In celebration of the soft opening of the Villa Eyrie Resort mid September 2016, we would like to introduce you to an incredible limited time special.
Vancouver Island Motorsport Resort
While high performance vehicles are very popular and profitable for car companies, the downside is you can’t drive them on public roads the way they were built to run. The Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit was designed not for racing, but for the purpose of ensuring our roads are safer. Find out how.
Since the announcement of the reopening of the Villa Eyrie Resort, formerly known as the Aerie Resort, there have been countless inquiries regarding the theme of the property and whether or not the resort would be open to the public. We are happy to confirm and assure you that the resort will indeed be open for all guests to enjoy.
This past Saturday July 16, 2016, marked another milestone at the Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit, where for the very first time and two months prior to the grand opening of the Villa Eyrie Resort, were we able to live the life of am exclusive member in its final form.
Max is one of the most versatile and accomplished race drivers in the world, a consummate professional who through his career combined natural talent, lots of hard work, focus, and sheer determination to win as he climbed over each step, surpassing his limits and building an impressive résumé in the process.
Grand Prix World Champion Kevin Schwantz raced only one way — he raced to win. When he made his move for a pass, the world held its breath.
With the help and support of people like Tony who have been so great in helping us setup our future member days, we are confident our members will be impressed. Thank you Tony and we look forward to working with you and the Morrisport Advanced Driving team.
High-performance driving devotees have a new mecca with this month’s opening of the Vancouver Island Motorsport…
A gifted young pilot with amazing car control
Last Monday’s grand opening of Vancouver Island Motorsport Circuit signalled the start of what track operations manager Brent Evans hopes will be “prosperity for years to come” in terms of economic spinoffs.