Terry Epp

Competitor / Builder / Significant Contributor


Terry Epp started his involvement with rally as a navigator/co-driver in 1967 and competed for 35 years, highlighted by winning the 1986 Canadian Rally Championship for co-drivers and the North American Rally Cup for the 2WD co-driver championship.


Most of his 55 years in the sport was also in a leadership role as a club president, the Ontario Rally Director for CASC-OR, the national rally director for both CASC and CARS, the national series manager for CARS and as a director of ASN Canada FIA for over thirty years responsible for both Canadian rally and solosport activities.


He oversaw the transition from navigational rallies (which still continue) to performance rallies that evolved into stage rallies. His focus for safety standard improvements was continuous throughout the years as well as the welfare of the Canadian Rally Championship (*est 1957).


He also helped bring rally racing to national television on TSN and RDS (30 years and continuing). He retired from the sport at the end of 2022.