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|High Tea - Sunday 2 December|
open and arriving for the annual club end of season high tea,l once
again at the Royal George Hotel in Perth, beside the River
you would like to join the crews for a meal and chat with your
fellow club members then please drop Jim Paterson an email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details. A menu will then be sent out for you to choose from. We gather from 3pm onwards.
|Classic Vehicle Private Viewing - 18 November |
club visit to the classic car viewing at Perth Airport, arranged by the
Rotary Club of Blairgowrie attracted over 200 members from CCHMSC and
other car clubs across Scotland.
Over 200 classic cars, many with provenance were on display. Included in the visit was a visit to the Aero
Club with 90 aircraft, many historic on display, some flying when we
visited. Finally we saw the Air Service Training hangar, where they
teach students from across the world how to repair aircraft engines, both piston and jet turbines. Full Story Full Details
|CLOSED-ROAD MOTORSPORT IN SCOTLAND|
The MSA issued a news release
on Tuesday 6, following a meeting last week. The news is positive and,
while I understand that everyone is impatient to see the Jim Clark and
Mull rallies running again as soon as possible, we should understand
that this process is moving forward, hopefully towards the result we
want to achieve.
We will keep you informed as much as possible but in the meantime, here is th elatest news release.
Peter Weall. Chairman SAMSC
|130 GIRLS GET ON TRACK SILVERSTONE|
MSA and Dare to be Different (D2BD) got 130 girls behind the wheel at
Silverstone yesterday (28 October) as part of the FIA’s Girls on Track,
an international initiative aiming to promote and develop young women
The girls, aged 13 to 18, had registered online
for the free opportunity, with all available places filling up in just
three days after a surge of interest. Full Story
|Monte Historique Clydebank Start - 30 January|
IIt's confirmed - the UK start for the 2019 event will be CLYDEBANK.
world-famous event will see dozens of classic vehicles flagged off from
Aurora Avenue in the town. The cars will set off through the streets of
Clydebank on Wednesday, 30 January, as they begin their 1,500 mile dash
to Monaco, in the South of France.
It is the second time the town
has hosted the prestigious race, with over 14,000 people turning out to
watch the event when it started in Clydebank in 2012. Full details and Regs
|MSA Extra - October
edition of the MSA Newsletter with all the latest news and features
from the MSA.
newsletter online, or download pdf copy
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].
join the club,
download an application form and send
Updated 20 November