Trialing is BACK!
ONLINE BOOKING NOW OPEN
All members are welcomed to attend to take part as driver or to be a marshal, so come along and enjoy a weekend of landrovers in action – again. A friendly welcome to all….
Site name: Sudbury
When: Tyro Saturday 3rd April, meeting opens at 10.30am and the competition starts at 11.30am and finishes circa 4.30pm
RTV and CCV Sunday 4th April, meeting opens at 8.30am and the competition starts at 9.30am and finishes circa 4.30pm
Passengers – including Tyro passengers – apologies but the current Covid rules from the Government do not allow passengers, even if they are in the same family bubble for this event. The rule changes on the 12th April, so it will be back to normal, but alas not for this event….sorry!
Setting out the sections is from 8am on the day of the event, so if you want to come along and help, please arrive early. Guidance to all is provided…and all help is very much appreciated.
Location: Approximately half way between Halstead and Sudbury, in a part wooded site. If you haven’t been here before, please ask for directions; see below. We will be using the new car parking area and the entrance will be marked.
Booking in Driver info – closing date for entries is 6pm on Friday 2nd April. Shared drives welcomed
Please follow these steps to book in and pay:
Before logging into the online booking and payment form all drivers need:
A MSUK licence, which is free, so if you need one, please visit https://rsclubman.motorsportuk.org/licence/step/1 You get a confirmation e mail by return, with your licence number. If you have not renewed your licence, please do so before booking – its free and you get a confirmation e mail by return
Be members of ELRC or an ALRC club, so if you need to join please see https://www.elrc.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/180726-ELRC-Membership-Form-2018.pdf As sorting out a membership takes a few days, new members please use membership number 9999 when completing the online entry form
Go to the online booking and payment form and complete both the driver and payment sections.
Once completed the on line system will send you confirmation by e mail, as well as booking you in with the Comp Secs. There is no need to contact the Comp Secs….
The closing date / time for all entries is 6pm on Friday 2nd April and due to MSUK rules, no on the day entries are allowed.
Shared drives welcomed – please see Covid advice section
Entry fee per driver is £20 for the Tyro and £25 for the RTV or CCV – please book in and pay on line………… no later than 6pm Friday 2nd April
New drivers always welcome – guidance and advice available
Come along to help run the event
If you want to come along and help at the event as a spotter marshal for the scorer, then you will be most welcome. Just complete the online form, which is required for insurance and Covid reasons……..helping is free and most welcomed!
Helpers and spotters please complete this online form for insurance purposes https://www.elrc.info/officials-signing-on/
Covid 19 Precautions
The MSUK and their insurers have provided specific guidelines which we must follow….The event will be run in line with Government social distancing advice etc. For shared drives, please wipe down the control surfaces etc when changing drivers.
Spectators – the MSUK have made this event a non spectator one, so please come along to our next event. We will update the guidance accordingly
Drivers – please bring your own sanitiser!
Social distancing rules apply……
Site description: the site provides a wide choice of climbs, wide ditches, uneven ground, tracks and open ground, providing an excellent safe combination for both driver and vehicle. Safe viewing of all the action for spectators and drivers.
Refreshments – please bring your own.
Directions – if you need them, please e mail us on firstname.lastname@example.org so we can send you a map
Car parking – lots of parking, just off the access road and within the site
Toilet info – alas none, but plenty of unused areas so please be discreet
The Tyro is suitable for all landrovers old and new
The RTV is suitable for all landrovers old and new, but mud tyres are recommended, but not essential.
The CCV is suitable for all ALRC log booked vehicles.
For more info on vehicle suitability and minimum driver age requirements please see https://www.elrc.info/sections/trials/
All vehicles have a basic safety check prior to competing and for more information please see https://www.elrc.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/ELRC-Event-scrutineering-check-list-2018.pdf
A set of competition rules and guidelines are available on the club’s web site.
Need more information or help on trialling or how to enter or is my landrover suitable for trialling or how to become a marshal? Then please e mail email@example.com and we will get back to you
Next Trial dates
Sudbury 1st – 2nd May Tyro / RTV and CCV Trials
Twinney Wood Near Puckeridge 5th – 6th June Tyro / RTV and CCV Trials – this is a great trials site, offering challenges for all classes and drivers.
Site to be confirmed 10th – 11th July Tyro / RTV and CCV Trials