Bishan Motorsports Group (BMG) is an initiative spearheaded by a team of motor sports enthusiasts at the Bishan Community Club.
Since its inception in September 2011, BMG has been actively organizing events and engaging PMETs, youth, young families and adults in motor sports activities. These include the Prime Minister & PA award winning Singapore Night Race Carnival @ Bishan, Karting & NERF Shootout @ Bishan and many other motor sports events with our various corporate partners and sponsors.
The BMG committee envisions that through these refreshing and energizing motor sports events, enthusiasts, families, youths, and PMETs will come together to bond, build friendships, enhance community cohesiveness and racial harmony through social outreach engagements, and to increase the awareness and participation of motor sports events in Singapore heartlands.
The history of the Malaysia and Singapore Vintage Car Register (MSVCR) dates back to the days of Malaya, 1955. The Club’s mission is simply to encourage the use and preservation of period vehicles, with a myriad of motoring events on both sides of the Causeway. A founding member of FIVA, the Club has 350 members worldwide.
The NTU Motoring Club (NMC) promotes and encourages the passion of motorsports in the NTU community, cultivating the growth of interest through various motoring activities in the community. The NMC advocates strong exposure to motorsports and also upholds road safety at the same time. NMC currently consists of a strong membership of alumni and members.
Founded in 1993, the NUS Motoring Club believes in promoting a sustainable and popular youth motorsports and motoring culture in Singapore through the ideals of education, exposure and responsibility. We specialise in creating exposure of motorsports and automotive events for the NUS community and the youth at large. We believe that everyone should be exposed to safe and responsible motoring and motorsports at a young age as this will allow them to be confident and mature drivers and adults in the future.
The Traction Circle is the representation of the dynamic interaction between a vehicle’s tyre and the road surface. The Club was formed to enable the exploration and experience of this fundamental concept hence the incorporation of the diagram in our logo.
The Club was formed in 2002 for the purpose of promoting and improving the driving skills of driving enthusiasts. Registered officially with the Singapore Registry of Clubs and Societies, our activities center around driving – on kart tracks, country roads and race tracks. We do not exclude any marques, so feel free to join us.
Check our event calendar regularly for details of monthly events where you can explore the limits of your vehicle in safety.