Members - 2019
the March 2019 AGM a new Constitution was agreed by the membership at
the meeting. This now updates the 'Committee' to a Management Board'.
The following table lists all the Board Directors & their
Constitution Available to download here
Paterson – (Board Member, Chairperson, Webmaster and eNewsletter Editor)
Continuing the position after taking on the role in 2011, Jim hopes to
continue the clubs vision of providing interesting and
exciting events for the Classic Car owner and enthusiast. Jim continues
as website designer and publisher, keeping you up to date with what is
happening. The club
e-newsletter, continues to be delivered to some 800 email addresses.
Club membership secretary, and when not busy doing all this Jim can be
found working on his sons Austin Healey Sprite, or using it on events.
Likes taking the Classic on foreign tours, and dreaming up new
Spence – (Board Member).
Re-elected to the committee after organising and helping with many
events in 2011. Dave has
spent many years organising events and competing with the Highland Car
Club. In the past year he
has brought a wealth of new ideas to the club. Dave is working
with Jim to develop the Trans Italia 2013. By profession
Dave was a roads engineer until he retired recently to devote himself
full time to organising rallies. The new classic Capri that Dave
has been working on is hopefully to see the light of day this year
following much restoration and improvement work
Roddie Main – (Board Member). Another Inverness man, and Highland Car Club member and organiser. Roddie
is often seen crewing with Dave Spence on local and european tours. A
great man to have around if odd noises start appearing from your
classic as his mechanical skills usuaully find the problem quickly.
Roddie joins the committee this year and I'm sure he will bring
his organisational skills to identify great routes for classic tours.
Tom Niven – (Board Member).
Tom has been a club member for many years and enters many of the events
throughout the year, often in his MGB. Tom brings a wealth of business
and local knowledge to the committee. His long motorsporting past
should be of great help in organising entertaining and exciting
George Shand – (Board Member).
George joined the committee at the 2016 AGM and has long been
interested in classic motoring, having taken part in many CCHMSC and
other club events. George brings experience of organising events,
which he did as a member in 2015 for the club. He is also a dab
hand at restoring and fettling the
older cars that we all enjoy.
Ralph Forbes – (Board Member & Treasurer).
Ralph also joined the committee at the 2013 AGM, but has
been involved with the committee during the monte 2013 organisation.
With a wealth of competition behind him, having done more Monte
Historiques than some of us have had hot dinners, Ralph knows a good
rally car when he see's one, and how to prepare them for tough rallies.
Small cars seem to be his favourite for dashing up snow covered alps,
with Fiat and Lancia being a particular favourite. Tapping into
this knowledge can only help the club when it comes to organising
something a bit more ambitious.
Roger Fry – (Board Member & Secretary). Roger
brings his accountancy skills to the role of treasurer . He is also a
keen classic car enthusiast and assists with the running of club
events. Roger hopes to ring out his classic on one of our events in the summer.
Ron Adam – (Board Member).
Ron has been a member of the club for many years, and is a keen classic
car enthusiast, entering and organising many of your club events. We
have seen Ron in a number of classic's including an MGB/GT that he
rebuilt and used both here and on trips to the continent. Currently
sporting a frisky BMW Z3, he can be seen crossing the highways and
byways across Scotland on club events. Ron brings his experience to the
committee to help with oranisation and new ideas for club events.
John Stuart - (Board Member).
John has a long history in rallying, with stage events being his
favourite type."If your not going flat out, your not trying hard
enough" is one of his favourite calls. As well as the Scottish, and
many events across the UK, john has more recently taken to th eroads of
Spain for the Rally Costa Brava. Initially in his Austin A40, h emoved
up to an Autobianchi, though the A40 always got a smile if only that
you never see one rallying in Spain. John brings a lot of good ideas to
the committee from his wealth of rallying experiences.
Anderson – (Board Member). Long time member, having setup the club, bringing Classic motorsport
events to enthusiasts at
Constitution Available to download here