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NWF Agriculture SACC Challenge Autotest  11 Dec 2016

The 2016 SACC Challenge Autotest will be run by South of Scotland Car Club on 11th December, at NWF Agriculture, Hangar 8, Heathhall Industrial Estate, Dumfries, DG1 3PH.

The event will include a Clubmans permit Autotest and a Production Car Autotest.

Entries are open to members of any SACC club, on production of a current membership card.

The entry fee is £10 for an adult, £5 for a junior, and £5 for an adult accompanying a junior.

 Class 1 unmodified front drive up to 1400cc
 Class 2 unmodified front drive over 1400cc
 Class 3 unmodified rear drive up to 1300cc
 Class 4 unmodified rear drive over 1300cc
 Class 5 specials/modified cars/4wheel drive or cars retrofitted with a limited slip diff

The entries secretary for the meeting is miss Kelsey Gillespie and can be contacted on 07732 666215 or by email to kelseygillespie@btinternet.com

Regulations can be found in the Downloads section below.



Top Class Autotests - 23rd-24th July 2016

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South of Scotland CC are running an MSA/BTRDA  Autotest round at Dumfries on 23rd July. Last year this was voted the best event in the BTRDA Championship.

The following day, Sun 24 July,  they are running the Maximum Attack Autotest which will be the 2016 MSA Inter-Association Autotest event, open to teams of three drivers from each of the 13 Regional Associations across the UK.

Regulations and entry forms are in the Downloads section of this page.


Maximum Attack Charity Banner -Gordon Clendinning and Kris Meeke

Maximum Attack Charity - Gordon Clendinning and Kris Meeke

SCOTTISH ASSOCIATION OF CAR CLUBS AUTOSOLO CHALLENGE


The Scottish Association of Car Clubs is supporting an exciting new Autosolo series in 2016.

Cars used must be road going (tax, MOT, and insured) and courses will be all forwards, “open” and 

not require specialised manoeuvres such as spin turns. The design, numbering, and marking of 

gates, slaloms etc will also make the routes easy to follow. Compared to traditional auto tests, the 

speed through corners may be a little higher and tests a bit longer.

The routes will be published before the event and there will be classes to cater for different car 

types and engine sizes. 

The object is to encourage new competitors to take part and be involved in motor sport, give 

existing competitors quality events to do, raise the profile of club motorsport and provide new 

members for participating clubs.

The first event will be at Knockhill on 20th March 2016 with Glenrothes Motor Sport Club, the 

second at Kames on 5th June with East Ayrshire Car Club, and the third at Ardeer on 21st August 

with Scottish Sporting Car Club.

Autotest/Autosolo Downloads