It's up and running! We now have both Roadster and Model S charging stations at Calabogie Motorsports Park. Big thanks to Tesla Motors for donating the charging stations. Tonight I charged my Roadster at the track for the first time. Gobs of power - 248V! This means 17 kW for Roadsters and nearly 20 kW for Model S. Sweet! This makes it really easy to drive the Calabogie track. The circuit is 100A, so it's set up so you can switch on one station or the other as needed. The stations are right beside the gas pumps, as it happens. They will be charging a modest fee for using the station. They are talking about $20 per track day. Seems reasonable! Still a lot cheaper than gas. The event I was at has a 15 minute warm-up session at the beginning, with full course caution so no passing. They were nice enough to let me run with the top down during that time, so I could grab some decent video. Here's a couple of laps, taking the straights easy but having a little fun in the corners, also showing the track to a beginner (I'm now an instructor). Afterwards one of the organizers was saying that if we could get enough Teslas, we could have an evening session 7 pm to 10 pm. Normally the track is closed because of sound regulations, but our cars don't make any. At first I thought they were joking, but it sounds like maybe not! Huge thanks to Tesla Motors and Calabogie Motorsports for making this happen!