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- Abingdon Long Course Sprint
Sutton and Cheam Motor Club Team Tempest and Craven Motor Club are please to open for entries for their first event of 2018 – The Abingdon Long Course Sprint.
Taking place at the superb Abingdon Airfield, a minimum of 4 runs are on offer (2 Practice / 2 Timed) over the 2 mile course which features fast straights, tricky turns and challenging high speed bends – A real test for drivers of all calibres!
Entries are restricted to 120 first come, first served so be quick as last year the event filled very, very quickly.
Whilst we cannot guarantee the weather, we can guarantee an efficient and fun event in whatever car you bring…..
Sutton & Cheam Motor Club are deeply saddened by the incident which took place during the running of the Loco 2 Stages Rally at Bramley Camp, near Basingstoke which claimed the lives of 2 popular and experienced competitors.
The club is working with the Motorsports Association UK, Hampshire Police and other local agencies to investigate the incident and to establish the cause.
The club would like to express its condolences to the families of both competitors.
The Club will be making no further statement at this time.
- November 2017 Competitor Of The Month – Richard Seal
Richard proved the seeding committee wrong on the Challenger Stages at Bovington by finishing 5th overall, 3rd in class from a start number of 35.
Photo courtesy of RallyGallery.com
- October 2017 Competitor Of The Month – Joint Winners – Martin Pickles & Shawn Rayner/Declan Dear
Martin’s last sprint event of the season was at Anglesey and he managed a PB on Saturday and got a podium in 3rd. On Sunday Martin certainly made himself heard, as the exhaust fell apart, so he had to back off a bit but without that he was confident that other PB could have been achieved.
Shawn & Declan had an eventful but very successful month in October. The month started with the Cork 20 Historic Rally and a broken driveshaft on the first day would have put most people out of the rally but with the help of most of Ireland the offending item was replaced (not straight forward – see video below). They managed to get back out onto the stages on the Sunday to claim 3rd Overall in the Irish Historic Championship, a great achievement at their first attempt. This was followed up with an excellent 13th o/all, 1st in class on the Wales Rally GB National.
- September 2017 Competitor Of The Month – Rob Jones & Gary Kinghorn