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- November Competitor Of The Month
November saw joint winners of the COTM.
Declan Dear navigated Matthew Hirst to 1st overall on the Wyedean stages which in turn won them the 2019 Welsh Forestry stage championship, a fantastic achievement
Keith & Angelica Mainland braved the weather on their 1904 Orient to complete the London to Brighton veteran car run in a record 7 hours for the team
- October Competitor Of The Month
October saw two club members awarded COTM. Long term club member Richard Corney took his Nissan Sunny to 2nd in class at the Kempton Park Autosolo and Chris Surman followed in the tracks of the likes of Ogier & Tanak on the Wales Rally GB National rally and brought his Subaru home to an excellent finish on the challenging event.
- Down The Pub – 10th December
The only social gathering in December will be the Down the Pub Night which will be on 10th December, hosted by Chris Phillips.
The venue will be the Good Intent at Puttenham, a ‘traditional pub’ in the foothills off theA31 Hogs Back, in easy reach from everywhere!
Far from being a gastro joint, the Good Intent concentrates on its ales and beers and although it usually offers traditional pub grub, unfortunately the kitchens are being refurbished although the landlord is making special arrangements for food for our visit.
This is the final opportunity to catch up on everything that’s new at S & C MC plus all the exciting news about the Mini Tempest Rushmoor event on 29th December.
Go on, join us for the last social of the year…..
60-62 The Street, Puttenham, Guildford, Surrey, GU3 1AR
- Mini Tempest Rushmoor – Sun 29th December 2019
Regulations and entries are now available for the Mini Tempest Rushmoor Stages on Sunday 29th December 2019.
This fun event offers 8 tarmac stages at Rushmoor Arena / Pegasus Village near Aldershot on the Surrey / Hampshire Border which are ideally suited to all capacities and sizes of cars, especially those in the hands of talented drivers. The layouts are simple and so novice navigators can almost sit back and enjoy the ride.
Limited to just 60 cars, the Mini Tempest Rushmoor combines for the first time the testing roads of both venues, joined together by what used to be a public road (the venue is now surrounded by fencing).
Click here for more details of this great end of season event.
- Competitor Of The Month – Summer 2019
SCMC competitors have been busy over the summer competing on various events across the country.
July saw Mark Straker take his Darrian T90 GT ‘R5’ to mid Wales for the Harry Flatters rally over Epynt, coming away with 3rd o/all, a great result against some WRC machinery.
Piers Thynne used his Radical SR8 to good effect to finish 3rd in class at the Gurston Down Sprint in August.
Wesley Simpson continued the winning ways of the Proton previously owned by SCMC members Graeme Bell/Russ Radford with an outright win on the September Promenade Stages, which his run along New Brighton’s sea front on the Wirral.