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Snowman Rally - 20 Feb

First round of the Scottish Rally Championship.
Full details and electronic entry form  available at


Saltire Classic - 28 Feb

Saltire Classic Rally on Sunday, 28th February. Clubman Historic Road Rally Permit and, for cars not qualifying within Historic Regulations, a Clubman Targa Rally Permit. The event will Start and Finish at the Bridge of Tilt Hotel, Blair Atholl, PH18 5SU.
The entry list now open and closes on 20th February.
The entry fee is £115 per car and crew of two members.

Available via Dropbox

Available via google form

Events Calendar
This column will publicise other motorsport events around Scotland, and northern England. If you would like your event featured here then email details to
 Jim Paterson@btinternet.com

With 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 Form,  now.

Member of the NESCRO group of Car Clubs

SRC Bulletin 1 - amendment to the 2016 Regulations.

The on-line registration process for the 2016 Scottish Rally Championship has been up and running for a few weeks now, and so far it has been well used.  Please follow the link to use this service.

Please contact Alex Lindsay if you require a registration form sent by e-mail.

By registering online, this will save all the time of completing your registration in the queue after Snowman signing on.  It can get quite busy at times, so it would be far better to complete your entry using this system.  YOU KNOW IT MAKES SENSE.

PLEASE NOTE: Only competitors who have registered online will be able to collect  their car decals early Friday afternoon, before Snowman scrutineering.  if you have not completed your registration online, then you will have to wait in the queue to collect your car decals.

SRC 2016 Regulations            SRC Bulletin No 1

All the best for the coming season.  See you all in Inverness.


Alex Lindsay - SRC Coordinator - 07789 905100

The 2016 Border Counties Rally website now live - www.bordercountiesrally.co.uk
MSA launches online marshals' training and accreditation
Legendary co-driver Nicky Grist helped the Motor Sports Association (MSA) launch a new online training and accreditation scheme for rally and cross country marshals today at Autosport International.

The scheme is part of the RallyFuture campaign to further enhance safety on UK stage rallies. Its purpose is to ensure that all Rally marshals have a common understanding of their roles and responsibilities, the management of spectators and how to handle an incident. [Full Story]
Dare to be Different: Driving Female Talent
Susie Wolff and the Motor Sports Association – governing body of UK motorsport – have joined forces to launch Dare To Be Different, a high-profile new initiative that will inspire, connect and celebrate women who work in every aspect of motor sport.

Dare To Be Different is about increasing female participation, not just on the track but in all aspects of the sport and other perceived male-dominated industries. It will achieve this in two key areas – creating an expansive online community, and bringing young girls (aged 8-14) together with some of the sports’ most inspiring women in a series of special events. [Full Story]
MSA News - January  2016 Edition
We are pleased to bring you MSA News, January 2016.

Read the newsletter online, click here.
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SACC December  Newsletter 
The latest Scottish Association of Car Club's, of which HBCC is a member, newsletter is now available. Calendar of forthcoming events, news reports, GoMotorsport activities, Club and Marshalling News. 
                                      Download your copy here [SACC December Newsletter]

 Updated 7 February 2016
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