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Driving Mirror (Nov – Dec ’20)

Chairman’s Chat: It was fraught at times, but yes everyone we got through 2020. Motorsport UK: Latest from our Governing Body. Inaugural Two Litre Cup: Not the best year to start something new, but some great 2021 [click. . .]

Committee Digest: November 2020

It’s been a tough year, but we’ve come through it just fine.  This was the last committee meeting of the year and we had a few things to discuss.  With our AGM taking place via email, we finalised the [click. . .]

Driving Mirror (Sept – Oct 2020)

September – October 2020 Edition Chairman’s Chat: Frustrating end to the season, but OMG was that Wiscombe Live Streaming good. Motorsport UK: Latest guidance on wearing Face Masks. Mary Bartlett on their hot [click. . .]

Committee Digest: January 2020

It seems a long time since our last committee meeting in November.  We started with a look back to the Allen Classic Trial.  It was even more of a success than usual with the last car finishing around dusk.  The live [click. . .]

2019 Allen Trial Results

The near full entry list looked very pleasing with Escorts challenging BMWs in class 3, MR2s challenging Beetles in class 6 and seven pre-war cars in class 2. Not forgetting the large numbers in classes 5, 7 & 8. Of [click. . .]

Committee Digest: November 2019

We had a lot to discuss this month.  To start with, we discussed how we deal with memberships and event entries.  You’ll be pleased to hear that we’ve decided to move to an online system, which will be up [click. . .]

2019 Allen Classic Trial: Entries Open

We are now accepting entries for the Allen Classic Trial on Sunday 24th November.  We are also looking for marshals to run the event; just a few hours of your day at a hill. Please contact Mark Tooth 01454 329231 or [click. . .]

Trials

The sport of Trialing is as old as the hills - well as old as the motor car anyway. These cars can sail up hills most people have trouble walking up, but they are specialised, or at least prepared for the challenge [click. . .]