events for 2022, 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
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.
| 2022 Events
is listed the latest view of the 2022 events calendar, for
your club. Some
dates may change, and events added
as more information is obtained but a good start to plan your classic
mortoring diary for next year.
we would open with an Easter event, such as the Argyll Classic. With
the uncertainty of the winter season and potential covid restrictions
your committee have decided to make the Red Hackle the opener for the
|The Red Hackle Tour
- 8 May
tribute tour to the Black Watch. Start
and finish to be once again at the Black Watch Museum Perth. The date
has been secured in the museum diary. This venue has very successfully
been used as the start finish venue in several past years. Organisers
Ron Adam and George Shand have been working on a new route with a lunch
at a castle on route. Where could this be?
Tour – 24 July.
event is based on visits to classic car and motorsporting museums.
Starting at the Dundee Museum of Transport, we motor north into the
highlands visiting Grampian Transport
Museum in Alford, continuing to our finish in Edzell. Some
great roads across
Angus, Perth and Kinross.
current rising costs of everything have impacted on your
it has other clubs. While providing a fun fiilled tour with places to
see and visit, plus the end of event meal has meant we have had to
increase the entry price to cover our costs. Your club does not run
events for profit, but we must cover our costs to remain viable.
Looking forward to seeing you on this new tour, over a
with more to see and do.
||Gymkhana – 7
August . CANCELLED
Due to lack of entries, and the need to commit to setup costs now, the club has decided to cancel this event.
||Dave's Dales Moors and Forest - 17
& 18 September
in memory of our colleague Dave Spence who designed, planned and
produced all the documentation for this event. Starting in Gretna we
travel into the 'All Creatures'
Yorkshire Dales, North Yorks moors, and east to the Cleveland Hills,
before reaching our overnight around Harrogate. Our second day will
take us west through the Dales to the 'fell' country, and the Forest of
Bowland. Turning north through the Dales National Park, we head to the
finish in Cumbria, the finish of our previous 2 day excursion to the
north of England.
||CCHMSC visit M-Sport - Thursday 6 October
Back in 2019 we arranged a visit to M-Sport at their Dovenby Hall
workshops in Cockermouth, to see how they build WRC winning cars.
the many changes to the WRC specification, ,e.g. hybrid cars, plus the
new test track we are organising a new visit, timed to hopefully see
some of the WRC cars being prepared for their next WRC rally event.
tours now start at 5.30pm, lasting approx 2 hours. We need a minimum of
10, maximum of 20 entries to make the visit work. Cost is £40 per person, all
entry fees going to M-Sport.
If you are interested in joining this tour please reply to organiser Jim Paterson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
More on M-Sport https://www.m-sport.co.uk/
Tea - 4 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
Clubs Events 2022
de Ruisg Winter Tour - 15
Rallye Drivers Club will promote the Col de Ruisg on
15 January 2022.
ERDC event is open to all motorsport enthusiasts and is designed to
allow crews to practice navigational skills and will provide
opportunity for the driver and navigator to work together as a
event will take the form of an evening Winter Tour and will use some of
the excellent roads through Argyll and Perthshire.
D’Ecosse - 11 & 12 March
Cols D’Ecosse will be held on Friday 11 March and Saturday 12
March 2022 and is organised by Ecosse Rallye Drivers Club.
event will start in Helensburgh and finish at Applecross with an
overnight halt in Grantown-on-Spey. Start and Finish venue
be sent out with the Final Instructions.
drive all of
the roads identified will be Auto Distance Gold finishers, those who
drive three quarters of the roads will be Auto Distance Silver
finishers and those who complete half of the roads will be Auto
Distance Bronze finishers. Special prizes to the
and the car with the smallest engine capacity to complete all of the
suggested roads. Regs
Spring Tour - 9 April
and Entry out now for the HCC Spring Tour
on Saturday 9 april. Open
to all pre '86 and all sporting cars. A one day event
finishing at Rollerbowl Inverness IV2 4BQ..
The route will be around 120 miles. It's always a good day out.
Entry £15, includes rally plate and electronic
roadbook. Excludes all meal etc.
||Rotary Club Of Inverness - 4 June
event open to
classic and vintage cars, more modern cars of a sporting nature as well
as vintage and classic motor cycles, the maximum entry being restricted
to 65 vehicles
Stewart Classic: Thirlestane Castle 18 & 19 June
||June 2022 will see Thirlestane Castle,
situated in the heart of the beautiful Scottish Borders countryside
south of Edinburgh, host the first ever Sir Jackie Stewart Classic
presented by Rolex.
The major new motoring event
the career of three-time Formula One World Champion, Sir Jackie Stewart
OBE, featuring live motorsport action and an award-winning classic car
show, all in aid of Race Against Dementia.
Against Dementia raises and allocates funds to accelerate global
research and development in the race to find a prevention or treatment
for dementia. Race Against Dementia’s vision is a
the prevention or treatment of dementia with the greatest of urgency
Full details and Tickets
|Royal Deeside Motor Show - 2 & 3 July
Royal Deeside Motor Show is gearing up for it's second year, taking
place on the 2nd and 3rd July 2022 at Kincardine Castle and Estate.
is a two-day gathering of rare motors, including performance, classic,
retro, contemporary, agri, leisure and heavy haulage, spanning
motorcars, motorbikes, campers, 4x4s, tractors, HGVs and so much more.
The Motor Show includes Showcase Parades, 4x4 Experience, Motor
Dealers, Auto Retailers, Autojumble, Food & Drink,
Motor Attractions and new for 2022, Camping. You can find out more
information on our event website RDMS22.
Extravaganza - 9 & 10 July
Vintage Vehicle Transport Extravaganza is held each year at Glamis
Castle on the second weekend in July. It is unquestionably the largest
gathering of vintage, veteran and classic vehicles in Scotland and
provides a wonderful setting for a family visit.
date for entries is 31/05/22, make sure to get your entry in to avoid
disappointment. Car Club entries are already full. As part of our
Austin display we would still like to include an Austin Tractor
Metro 6R4, get in touch if you have one.
Lesley Munri email@example.com
01307 840311 Mobile
Number: 07980 855184
|RSAC Three Lochs Classic 21 August
Motorsport Three Lochs Veteran, Vintage & Classic Run. This
year marks the 20th running of the Three Lochs, and we are delighted to
be returning to the Royal Northern & Clyde Yacht Club in Rhu,
Helensburgh, where the first Three Lochs was held in 2002.
change of venue has also allowed us to devise a different route with a
run up the old Military Road at the Rest and Be Thankful.
We would like to thank the Yacht Club, and Steven and Diane Kinghorn at
the Rest, for their support
Once again there will again be a
short route suitable for cars in the Veteran Class and any others who
may prefer it, and a long route for everyone else
||Crofterra announces new
format for 22
HCC have announced
a new 2 day 370 mile Crofterra, starting and finishing at Inverness
on 3 & 4 September.
style simpler navigation, and low entry fee, while retaining the
quality finisher awards which are a hallmark of this
designed to attract those new to the sport and keen to enter.
year the route will cover the Grampians, Perthshire and Argyll
||Glasgow to Edinburgh Run - 25
event New Date that avoids other
events on the original date.
Event will start in
Glasgow with the opportunity to join the run in
Stirling or Perth before going on to the finish in Edinburgh.
Updated 12 August 2022