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Features

Sunday Worship 2 October


Bill Telford's next Sunday Worship is on Sunday 2 October once again at the  The But & Ben, Main Street, Croftamie, G63 0EU.
The event is for owners of classic, sports, super, hyper, prestige and performance cars only who would like to meet with other like minded owners, take some breakfast and share stories and talk about their cars.
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Classic Events
This column will publicise other classic car events around Scotland. If you would like your event featured here then email details to
 events@caledonianmsc.com

See also the NESCRO website

Peter Humphrey's Triumph TR6
CCHMSC visit M-Sport  - Thursday 6 October


Still time to join our visit to M-Sport
Back in 2019 we arranged a visit to M-Sport
at their Dovenby Hall workshops in Cockermouth, to see how they build WRC winning cars.

With the many changes to the WRC specification, ,e.g. hybrid cars, plus the new test track we are organising a new visit, timed to hopefully see some of the WRC cars being prepared for their next WRC rally event.

The tours now start at 5.30pm, lasting approx 2 hours. We need a minimum of 10, maximum of 20 entries to make the visit work. Cost is £40 per person, all entry fees going to M-Sport.    

If you are interested in joining this tour please reply to organiser Jim Paterson  (jim.paterson@btinternet.com)
 
More on M-Sport  https://www.m-sport.co.uk/
Dave's Dales Moors and Forest - 17 & 18 September
The crews lined up at Gretna Green Outlet Village to sign on, refresh themselves at Costa Coffee ready for the first day of some 195 miles into the North of England.

With the border only yards away they were soon in England. The route headed south east through Weardale and on to the Cleveland Hills on the way to the overnight at Harrogate.

The second day, Sunday 18th, a shorter route at 125 miles ,headed west into the Yorkshire Dales toward the Forest of Bowland, A return into the Yorkshire Dales passed through Wensleydale  (Famous for its cheese and Wallace and Grommit fame). Reaching Cumbria heading north the crews arrived at their destination in Penrith, where the local Golf Course put on an excellent finishers meal.
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Museum Tour – 24 July.  

Line-up on track at the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford
This new event is based on visits to classic car and motorsporting museums started off under sun filled skies at the Dundee Museum of Transport on Sunday 24 July. The route headed north into the Scottish highlands. Though we experienced a few heavy showers most of the soft tops managed to keep tops down most of the time.

A call in at the Grampian Transport Museum in Alford for lunch and a walk round the exhibits allowed the crews to swap stories and see the development of transport from horse power, steam, petrol, diesel, electric and autonomous motoring. Our second leg headed south toward Edzell, with a sting in the tail that caught us all out.
 
RSAC Three Lochs Classic  21 August


Around 50 Veteran, Vintage & Classic cars turned out for  the
RSAC Motorsport Three  Lochs Run on Sunday 21st August.

This year was the 20th running of the Three Lochs, and returned to the Royal Northern & Clyde Yacht Club in Rhu, Helensburgh, where the first Three Lochs was held in 2002.

The new routes offerd a run up the old Military Road  at the Rest and Be Thankful.  

Once again there was a short route suitable for cars in the Veteran Class and any others who may prefer it, and a long route for everyone else

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Enjoy all this and the latest news from the motorsport community in this month’s edition.

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