click this link to go to events listings.
We hope to run a TYRO on Saturday, please watch this space.
There will be an RTV on Sunday 16th Feb 2020. CCV drivers are welcome to drive RTV sections and/or set their own.
Signing on from 8.30 event start 10.00. event fees are £23 pre-booked, £30 turn up on the day.
to book in please text 07530 721977, for directions email firstname.lastname@example.org
Event sec – Tim W
RTV CoC –
– If you haven’t received your MSUK RS Clubman license before the first event, please bring along a printed copy of either the temporary license emailed by MSUK or the email acknowledgement of the application. If you have received neither prior to the event, and you applied more than 15 working days ago, please contact the MSUK Membership Services Team on 01753 765050 for advice.
MSUK will require all drivers and passengers age 18 and over to hold an RS Clubman license from 1st Jan 2020. The license is free, no picture required and no medical required if you are fit to drive.
Its straight forward if you are a British citizen. If you are not you will require an authorisation from your National body.
This can be done online at https://rsclubman.motorsportuk.org/
or this is a link is to printable form and 03_CLUBMAN_FORM
Despite the increase in MSUK permit fees the committee decided to keep fees for competitive entry as they are until the AGM in June. Members will have to discuss and vote on any change in event entry fees, as per club rules at the AGM.
Mark Pycraft Comp-Sec
PLEASE check this link for more info, which will answer a lot of questions
Below is the letter MUK want sent to all competitive members.
We have a vacancy for the role of Club Scrutineer
Are you able to help us out at trials. Do you have a reasonable mechanical knowledge of Land Rovers and understand the trialling regulations. If the answer is no but you would like to give the role a try, don’t worry, there will be plenty of help and advice to get you going. Just get in touch with Mark and he will let you know what is required. There is no liability with this role as you are purely there to check vehicles are eligible and safety components function (brakes, seat belts etc.) The onus is always on the driver to present the vehicle in a safe and compliant condition.
We may look to get two scrutineers one for Tyro and RTV and one for CCV.