will separate the 110+ cars into corrals, mostly by marque: Ferrari, Porsche (two corrals), Morgan, Aston Martin, and Lamborghini. The other corrals mix marques: supercar, modified, American, and open class.... Read More.
The 2019 Canadian International AutoShow, commonly called the Toronto auto show, opens to the public Friday, February 15. Known for showcasing the latest and greatest developments in the auto industry, the Toronto auto show also brings in some historic, classic vehicles.... Read More.