Great Glen Rally
Car Club have published the revised Regs for the new date of the
event. The route will be of approximately 120 miles taking in a minimum
of 10 special tests and a minimum of 2 regularity sections. The route
will roughly follow the Great Glen via Spean Bridge, Invergarry,
Ceannacnoc, Invermoriston to the lunch halt at Fort Augustus.
Thereafter it will follow the south side of Loch Ness, via White
Bridge, Foyers, Farr, Tomatin, Carrbridge, Aviemore to the finish at
Cairngorm. Regs Entry
Colin McRae Forest Stages 4th October
Counter in the ARR Craib Scottish rally championship
Counter in the Mintex MSA British Historic Rally Championship
Starts and finishes in the Perthshire town of Aberfeldy.
45 competitive miles through the classic stages of Craigvinean and Errochty
Marshals Wanted. Contact
Chief Marshal: Graeme Sheridan 07769 69630
NESCRO 2014 Calendar
Events in the 2014 North of England and
Scotland Classic Rallying Organisation Calendar are now available here
publicise other motorsport events around Scotland, and northern
England. If you would like your event featured here then email details
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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|SACC Autotest - 14 September|
Scottish Association of Car Clubs annual autotest will be run by East
Ayrshire Car Club at Kames Motorsport Complex on Sunday 14th September.
is a multi permit event and includes an: autotest, autosolo and a
production car autotest so there is something for every driver and
every car. Event supplementary regulations and entry form can be found
expecting entries from all over Scotland, including some current
British Championship drivers so even if you don’t want to compete
it should be a great spectacle. As always the café will be open,
providing both hot and cold snacks and drinks.
|SACC Appoints its First President - July 2014|
Cleland has been appointed the first President of the Scottish
Association of Car Clubs (SACC). The twice British Touring Car Champion
will assume his new role with immediate effect. [Full Story]
|August 2014 Edition|
MSA News, August 2014.
Among the contents this
month you will find:
• Lewis Hamilton and Sky Sports F1 judge MSA road safety competition
• Closed roads legislation tabled
• Huge entry and great racing at MSA Kartmasters GP
• Top UK rally drivers on the Road to Wales
• Minimum age for drivers reduced to 15 in certain circumstances.
To read the
newsletter online, please click here.
print-friendly PDF version that you can save to your computer,
please click here
Updated 31 August 2014