The Motor Club has purchased a car to allow Club Members to compete on events organised by the Club Car.
Event Regulations will detail the availability and usage cost.
It is intended that the Club Car is available to enable newcomers to each discipline the chance to experience driving, before moving onto purchasing their own vehicle for future Championship Events. The Club Car is not available on a continual basis.
As a guide, additional cost for usage: -
Autotest - £25.00, a maximum of 4 drivers
Autosolo - £35.00, a maximum of 2 drivers
Now is the time to get your car out and drive it on a real competition. A Navigational Exercise is being organized on August 2nd and as it seems unlikely that real rallying will start up again any time soon it will be included in the Road Rally Championship for Drivers and Navigators.
There will be no marshals and instructions will be sent out, and answers returned by e- mail. Download the regulations now and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your entry. There is no entry fee but it will be limited to 12 cars.
Are you any good at navigating, well this is your chance to prove it.
The Sixty and Worcestershire Motor Club Ltd. will organise a clubmans permit Production Car Trial on 16th August 2020 at Much Marcle, Herefordshire. map ref: 149/649310
The programme of the meeting will be:-
Scrutineering starts at 10.00 a. m.
First car starts at approx. 11.00 a. m.
The entry list opens with the publication of these regulations and closes on Thursday August 13th 2020. The entry fee is £15-00. All entries must be made on the official entry form and accompanied by the appropriate fee
The event will be open to all fully elected members of the organising club & clubs affiliated to Cotswold Motor Sport Group (CMSG)
The Club Regulations detail instructions issued in relation COVID-19, from the Motorsports UK publication 'Getting Back On Track'.
Sixty and Worcestershire Motor Club regret to announce the Eventsigns Woodpecker Stages Rally, scheduled to run on 5th September 2020 will not go ahead due to uncertainties surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic.
The Ludlow based event is a qualifying round of a host of national championships including the MRF Tyres BTRDA Rally Series, Pirelli Motorsport UK Welsh Rally Championship and Seacon UK English Rally Championship and is regarded as one of the most popular events on the British rallying calendar.
The event organising team have been closely monitoring the Covid-19 situation and had been in the advanced stages of planning for the event, with many tasks completed by officials from home due to the restrictions on travel and movements in Wales.
However, following the latest advice from the Welsh and UK Government and Motorsport UK, the sport’s governing body, the event committee has further reviewed the situation going forward.
With the sport posing a challenge when adhering to social distancing guidelines, and with the uncertainty of any other restrictions like access to forestry and venues, the decision has been made to cancel the rally for 2020.
Clerk of the Course Graham Hopewell said “It’s certainly with a heavy heart that Sixty and Worcestershire Motor Club have to announce that the Eventsigns Woodpecker Stages Rally will not run this year.
“We have always said, that we would only proceed with this year’s event if, before the middle of July, we could be confident that the Covid risk had passed and we could be certain of running with no risk of cancellation, and with no risk to the health of competitors organisers and the local communities.
Although we are not quite at the middle of July, it has become increasingly evident that we are not going to be in that position, it is therefore with regret that we have reluctantly decided that we cannot proceed with the 2020 Woodpecker and will instead look forward to a stronger return in 2021. We would like to thank our sponsor Eventsigns for their unrivalled support, our partners and Championships for their understanding and we look forward to seeing everyone in Ludlow next year”.
Organisers have issued a provisional date of Saturday 4th September 2021 for next year’s running of the rally.