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BECC Early Winter Rally
the date: Border Ecosse Car Club will be Hosting the Annual Early
Winter 12 Car Navigational Rally on the 22nd of October 2016.
event starting in Duns will consist of a 65 mile route. The Regs &
entry form will be available soon, for further information contact
Garry Pearson @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
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origins going back to
1928, Hawick and Border Car Club provide a range of motor sport
activities across the border region. Autotest, navigational, classic
and stage rallies form the core events. If you would like to join the
club download an Application
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|HBCC Annual General Meeting - 24 October|
Hawick and Border Car Club Annual General Meeting will be held on
the eveniing of Monday 24 October, at
The Auld Cross Keys in Denholm, starting at 7.30pm
All club members are
invited, and encouraged to attend.
|Caledonian 200 - 19/20 November|
Regs out NOWCaledonian Classic and Historic Motor Sport Club (CCHMSC) Caledonian 200 is a full feature Road Rally with the emphasis on
high degrees of concentration and teamwork between driver and
navigator, ability to keep to a strict time schedule, navigating,
driving skill and physical stamina.
The rally will
midnight on the night of Saturday 19th November and finish at 0700 on
the morning of Sunday 20th November. There will be no rest halts. The
competitive element will consist of standard road sections timed to the
minute and standard road sections timed to the second. There will be a
strict timing schedule throughout. Regs Entry Form Details
|Border Counties Rally Launches 2017 Website|
new 2017 website for the Border Counties Rally is now on line. The
organising team are delighted to welcome back Brick & Steel as the
For 2017 the event is once again based in
Jedburgh, with the service area in Newtown St Boswells mart. All of the
stages will be based in the Border’s forest complexes. The
organisers are working with the Forestry Commission to develop
dedicated spectator locations.
Updated 22 September 2016