is listed the 2017 events calendar, for the club and
our classic car friends at Saltire, Highland, and other car clubs
across Scotland. This year we introduce Rotary Club events, raising
money for worthwhile charities. Additions will be posted when we
receive them. A good start to plan your classic
mortoring diary for 2017. |
|Aquarius Rally - 4 February|
Glenrothes open the year with a favourite in the navigational rally calendar.
Compact 118-mile 75% competitive route, on OS Maps 58 &
59. Centralised start at Kinross, with refuel and finish
locations, all close to the M90 motorway in Central Scotland. Fully
pre-plot "tulips and map refs"
|Saltire Classic Rally - 5 March|
Catching the last days of winter, our friends at the Saltire Rally Club present an exciting opener to the new season
in and around Pitlochry, which proved to be a popular start and finish
venue in 2016, they will be looking to incorporate up to 18 tests, some
new, some old, and 4 regularities.
|Argyll Classic - 26 March|
Heralding the first week of spring, we head for the roads of Argyll. We
have opened our season on the west coast, east coast, and down into the
Galloway hills for our first drives across
Scotland. For 2017 we return to the roots of this event, back to
Argyll. With new roads to explore, and a drive up the Rest and be Thankful, this event promises to be a
great start to the classic sporting year. Full Story
|HCC Highland Tour of the Stills - 15 April|
Following the 2015 Tour of the Lochs and the 2016
Tour of the Firths, Highland Car
presents for 2017, the Tour of the Stills. A one-day tour starting and
finishing at Fairways Leisure, Inverness and visiting the scenic
locations of some of the most famous distilleries in Scotland. The tour
is approximately 165 miles and is open to any pre-1980 classic cars and
any sporting car of any age.
|Blairgowrie Rotary Drive it Day - 23 April|
Rotary have taken the reins of the well known Strathendrick event for
2017. Our friend and CCHMSC member Joe Norman is supporting the new
organising team, and the entry list is now on reserves. New roads and countryside on offer, with the well
known sponsorship format supporting Cancer Research UK and
Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS).
Classic - 29 & 30 April | The
event will again start late on Saturday afternoon and feature some
fairly straightforward regularities and one test. Our Sunday restart is
back in Berwick on the Quayside and the route has a good mixture of
tests, some of which are new, and regularities which are primarily off
road and again visit some new territory.
The organisers of the
Berwick Classic Historic Rally and the Berwick Classic Targa Rally
welcome enthusiasts to the 2017
Berwick Classic weekend.
of whether you have a classic Mini Cooper S, a Lotus Elan or a Smart
Car join Berwick & District Motor Club members for our relaxed
friendly event which consists of a mixture of regularities and tests.
|North Berwick Rotary Tour - 30 April|
Club of North Berwick are organising a classic car tour from North
Berwick through East Lothian into the Borders for lunch and back to
North Berwick for High Tea on
Sunday 30th April 2017; this
coincides with the May bank holiday weekend.Vintage cars, classic cars
and interesting sports cars are all invited to take part in what
promises to be an enjoyable event.
|The Red Hackle Tour - 7 May|
the Black Watch we start the Red Hackle Tour near the regiments
Aberfeldy birthplace. Starting and finishing at the Black Watch museum
in Perth this new tour in the CCHMSC calendar promises spectacular
scenery steeped in history. Organisers George Shand and
Ron Adam have put together another challenging run with
a good selection of tight twisty roads mixed with
some good flowing
sections to suit all styles of driving.
|Ingliston Revival - 13 and 14 May|
classic and prestige motoring festival at The Royal Highland
Centre, Edinbuhttp://www.ingliston.co.uk/revival/rgh. The event
celebrates the original, infamous Ingliston Racing Circuit and
re-ignites the halcyon days of the venue. We re-live the nostalgia and
evoke emotion of motor sport from a bygone era. www.ingliston.co.uk
|Strathmore Classic Car Tour - 25 June|
The second running of the Rotary Club of Forfar 120 mile classic car tour around the glens, countryside and coastline of Angus. Start
in Forfar and finish at Glamis Castle for High Tea and presentations.
No entry fee but each vehicle crew expected to provide charitable
sponsorship of at least £50 for the Scottish Charity Air
|Hebridean Adventure - 5 July|
one week tour of the Outer Hebrides, travelling over the traffic free
roads of Lewis and Harris, soaking in the stunning scenery on
Scotland's Western Isles. Full Details
|Midsummer Miglia - 9
organising team have reluctanly taken this inaugural Targa event out of
this years events calendar. The outstanding work, organisers
other commitments and the remaining time required to make this event a
success were likely to jeopardise the high standards the Club,
our members, expect from all our events.
|Grass Gymkhana - 6 August|
chance to take part in some fun activity in a grass field trying to
navigate a tight route without veering off the course. Open to any type
of car. Plus lots of other fun activities driving your car. A fun day
for all members and all motorsport enthusiasts alike. Full Story
|Ignition Festival of Motoring - 4 to 7 August|
to the SECC following a very successful launch event in 2016, when over
25000 people visited the event over the three days, the second
Ignition Festival promises even more. Keep an eye on www.ignitionfestival.co.uk
|RSAC Three Lochs Classic - 20 August|
Hay Partnership RSAC Three Lochs Classic returns to the Oak Tree Inn at
Balmaha, which will host the start, finish and the Concours d’Elegance
will again be a “wee” route of around 58 miles suitable for cars in the
Veteran class and any others whose drivers prefer it, and a “big” route
of around 75 miles for everybody else. RSAC are continuing to welcome
entries from the owners of all cars built before 1982, and look forward
seeing a good representation of cars from all eras. For the first
time, there will be an ‘open’ class for cars built after 1982 which are
considered to be of particular interest.
|Classic Autosports BBQ
- Sunday 27 August|
Barnett of Classic Autosports BBQ. The event is always popular with Classic Car
and enthusiasts, at his Inverkeilor workshops, where we have the
opportunity to visit the
fascinating world of Classic Car restoration, and see some of the cars being restored and rebuilt. Starts 12 noon until
|Saltire Autotest / Targa Rally - 2/3 September|
Open to any road legal car of any age and a gentle introduction to Historic or Targa rallying for anyone.
Ideal for those attending the Bo'ness Revival that weekend.
road run from a ceremonial town centre start in Bo'ness via a lunch
halt at Dunblane Hydro to the finish at Balmaha. There are two
Jogularity sections, along with various route checks, and four short
simple Autotests on the way. Tulip Road Book navigation.
On the Sunday there will be a Regularity run up the Hillclimb course.
|HCC Crofterra Pandemonia - 9 & 10 Sept|
club supports this ever popular event from Highland Car
Club in the classic calendar. Two day touring event for Classic,
Historic, Sports & GT cars.
will start and overnight at Moness Resort in Aberfeldy, making it even easier for
those from the south to join in, whilst not being too far for the local
HCC crews. Finish will be at the traditional Fairways at Inverness on
the Sunday evening. Open to all classic and sporting cars Regs Entry Form More at www.highlandcarclub.co.uk
- 22 September - 9 October|
bi-annual trip to Europe heads east in 2017. The Dolomiti Sfida (Dolomite Challenge) follows the Dolomite
Alps across northern Italy and into Slovenia, in the footsteps of Julius Caesar across the Julian Alps. Returning north to Austria, and west toward France we call
into Menton to join their Nuit du Mentonnais on 7 October. With a
midway stopover planned in Venice, this is a trip you want to join.
|Loch Ness Tour - 7 October|
Loch Ness Classic and Vintage Car Tour is a new non-competitive
event restricted to entries from classic and vintage cars also cars of
a sporting nature. The entry will be restricted to a maximum of 65 cars
with excess entries being put on a waiting list.
The car tour
is being organised on behalf of the Rotary Club of Inverness Loch Ness
to raise in excess of £10,000 to be split between the RNLI and
charities supported by the Rotary Club of Inverness loch Ness. Regs and
entry form available
|Saltire Oktoberfest Rally
- 7 October|
National B navigational event, part of the SACC championship. Full details to follow.
|VMSA Autumn Run - Sunday 8 October|
The 2017 VSMA Autumn Run will be based and cover approximately 60 / 80 miles of roads across Ayrshire on Sunday 8th October 2017.
event will start from Gemmell’s Garden Centre (Stair) and finish
at the Morris Equestrian Centre (Fenwick) and will cover approximately
60/80 miles. Food is available at both the start and finish locations.
Further information please contact:-
Charlie Young – Secretary of the Meeting
Home - 01357 521696. Mobile - 07955 905441
|Clyde Valley Rally
- 22 October|
our breath after the trip to the Dolomites, we take you over some roads
not yet explored across the borders. Run as Rally of the Borders in past year, this value
for money straight forward
event is ideal for those
tempted out in their classic, or modern car, for the first time on a
motor sporting event. With a really low entry price this is one
event not to miss.
Tea - 3 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