Calendar of events for 2019, for the club.
Hopefully you will find all or some of the events a
good reason to get your classic on the road and see a bit of Scotland.and beyond.
Full details and
Regs etc for CCHMSC events will appear closer to the time of each event. Keep looking at
this website for more information.
We will also list other club and classic events and shows as we hear about them.
Penty to choose from for classic motoring.
If you would like to join the Club download the
application form now.
| 2019 Events
is listed the latest view of the 2019 events calendar, for
your club. Some
dates may change
as more information is obtained but a good start to plan your classic
mortoring diary for next year. |
|Border Reivers - 7 April|
year we took you back to Roman times with the tour along Hadrian's
wall. This year we continue our journey back in time taking you across
the area frequented by the marauding Border Reivers in the 13th
We will drive some little-known roads that explore the
Scottish Borders from west to east, broadly following the Tweed
watershed, passing along and across some old “drove roads”. Club
members and organisers Ranald Bruce and Louise Wall use their
knowledge of their once home area to create this great route, which
includes a few surprises
|The Red Hackle Tour - 5 May|
tribute tour to the Black Watch returns to their homeland Perthshire
and surrounding counties. Organiser George Shand has been seeking
out more new roads heading out of the start at Perth into new
territory. Challenging roads and spectacular scenery are the trademark
of this event and the 2019 route will be no exception.
NEW for 2019
|Hills Dales and Passes - 8 & 9 June |
our theme of 'Hills and Passes' we venture into new territory, renowned
for its steep climbs and stunning passes, the Yorkshre Dales and the
Gathering at Gretna, familiar to those
from our International Autoecosse days, we will head south east into
the Dales, crossing the north Pennines, and the Cumbrian mountains to
reach our overnight halt. Our second day takes us deep into the Lake
district, climbing some stunning passes with outstanding views from the
'tops'. Full Details
NEW for 2019 |Caledonian Economy Run - 7 July 2019|
sport lives in a time when care of the environment and a balanced eco
system is paramount. You only need to look at the future where electric
cars will eventually become the norm, and fossil fuel cars will become
ever more scarce. Our classic cars are no exception.
how efficient our cars can be this 'Economy Run' will see if you can
cover the route in as fuel efficient way as possible without the need
to call in for fuel on route.
Starting in Lanarkshire, the
route round East Ayrshire and Lanarkshire will be set at an average
speed to test the driver's ability to balance economy driving with
keeping to time, while the navigator keeps the driver from straying
'off piste'! A real challenge for the crew and car.
- 4 August|
tests of skill and manoeuvrability around a grass field in 2017 and
2018 raised a smile on everyone's face. With the experience gained we
have introduced more activities in a larger field, thanks to George
Shand and his friendly farming neighbours. Designed as a day of
fun, that won't break your car, held centrally so easy to get to from
across Scotland, makes this a date to put in your diary.
|Continental tour - Die Berge von Deutschland|
24 September to 9 October
have climbed the French Alps, several times,on the Trans Alpina's, the
mountains of France into the Pyrenees on Les Montagnes de France, and
the Dolomites on Dolomiti Sfida.
For 2019 we take the biennial
trip to the continent to the 'Mountains of Germany'. We gather in
Belgium near the famous circuit at Spa. After a visit to the circuit we
head across Germany with visits to include Nurburgring, Dresden,
Prague, Salzburg and Hockenheim Circuit (Jim Clark Memorial). Organiser
Dave Spence has worked hard to create a great tour, with many places
and sights to see.
|Clyde Valley Rally
- 29 September|
2019 we will seek out more country across and beyond the Clyde Valley.
Organiser Ralph Forbes spotted some great roads when doing the 'recce'
for past events, and put them in his pocketbook. These will form a new
route for this great event at the end of our season of tours.
Tea - 1 December|
End of the touring year for members to get together to
chat about their year of classic motoring, and what is happening next year, at the Royal George Hotel in
Publisheded 14 January 2019