Sneak Peek 2020 events
long awaited sneak peek of the club's 2020 calendar is over.
Checkout what your club has in the classic car touring calendar for next year.
A first glimpse, and we are working on more new events for you to enjoy.
it Day - 19 April 2020
Entry List now open
Rotary Club of Blairgowrie is preparing its fourth Drive-it-Day and the
date is Sunday 19th April 2020, a week after Easter.
to 100 classic cars will assemble at Blairgowrie Golf Club before a
spectacular drive along quiet East of Scotland roads with glorious
scenery. The route will take you through Fife to St Andrews
with a lunch stop at Craigsanquhar Hotel, Logie . Then through Kinross,
Glendevon, the Sma’Glen and Aberfeldy finishing in
Pitlochry’s Atholl Palace Hotel for high tea, auction, raffle
and prize giving.
Entries may be submitted NOW .Entry Form
New Competition License
may be starting to plan your events for the 2020 season, so we need to
advise you of a number of changes to competitor licences that
will affect entry to competitive events in 2020.
passengers previously using their local club membership card alone will
now need the new RS Clubman Licence along with their local club
membership card. This only applies to Motorsport UK grass roots events
run on a Clubman permit. The new RS Clubman licence is FREE
your entering Clubman status Autotests, Trials, Road Rallies and Cross
Country events it will be essential that you apply for an RS Clubman
CCHMSC Tours run under a Certificate of Exemption and you do not require an RS Clubman License to enter
publicise other classic car events around Scotland. If you would like
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See also the NESCRO website
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|Le JoG visit Rest and be Thankful - 9 December|
At the hairpin - Photo courtesy Andy ThomlinsonThe HERO Lands End to John O' Groats (Le JoG) event entered Scotland on Monday 9 December,
to be greeted by blue skies and sunshine. Following a visit to
Kames for a test, the 70 plus crews headed to Loch Lomond Shores for
another test before their coffee / lunch stop at the Inn on Loch
Lomond. Fully Refreshed they headed over Glen Douglas to Loch Long,
Arrochar, and the Rest and be Thankful, for a regularity up the
hillclimb. We met them there with a host of CCHMSC members turning out
to wave them on their way northward to Killin, Kyle of Lochalsh and up
to John O' Groats.
High Tea - Sunday 1 December
Over 50 members turned out for the end of year high tea at the Royal George
Hotel in Perth on the afternoon of Sunday 1st December. The traditional
Scottish High Tea of a main meal was followed by scones, cakes and the
biggest meringues on the planert, all made in house by the resident
Before tucking in to our meal we saw a video roundup of the
2019 events that members and the club had been involved in, followed by
the sneak peek at our 2020 calendar
|Classic and Historic Car Display opens in Dundee |
member and organiser Ron Adam, has pulled together a selection of
eight exceptional classic cars from around Fife, Kinross, Angus,
Perthshire and Stirling, for a display at the Dundee Transport Museum,
where he is also a regular volunteer.
On show include a 1969
Ford Escort Mk1, 1976 Triumph TR7, 1978 TR8, 1973 Saab 96,
1971 MGB/GT, 1973 Ford Capri 3000GT, Austin A35, and a
1956 Standard Pennant. The Austin and Standard Monte Carlo provenance,
having entered previous Monte Classique Rallies starting from
The display will be open to visitors
every Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 10.30am to 3.30pm. An early
Christmas treat for all classic car enthusiasts.
Dundee Museum of Transport, Unit 10 Market Mews, Market Street, Dundee, DD1 3LA
T 01382 455196, E email@example.com, www.dmoft.co.uk
Photo courtesy Dundee Courier
Fiat 128SL Coupé - Monte Ready|
- 2 August
day of fun in a field testing the drivers skill and car
craft. Some new tests and activities in a larger field, thanks to
Club member car as
seen on tours across Scotland, and driven on Monte Carlo Historique.
Fully prepared and ready to go for all you Monte enthusiasts.
for the event, at a good price. Full
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
it off [Member
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