Nine Days to Save European Motorsport – Act Now

PRESS RELEASE
11 October 2018
For Immediate Release

NINE DAYS TO SAVE EUROPEAN
MOTORSPORT!
Dear Motorsport friend and colleague,

 

My apologies if you have already received this email and this is a duplicate; however, I do not apologise for the dramatic title, as our industry and sport face a serious, immediate problem, which you can help resolve.
We have until 20 October to respond to this important EC consultation, details of which are attached. If we fail to secure the amendment we seek, the likely outcome is that all motorsport activity, in every EU Member State, will cease.
EVERYONE involved in the business and organisation of European motorsport needs to act NOW to overcome this genuine threat to our own future and that of our employees and the sport, from the unintended consequences of action taken by the European Commission (EC).
The Motorsport Industry Association (MIA), along with others – including the UK Department for Transport – has been fighting to resolve this issue for more than two years, on behalf of our members and the wider EU motorsport community. Now, with your personal leadership and action, it is possible for us to resolve this, as I fully explain in the attached documents.
In simple terms, the EC plans to issue a new Motor Insurance Directive, as a result of which all EU Member States must put into their National Law compulsory and unlimited third-party liability insurance to cover personal injury between motorsport competitors and car-to-car damage during any competition – from Formula One, MotoGP and World Rally, to karting, historic and grass roots motorsport, whether regulated by the FIA, the FIM or not.
However, such widespread, unlimited new insurance is not currently, and, we understand, will not in the future be available – so motorsport will be unable to continue anywhere in the EU.
Please respond BY 20 OCTOBER to the EC Review Consultation – https://ec.europa.eu/info/consultations/finance-2017-motor-insurance_en

 

By using the simple ‘MIA Response Guidelines’ (which can be downloaded from our website), this will take LESS THAN TEN MINUTES –  a short time commitment to keep motorsport alive, and preserve the jobs it supports.
It is most important that you estimate, if motorsport were to cease, how many jobs will be lost directly from your organisation, and indirectly by your suppliers or the sport, as this significant economic impact will influence the European Commission.
I am sharing this email with my senior contacts across the European motorsport business community.
May I ask that you help our community by sending this email request, and its attachments, to your most influential motorsport business and sporting contacts, urgently please? We need all influential individuals, major teams, suppliers and employers in EU and UK motorsport to act – by working together we can change this.
We must make the European Commission fully aware of the economic importance of motorsport and the employment which our sport and industry provides across the European Union.
An unimaginable situation yet true – fighting such battles for the industry was one of the reasons the MIA was originally created and is pro-actively supported by its members.
If you have any questions or comments then please email me and I will respond immediately – as we must meet the deadline of 20 October.
Thank you  – your immediate help is invaluable and much appreciated.

 

Best regards
Chris Aylett
Chief Executive Officer
Motorsport Industry Association

The Apex on 10th Street, Stoneleigh Park, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 2LG, UK
T:  +44 (0) 2476 692 600
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Quentin Willson Evening 29th November

We are delighted to confirm that Quentin Willson, TV presenter and motoring pundit has agreed to come and talk to the Club on Wednesday 29 November. We have already booked Whalley Golf Club with usual pie and peas. Tickets costing £10.00, including pie and peas, are available from Eileen Dyson Eileen.dyson@btinternet.com

Many of you will know Quentin Willson as an award-winning motoring journalist and presenter of the Classic Car Show. But he also fronted Top Gear for a decade and writes for numerous national publications, while campaigning tirelessly on behalf of Britain’s motorists.

It will be interesting to hear what he has to say on current motoring issues including the current insurance controversy surrounding the EU ruling which may signal the end of our sport.

Sad News regarding Ted Heath – Update

Eric Heath
It is with sadness that I have to report the death of Eric “Ted” Heath who passed away on the evening of the 22nd August.
Ted was a long serving member of the club who’s specialism in timing came to the fore at speed sprints both in the UK and in the Isle of Man and he was a familiar face in the paddock with his trusty timing vehicle, Samson. He also acted as Clerk of Course on both the Manchester to Blackpool and Coast to Coast Classic Runs as well as officiating in many LAC events.
He assisted Bill Turner as a timekeeper on LAC events and was one of the Club’s stalwarts with a history including Tholt y Will, Woodvale and Longridge. When Bill retired Ted took over the timing gear and continued providing timing services to many clubs in the north west. His team was one of the few capable of carrying out timing duies for 2 lap events at 3 Sisters.
During his time on the committee, he served as Chairman and President and had the honour of being made an Honorary Life President a few years ago.
Funeral arrangements :
Tuesday the 12th September at 1:00pm
The Old School Chapel, Broadstone St, Todmorden. OL14 8AL
Followed by a private cremation and refreshments at Walsden Cricket Club, Scott St, Walsden, Todmorden OL14 7SX
Our condolence go to Ted’s wife, Doris, and his family at this sad time.

Pictures from Manchester to Blackpool added

Pictures from the finish of the 2017 Manchester to Blackpool Classic Car Run now in the picture gallery.

There are more pictures from alng the route on www.whitedogphotography.co.uk. Pictures taken north of Edgeworth and at Fulwood barracks together with many more from the finish.

Brian Taylor took some great photos which are very professional and he is raising money for Cancer Research UK.
His site is White Dog Photography www.whitedogphotography.co.uk simply click on this link then select 2017 motorsport galleries to see all the pictures (by the way if you look on 2016 motorsport galleries there are pictures from our 2016 events).
To get the pictures simply follow the directions at the bottom of the first web page. Brian doesn’t personally charge but asks that you donate an amount you feel appropriate to Cancer Research UK. You don’t just get your pictures you are helping the fight against Cancer.
Please give generously for a very worthy cause.
You then contact Brian direct with the picture numbers you require and he gives you a link to the files at full resolution.

Coast to Coast Saturday 15th July

Regulations now available

Contact Sandra Williams email sandra.williams21@btinternet.com tel 01772791499

Similar in format to the Manchester to Blackpool with a Touring Assembly followed by a simple Concours D’Elegance. There is only one common route for all entrants taking in some of the North of Englands finest motoring roads.

Starts from the Midland Hotel in Morecambe and finishes at Dunsley Hall in Sandsend near Whitby. The route changes every year and this years takes in many new roads as it wends its way Coast to Coast. There is a comfort stop in the morning and entrants can pre order meals at the lunch halt. A simple Concours De Elegance will be held at the finish where a buffet is served.

The run is held on a Saturday to enable entrants to stay overnight and enjoy either a pleasant run home or use the event as a springboard for a short break in the Yorkshire Dales. If you wish to stay at Dunsley Hall please contact them direct http://dunsleyhall.com/ tel 01947 893437 the LAC has block booked the hotel so be sure to tell them you are with the event. Rooms are limited so first come first served.

Route is some 170 miles with instructions using both simple ‘tulip diagrams’ and written instructions. All entrants receive a Route Book giving full directions, aRoute Information book giving interesting facts on places along the route and Rally Plate. All entrants taking part in the Concours receive a commemorative medal and awards are given for both the Mayors choice and Presidents award.

If you require more information or Regulations for the above event please contact Sandra Williams – sandra.williams21@btinternet.com

St George’s Day Run – FBHVC Drive It Day 2017

Next Event: Sunday 23rd April, 2017.

This event is a Touring Assembly and as such is untimed. Navigation is easy and the event suits newcomers to road events.

Regulations and an Entry Form are now available from Sandra Williams – sandra.williams21@btinternet.com

Starts and finishes at Blackburn Northern Sports, Pleckgate Drive Blackburn and runs out to Skipton and on to a ‘comfort halt’ at The Duke of Wellington on the Grane Road near Haslingden before returning to Blackburn Northern Sports Club.

Entry fee includes Light breakfast available at Start and Light Refreshments in the Club Lounge where the Bar will be open on return.

Route is some 100 miles with instructions using both simple ‘tulip diagrams’ and written instructions. All entrants receive a Route Book giving full directions, a Route Information book giving interesting facts on places along the route along with a Rally plate.

This event is in support of the FBHVC Drive it day

The Federation of British Historic Vehicles Club urges all owners of licensed historic vehicles to use them on 23 April – every year. The ‘Drive it Day‘ will be a truly national annual event and one that all enthusiasts can take part in wherever they live. It’s absolutely free of entry forms, fees and red tape*. Do make sure your members know about it!

It’s not necessary for owners to go to a show or to take part in an event, FBHVC just wants owners to get their vehicles out so they can be seen by the public. If the vehicle is suitable, it could be used instead of modern transport for daily activity. Owners could use them to go to work take a trip to the seaside, enjoy a day out in the country, visit a stately home or just go shopping.

For those with unlicensed, older, larger or slower vehicles for which such use would be impossible, impractical or inappropriate, owners could at least get them out and park them on the drive where they can be seen.

FBHVC exists to uphold the freedom to use old vehicles. Drive It Day is part of an ongoing campaign to raise public awareness of the historic vehicle movement. “After all,” Tony Beadle (the committee member who came up with the idea) asks, “what’s the point in fighting for a freedom if we don’t make the best possible use of it? “I thought 23rd April would be a singularly appropriate day to choose to celebrate the glorious variety of mechanised road transport heritage that we have in this country because on that day in 1900, 64 cars set out from London on the first day of the famous Thousand Mile Trial – an incredible undertaking by those early motor cars and their pioneering drivers, and one which deserves annual celebration.”

 

2017 Annual General Meeting

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN

that the 115th Annual General Meeting of

The Lancashire Automobile Club

will be held at Whalley Golf Club, Portfield Lane, Whalley, Lancashire, on Tuesday 7th February 2017 at 20:00 hours prompt for the following purpose(s):

To transact the business detailed in the agenda of the said Annual General Meeting (not attached).

All resolutions, of which notice has been given, will be decided on a poll by show of hands, the majority to decide in favour.

Any additional matters which members wish to raise must be supplied to me by e-mail (detailed below) 7 days in advance of the meeting.   

If you have any relevant matters please contact Mike Raven HonSec@lancsautoclub.com

2016 Classic Challenge

The Challenge enables drivers, navigators and organisers to claim points for each event. Points will be recorded on a simple scorecard which must be sent to the Championship Compiler, Chris Lee, before the 10th January 2017. Full regulations and Scorecard are available from Chris Lee – chrislee1275@aol.com

The Lancashire Automobile Club ‘Classic Challenge’ is a social challenge and does not reflect any element of competition within the events or for completion of any event. Merely taking part, as an entrant or organiser, is sufficient for points to be claimed in the challenge.

  • Points may be claimed for each Lancashire Automobile Club Classic event by drivers, navigators and organsiers who are fully paid up members of the Club on 25th October 2016.
  • Organisers of events may claim points for events as set out below
  • Lancashire Automobile Club Classic events are defined as:
  • Any LAC Social Event
  • St Georges Day Run                                 24th April
  • The Fellsman                                           21st May
  • Manchester to Blackpool Car Run            12th June
  • Coast to Coast Car Run                           12th July
  • Highland 3 Day Classic Tour                  23rd – 25th September (see note below)

 

  • Points will be awarded as follows:
  • Attending one LAC Social event in 2016 – 5 points
  • Entering event        5 points
  • Starting Road Event           15 points (see note on Highland 3 Day below)
  • Taking part in Concours (Manchester to Blackpool and Coast to Coast)                               30 points
  • To claim points entrants should fill in the Championship ‘scorecard’ and send it to Chris Lee.

Scorecards must be sent to the Challenge Organiser on or before the 20th January 2017.

2017 Highland 3 Day

You are invited to join us on the 2017 Highland 3 day Starting on Thursday 22nd September At Rosslea Hall Hotel near Helensburgh and running over the week end to finish back at Rosslea Hall on Sunday 24th we will also run the optional Day 0 Starting near Dumfiries running up to The Rosslea Hall Hotel on Thursday 21st for anyone wanting the extra days motoring the four day route will cover over 800 miles and take in some spectacular Highland scenery and serpentine tarmac Scotland has to offer. 

So something for your year planner for 2017 please fined attached you entry form and………………………………………………..regulations for the Highland 3 day tour 2017 as ever we only have limited space so please book early to avoid disappointment.

I hope to hear from you soon, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Regards

Mike Raven

01772 862364

www.highlandtour.com 22nd 23rd and 24th September 2017

SUPPLEMENTARY
REGULATIONS                                                                                                                     ©2017 Highland 3 Day Classic Tour
1. Definition of Event
1.1 The 2017 Highland Classic Tour is a Touring Assembly for interesting, sports and classic cars.
1.2 The Event is not a competition nor is it a race.
1.3 The 3 Day Event will take place on September 22nd 23rd and 24th September 2017.
2. Organisation of Event
2.1 The Event is organised with the Lancashire Automobile Club Ltd (LAC) in accordance with the General Regulations of the Royal Automobile Club Motor sport Association (M.S.A.) together with these Regulations and any additional instructions that may be issued for the event by the event organisers. All Entrants undertake to comply with these Regulations by the fact of their entry.
2.2 An M.S.A. certificate of exemption has been applied for.
3. Route
3.1 The Start and Finish of the Event will be at The Rosslea Hall Hotel, Rhu, Loch Helensburgh, G84 8NF tel:- 01436 439955
3.2 The route excluding day zero will be in excess of 600 miles and will vary from “A” Roads to country roads. The route has been planned to take in the most attractive scenery between Start and Finish venues and will use ferry’s not covered in the entry fee.
Subject to confirmation the route is as follows:-
Day 0 22nd Sep Carrutherstown Salway Firth Newton Stewart Dunoon Helensburgh
Day 1 23rd Sep Helensburgh Inveraray Mallaig Skye Dundonnell
Day 2 24th Dundonnel Loch Shin Tongue Ullapool Dundonnell
Day 3 25th Sep Dundonnell Loch Ness Glen Coe Loch Lomond Helensburgh
3.3 The route will have various Coffee halts or Lunch stops which will be named on the Route Card.
3.4 The route can be followed on any good UK road map or road atlas additional Ordinance Survey land ranger sheets may be specified in the final instructions.
3.5 Entrants will be given detailed route instructions at signing on. The onus on finding the correct route rests with the Entrant.
3.6 We offer an additional days motoring Day Zero starting on the 21st September from The Hetland Hall Hotel, Carrutherstown DG1 4JX tel:- 01387 840201 If you would like to start in Carrutherstown a additional £55 should be added to your entry fee and is inclusive of lunch for two driver and navigator at the lunch stop en-route.
4. Eligible cars and the Number of Starters
4.1 The Event is open to vehicles as defined in Section 1.1
4.2 All cars must be correctly registered, currently licensed with a valid M.O.T. Test Certificate and be in a roadworthy condition. Trade plates are forbidden.
4.3 The Event will not be divided into classes.
4.4 The maximum number of entries for the Event is 23, the minimum is 15.
4.5 Entrants will be provided with a numbered Identification Plate that must be displayed in a forward facing position at the front of the car during the Event.
4.6 No advertising, trade sign or promotional display may be carried on or distributed from any vehicle without the prior written consent of the Organisers.
5. Eligible Entrants
5.1 Any person resident in the United Kingdom, being an individual or an organisation may enter the event.
5.2 The Entrant must sign the entry form.
5.3 Where the Entrant is not the legal owner of the vehicle the individual body having legal ownership must appoint in writing the Entrant or first named driver as their accredited representative.
5.4 All drivers must be over 17 years of age and hold a valid full driving license for the vehicle being driven. A competition license is not required.
5.5 Entrants not present at the Event will be represented in all matters by the first nominated driver.
6. Entries
6.1 Entries open on the publication of these Supplementary Regulations and close 22nd July 2017.
6.2 The Entry fee will be £755 per vehicle in line with
6.3 below. A £155 deposit is payable on application but may be refunded should insufficient Entries be received, or the Event is cancelled. Otherwise the deposit is non refundable. The balance of £600 is payable by Monday 22th July 2017. Note The price is based on two people sharing a twin or double room, should a single room be requested a single room supplement of £80 per person applies i.e. £160 in addition to the entry fee.
©2017 Highland 3 Day Classic Tour
6.3 The entry fee is inclusive of Dinner, Bed and Breakfast for two people sharing (Driver and Navigator) on the 22nd 23rd and 24th September 2017. If you wish to stay overnight at the start venue a discounted rate based on two people sharing of £65.00 per person Dinner, Bed and Breakfast has been negotiated. If you wish to take advantage of this offer please make your own booking at The Rosslea Hall Hotel, Country House Hotel, Rhu, Loch Lomond, G84 8NF tel:- 01436 439955 for the evening of the 21st September, please mention the Highland Tour 3 Day and Mike Raven when booking. Note a £15 single occupancy room supplement per person applies.
6.3 The £55 entry fee for day zero covers lunch for two and the road book if you wish to stay overnight at the start venue for day Zero on September 20th a discounted rate for a twin room of £79 Dinner, Bed and Breakfast and a single occupancy at £59 DB&B has been negotiated. If you wish to take advantage of this offer please make your own booking at Hetland Hall Hotel, Carrutherstown DG1 4JX tel:- 01387 840201 for the evening of the 20th September
6.4 Entries must be submitted on the official Entry Form, signed by the Entrant, and accompanied by the requisite fee, as given in 6.2 and sent to:-
M A Raven, 22 Woodplumpton Lane, Broughton, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 5JJ
With cheques or Postal orders made payable to the LAC Highland 3 Day or if you prefer please request account details and I will send you the number.
6.5 Any change of nominated driver(s) or vehicles must be notified, in writing, to the Secretary of the Meeting by 22nd July 2017.
6.6 It is the responsibility of the Entrant to contact the Secretary of the Meeting if acceptance of Entry is not received within 21 days of posting.
6.7 The list of Entrants and Drivers will be published on 5th September 2017. The Event organisers reserve the right to refuse an entry, at their sole discretion, and are not bound to give their reason for so doing.
7. Insurance
7.1 Entrants and Driver must have valid insurance in accordance with the requirements of the Road Traffic Act and relevant laws applicable in Great Britain. 7.2 Entrants and Drivers must sign any indemnity required under the terms of any policy held by the organisers relevant to the event. 7.3 In case of cancellation by the entrant It is recommended that the entrant and the co driver carries suitable holiday insurance that covers them both in the UK as a refund will not be possible.
8 Documents and Scrutineering
8.1 Approximately one week before the Event all Entrants will receive the final instructions and start times, an Identification Plate will be handed out at signing on.
8.2 The following current and valid documents should be available for inspection:- Driving Licence Ministry of Transport Test Certificate (MOT Test) Current Motor Insurance Also you will be required to have available for inspection:- A first aid kit Available from Halfords A warning triangle Available from Halfords A fire extinguisher Available from Halfords Two high visibility jackets or tabards. Available from Halfords
8.3 Vehicle examination (“Scrutineering”) will be carried out at the Start and may also be carried out at any subsequent place on the Event. Even though vehicles may be scrutinised by the Event Organisers, they do not warrant that any vehicle that they may scrutinize is in a legal, road-worthy condition.
8.4 Any vehicle which does not comply with the Regulations or which in the opinion of the Organisers is deemed inappropriate for the Event will be forbidden to start.
8.5 Any vehicle found to be in an un-roadworthy condition at any time during the Event will not be allowed to continue.
8.6 Passengers may be carried at an additional cost up to the maximum number for which proper seating is provided. Additional passengers must be notified to the Event Organisers at the earliest opportunity. The Event Organisers cannot guarantee that requests for additional passengers can be accommodated on the Event.
9. Outside Assistance
9.1 Cars and Drivers are permitted to receive outside assistance if required.
10. Start
10.1 A generous overall time-allowance will be given. 10.2 The starting order will be at the organiser’s discretion. 10.3 Cars will leave the Start at intervals of one minute as instructed by the Start Marshall. 10.4 The starting time will be forwarded with the final instructions for the Event. 10.5 Any car starting late will be deemed to have started at their allocated time.
11. Check Points
11.1 The route will have Check Points that will be shown in the Route Book.
11.2 Each Check Point will be open for a period that the Event Organisers deem to be appropriate.
11.3 Opening and closing time will be advised to each entrant at the start of each day.
12. Finish
The Finish of the Event will be at The Rosslea Hall Hotel, Country House Hotel, Rhu, Loch Lomond, G84 8NF tel:- 01436 439955on Sunday 4th September 2017.
13. Event Souvenir
Each Crew will receive a Souvenir to be handed out at Dinner on Sunday 24th September 2017.
14. Instruction and Communications
14.1 Any additional instructions will be deemed to be an appendix to and have the same powers as these Regulations.
14.2 All official notifications affecting an Entrant or Driver will be confirmed in writing to the person concerned wherever possible.
15. Jurisdiction
15.1 Stewards of the Event
15.2 Have absolute discretion in the application and amendment of a penalty for any breach of these Regulations.
15.3 May implement decisions on any matter not provided for in these Regulations.
16. Penalties
16.1 The Penalty for any: – Breach of these Regulations Car found to be ineligible at any time Breach of traffic law Prejudicial behavior or conduct Matter not specified by these Regulations May be one, or a combination of the following:- A reprimand Exclusion from the Event
17. Postponement or Cancellation
17.1 The Event organisers reserve the right to cancel or postpone the Event or any part thereof should circumstances arise which cause such action desirable or necessary. In such circumstances the return of fees, in whole or part, will be at the discretion of the Stewards.
18. Protests and Appeals
18.1 Protests and Appeals must be made in writing and handed to the Clerk of the Course.
18.2 Only the Entrant has the right to Appeal.
18.3 Not withstanding the rights of the Entrant to, protests will be considered by the organisers as not being within the spirit of the Event and may be viewed with disfavor.
19. Holiday Insurance
19.1 Incase of unforeseen circumstances resulting in an entrant being unable to attend the Highland 3 day Classic Tour, it is recommended that the Entrant and the Co-driver take out suitable UK holiday insurance as no refund in part or in full can be offered.
20. Data Protection Act 1984
20.1 Information on this Event, involving entrants, is held on computer but is used only for Club purposes in connection with motor-sport activities.
21. Officials Stewards
Clerk of the Course Mike Raven Tel 01772 862364
Assistant Clerk of the Course Owen Drew
Chief Marshal John Hartley
Secretary of Meeting Catherine Raven
                                                                              APPLICATION FORM
IMDEMNIFICATION
By signing the form below the persons indicated on this form below indicate that:
The persons detailed below have read the supplementary regulations issued for the 2017 Highland 3 Day Classic Tour and agree to be bound by them and by the General Regulations of the Motor Sports Association Ltd. In consideration of the acceptance of this entry and of being permitted to take part in the 2017 Highland 3 Day Classic Tour, the persons indicated below agree to save harmless and keep indemnified, The Motor Sports Association Ltd, The 2017 Highland Classic Tour, any such person(s) or bodies or other representatives which may by authorised by the 2017 Highland 3 Day Classic Tour or the Motor Sports Association Ltd, to promote the 2017 Highland Classic Tour, from all actions, claims, costs expenses and demands in respect of death and personal injury to themselves or other third parties, howsoever caused arising out of or in connection with this entry or their taking part in the 2017 Highland Classic Tour, and notwithstanding that the same may have been contributed to or occasioned by the negligence of the said bodies, their officials, servants, representatives or agents.
Furthermore, in respect of any parts of the 2017 Highland 3 Day Classic Tour held on ground where third party insurance is not required by law this agreement shall, in addition to the parties named above, extend to all other participant(s), their servants, representatives and agents and to all actions, claims, costs, expenses of their own, their driver(s), and passenger(s).
The persons named below also declare that any use of vehicles entered is covered by insurance as required by English Law, which is valid for parts of the 2017 Highland Classic Tour as shall take place on roads and public highways as defined by the Law.
Please Print using BLOCK CAPITALS (Except for the Signature boxes)
                                                         Entrant/Driver                                                      Co-Driver
Surname                                 …………………………………………………                               ………………………………………………..
First name                              ………………………………………………..                                ………………………………………………..
Address                                 ………………………………………………..                                ………………………………………………..
Town                                     ………………………………………………..                                ………………………………………………..
County                                  ………………………………………………..                                ………………………………………………..
Post Code                             ………………………………………………..                                ………………………………………………..
Day Tel:                                ………………………………………………..                                ………………………………………………..
Eve Tel:                                ………………………………………………..                                 ………………………………………………..
Email:                                  ………………………………………………..                                 ………………………………………………..
Signature                             ………………………………………………..                                ………………………………………………..
Car Make                             ………………………………………………..
Car Model                            ………………………………………………..
Year of Manufacture            ………………………………………………..
Cubic Capacity                    ………………………………………………..
The Entry fee is £755 per vehicle (in line with section 6 of the supplementary regulations). A £155 deposit is payable on application. The balance of £600 is payable by 22nd July 2017. Entries must be submitted on the official Entry Form, signed by the Entrant, and accompanied by the requisite fee.
Cheques are to made payable to:- HIGHLAND 3 DAY and sent to:- M A Raven 22 Woodplumpton Lane, Broughton, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 5JJ.
Deposit                                        £155
Balance                                        £600
Day 0                                           £55
Should we need to contact somebody urgently whilst you are on the event, please supply details below:
Name                                          ………………………………………………..
Address                                      ………………………………………………..
                                                   ………………………………………………..
Telephone No :-                        ………………………………………………..
Data Protection Act 1984
Definitions:
Event: The 2017 Highland Classic Tour
 The Event makes use of computer based records to enable it to carry out the administrative work required by the Event.
 Such details are stored on computer files and these files may be processed for the benefit of the Event. The information stored is restricted solely to basic details required to run an efficient event. Confidential information concerning any person is not sought after or stored in records used by the Event.
 The Event guarantees that any information held on computer is intended for use by the Event only and that information will not be disclosed to any third party other than those in the course of the Event. Under no circumstances will address lists, or any other such information be sold or given to any commercial undertaking for whatever reason.
 Any person who has provided details to the Event is entitled to obtain full details of any records held by the Event of themselves by applying in writing to the Event organisers. Similarly any record appertaining to any individual will be modified if any errors are found or identified.
 Any person may insist that no data or information concerning themselves be held by the Event in the form of computer records. It must be stressed however, that any use of computers by the Event is intended to enhance the work of the Event organisers.
 In case of cancellation by the entrant It is recommended that the entrant and the co driver carries suitable holiday insurance that covers them in the UK as a refund will not be possible.

 

Coast to Coast 2016

Pictures from the start and finish of this years Coast to Coast have been added to the gallery.

The twenty fourth running of this popular event started again from the lovely art deco Midland Hotel in Morecambe and made its way by a wonderful scenic route to Hunley Hall Hotel and Golf Club on the East coast just South of Redcar.

Not blessed by good weather at the start, things became damper as the cars motored their way up the hills to the coffee stop at the Shap Wells Hotel, and then on to the lunch halt at Akebar Park, between Leyburn and Bedale on the A683. Better weather here allowed the crews to enjoy picnics and chats to chums old and new, then off again via the Cleveland Hills and the North York Moors, with all it’s stunning scenery, to the destination to be greeted by the Mayor of Redcar Councillor Barry Hunt, and club officials.

 The routine was then fairly straightforward, park the car, find the bar, and enjoy the excellent buffet. After which there was the presentation of trophies with the following awards being presented. The Mayor’s Trophy to Richard Wilkinson with his Fraser Nash BMW, The Presidents award to Paul Kennady with his Porsche, and a Special award to David Cuff, Event Secretary, who fulfilled his role admirably, in spite of one or two problems. In the evening the weather turned positively tropical! And many of the participants took the opportunity to sit outside to enjoy the odd libation and to admire the wonderful sea views