Plymouth Motor Club, based, not unsurprisingly, in Plymouth, Devon and formed in
1908, we are the the oldest motor club within the South West of England. As a club
we put on many different events throughout the year, all under the regulations set
out by the Motor Sports Association (MSA), the governing body of motor sport in the
UK. Most of our events are at a ‘grass-
Plymouth Motor Club
The KM Joinery Rover Cup Rally is the next event in the 12 car navigational rally series calendar, Starting from the Crooked Inn on the outskirts of Saltash and covering map 201, MTC1 will be at 9.01 for the first car, where quiets, blackspots and cares etc will be given out together with some route information, with MTC2 opening at 10.01 for car 1 when you will enter the lanes, so you have an hour to plot the route info given between MTC1 and MTC2. Suited for beginners and novices as well as experts, come on out and have some fun in the lanes. Contact Alf Chanter for entries. Scruitineering and signing on from 8pm so get there on time for the earlier than normal start. Contact Alf Chanter for more information
For more information on what Plymouth Motor Club does, check out the various pages and areas covering each discipline, sadly the year is drawing slowly towards a close for the 2015 season although all championships are still open to competitors, so check out the calendar or give one of the committee a call for more information of what's what during the end of this year and the beginning of the next.
The LEJOG (Lands end to John O’Groats classic trial) passes through Werrington Park once again on the Saturday 5th December and we are looking for a band of merry marshals to help us out. For more information on LEJOG go to their website at LEJOG and contact Jay Brown to offer your marshalling services. Gathering at Werrington from 9.45 am.
For the latest motor club magazine Spotlamp, click here and view the month of your choice.
The Final Comus Cup of the year was organised by Kevin Moyses and Christi Terry and took crews around the top end of the south hams, with 4 crews out, the event was won by Ben Parker and Isobel Golightly in their Volvo Estate, full results were
1st Ben Parker/Isobel Golightly
2nd James Ellison
3rd Alf Chanter/Samantha Richards
4th Alan Tomes, Dayna Bull and Christime Pearce
2015 Season Annual awards ceremony and dinner will be held at Boringdon Golf Club on Saturday 16th January 2016, ticket prices and menu to be posted shortly, contact our social secretary Liz Barnecutt for further information and to arrange tickets etc here. Please ensure that all trophies from the 2014 awards year are returned to Alf ASAP to allow engraving etc to be done in plenty of time.