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With two decades of professional international racecar driving under his belt—he was Canadian Endurance Champion in 1985 and 1986 and competed in the Rothmans-Porsche Turbo Cup Series in the 1990s—Mr. Uli Bieri sought a means to safely share motorsports with other enthusiasts. In 1997, he found it in the form of Cayuga Dragway Park, a former airstrip built in 1955. He purchased the land, and over the years added a 3-kilometre road course that could be reconfigured for drivers of different skill levels . He constructed the tracks with a strong focus on safety, keeping the ground flat and providing ample runoff area. In 2001, he renamed the two tracks Toronto Motorsports Park, providing a venue for amateur racers to compete, practice, and engage in instructional programs on a real road-racing circuit.
Today the two tracks are used to provide both education and entertainment for the motorsports community.