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November 21  issue
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Classic High Tea - 5 Dec

Annual get together of club members and enthusiasts for  a pre-Christmas high tea at the Royal George Hotel in Perth.
We gather from 3.00pm onwards. Put the date in your diary.  Let Jim Paterson know if you want to join the event

jim.paterson@btinternet.com




Sneak Peek 2022 


Our pre-view peek at next years events. For 2022 we bring you a selection of tours and the return of the Gymkahana , not seen for a few years. We hope there is something for you to enjoy in your classic or sporting car next year.  

Wheels and Tyres for Winter

Wheels with winter tyres keep us moving during the cold and winter days. See our selection of tyres and alloy wheels from one of our long standing members.

As always a bargain price if you call in quick.



Features


HBCC Hangover Returns:
Autotest and Autosolo - Sunday 2 January 2022


After an extended 'sabatical' Hawick and Border Car Club are pleased to announce the return of the Hangover, this year in both Autotest and Autosolo formats.

The event will take place at Stobbs Camp, just outside Hawick, on Sunday 2 January.
 

Online entry form links included in the Regs.  [more]



Sunday Worship
2 January 2022
(Includes New Year Road Run)

Bill Telford opener for the new year

Entrants to this new event will be set off on a 60 mile scenic loop through the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park which will then return them to the start location where hot food and refreshments will be served.ear 


Full details plus information on how to enter your car can be found via this link:-


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
Grand Caledonian Tour - 25 September to 9 October  
Tales of  the Tour  (The Full Story available Now)


John Stuart 1975 Alpine and Owler 1971 model take centre stage
Read our full story from start to finish. The places visited and the sights seen.
Check out the dyastages below and experience the trip of our 'local hero's'
End of Season High Tea - Sunday 5 December

Restarting our annual get together of club members and enthusiasts for  a pre-Christmas high tea at the Royal George Hotel in Perth. Having missed out last year due to that unmentionable virus, we hope to return this event to end the 2021 calendar, fingers crossed!.

We will be following all the current procedures at the event, but most of us will be well used to the hospitality rules in bar and restaurants by now. I'm sure most, if not all members are now 'double jabbed'.

We gather from 3.00pm onwards. Put the date in your diary.  Let Jim Paterson know if you want to join the event  jim.paterson@btinternet.com

Sneak Peek 2022 

Our pre-view peek at next years events. For 2022 we bring you a selection of tours and the return of the Gymkahana , not seen for a few years. We hope there is something for you to enjoy in your classic or sporting car next year.  
Grand Caledonian Tour - 25 September to 9 October  
Tales of  the Tour  
(The Full Story available Now)

John Stuart 1975 Alpine and Owler 1971 model take centre stage
The crews have completed the inaugural Grand Caledonian Tour, the club's first 'round Scotland tour.  Despite the fuel shortage 'panic buying', the crews arrived ready to start their 15 day tour of Scotland visiting the all 4 points of the compass. 

The sun broke through and the temperature rose as the crews gathered at Dobbies Eskbank for the start of the Grand Caledonian Tour on Saturday 25 September. It is a thrill to see the famous Renault Alpine A110 at any event, but we were treated to not one but two members fronting up the departures, Andy Owler in his yellow 1971 model, and John Stuart in his red 1975 version.


Clark Quattro and Bartniczek Alfa line up to depart

Crews gathering

Crews gathering

Richard Spalding in Healey 3000

Campbell Bristol 412
The tour  visited  Highland, Lowland, mountains, glens, coasts and islands. Fabulous scenery, and fantastic roads.

CCHMSC  AGM - 16 September 2021
The Annual General Meeting of the Caledonian Classic and Historic Motor Sport Club Ltd took place on Thursday 16 September 2021 at the Royal George Hotel, Perth. The reports of activities over the past year were presented. Despite the pandemic the club had created a number of 'virtual' events which were well supported by members entries. The financial report and accounts were also accepted, and the election of Club Directors agreed. A discussion over the 2022 events calendar concluded the meeting. Latest Board of Club Directors    Full Agenda HERE
HCC Crofterra gets of to a great start -  Saturday 11 September

A wave from first car away
Some 60 plus classic, and sporting cars got safely away from Fairways at Inverness on their two day tour of the Scottish highlands.
Red Hackle Tour - Sunday 15 August  2021  Full Story


A dry start beckoned well for the 40 starters to the first post Covid club event of 2021.

With each starter being Piped away by our two pipers put a spring into all our steps.

Soon the clouds cleared to provide a sunfilled 140 mile drive across many little known roads across the counties of Perth and Kinross, and Angus.

Outstanding views and tight traffic clear roads abounded as we could see the River Tay to the south and the Grampian mountains to the north.

With a lunch stop to catch up with fellow classic car crews and even a stopover for an ice cream, before crossing a ford on the homeward leg proved a real winner.

Starting and finishing at the Black Watch museum at Balhousie Castle in Perth proved yet again a great venue for this event.


Revolution: The Future of Scrutineering - November Issue


Enjoy all this and the latest news from the motorsport community in this month’s edition.
https://revolution.motorsportuk.org/

Welcome to the CCHMSC website. The club runs rallies and tours for historic and sporting cars of all types. You don't need to have a Classic or historic car to join the club. We have plenty of drivers looking for navigators, and marshals are always in demand. [more].

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