September 21 issue
Cóte de Tay - 31 October
Event run by our friends at Ecosse Rally Drivers club.
event is open to all motorsport and car enthusiasts and will take the
form of a daytime Tour, starting late morning and finishing around 4pm.
The route will circumnavigate the River Tay, starting and
finishin at Broxden Services, Perth, taking in rally routes of the
2 January 2022
(Includes New Year Road Run)
Telford opener for the new year
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
Full details plus information on how to enter your car can be found via this link:-
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|Grand Caledonian Tour -
25 September to 9 October Sets Off|
Stuart 1975 Alpine and Owler 1971 model take centre stageTHe 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.
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.
The tour visited Highland,
Lowland, mountains, glens, coasts and islands. Fabulous scenery,
and fantastic roads.
Clark Quattro and Bartniczek Alfa line up to depart
Richard Spalding in Healey 3000
Campbell Bristol 412
CCHMSC AGM - 16 September 2021
Annual General Meeting of the Caledonian
Classic and Historic Motor Sport Club Ltd took place on Thursday
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
|HCC Crofterra gets of to a great start - Saturday 11 September|
A wave from first car awaySome
60 plus classic, and sporting cars got safely away from Fairways
at Inverness on their two day tour of the Scottish highlands.
|Blairgowrie Classic Car Tour:Drive it Day - Sunday 22 August|
80 classic and supercars assembled at Blairgowrie Golf Club for the 2021
'Drive it Day, delayed by pandemic from April. We headed south into
Fife, along the south side of the Tay, making our way to the picnic
lunch stop in St. Andrews. From there it was west through Fife to
Kinross, Crieff, north to Aberfeldy to our finish at the Atholl Palace
hotel in Pitlochry. A great meal was followed by a raffle and auction.
The event raised £27000 for the headline charities, Bowel Cancer UK,
and Alzheimer Scotland.
|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.
the clouds cleared to provide a sunfilled 140 mile drive across many
little known roads across the counties of Perth and Kinross, and Angus.
views and tight traffic clear roads abounded as we could see the River
Tay to the south and the Grampian mountains to the north.
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.
and finishing at the Black Watch museum at Balhousie Castle
in Perth proved yet again a great venue for this event.
Lochs Classic - Sunday 8 August|
starters started from the Morris Equestrian Centre at Fenwick for this
years event. The sunny start soon turned into thundery showers as the
crews headed north west. Despite this unwelcome deluge the crews
progressed into calmer weather to enjoy a drive round this amazing part
of Scotland. Full story and pictures
|Revolution: Extending your season - October Issue|
Enjoy all this and the latest news from the motorsport community in this month’s edition.
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
the club. We have plenty of drivers looking for navigators, and
marshals are always in demand. [more].
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