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  • Interesting Car Night – Postponed to early July

    With apologies, owing to unforeseen circumstances, the club has decided to postpone the Interesting Car Night this year to mid-July. More news will be posted here closer to the new date.

  • April Competitor Of The Month – Mark Straker

    Mark used his new Darrian T90 GT on England’s first closed road event the Tendring & Clacton stages on April 22nd. Mark finished an excellent 4th o/all against much more powerful WRC machinery and then followed this result up the following weekend with 3rd o/all on the Horiba D’Isis rally at MIRA.

  • Social Event – Down The Pub – The Running Mare Cobham

    The next ‘down the pub with’ is on Tuesday, 8th May with Norman Phillips at The Running Mare in Cobham from 9:00pm. The pub has good ales on tap together with a good food menu if you want to eat beforehand. Please come and join us. There’s plenty to catch up on, Interesting Car Night and the Abingdon Carnival weekend to name a few.

    Further details for The Running Mare is on the website http://www.therunningmare.com and the address is 45 Tilt Rd, Cobham KT11 3EZ.

  • Co driver Required For Corinium Stages On May 5th

    Pete Wilkins is after a co-driver for the Corinium Stages at Down Ampney Airfield on May 5th in his BMW. You must have your own competition overalls, helmet and Hans device. Please contact Pete on 07771 867909 or email pete.wilkins@yahoo.com if you are interested.

  • Social Event – Down The Pub – Six Bells Farnham

    The next ‘down the pub with’ is on Tuesday, 17th April with Nigel Griffiths at the The Six Bells in Farnham from 8:30 – 9.00pm. The pub has a few ales on tap together with a good food menu if you want to eat beforehand. The pub is easy to find from the A31 and there’s plenty of parking, so please come and join us. There’s plenty to catch up on, the Abingdon sprint and the upcoming Clacton On Sea closed road rally, just a couple of examples. The Clacton On Sea event is a real milestone in British Motorsport and Barry Guess will be running the Re-Group control on the event, so the club have some major involvement.

    Further details for the Six Bells is on the websitehttps://www.sixbellsfarnham.com/ and the post code is GU9 9QZ.

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