MGCC Sprint Hillclimb Series
The Club’s Speed Championship is entering its 31st year and is again this year sponsored by Luffield Cars and organised by the North West Centre. It is the premier one make sprint/hillclimb series… Continue reading
South Yorkshire – Geoff Norcliffe
Our Christmas celebrations were spent with a run out to Harewood House where we took part in a tour of the house depicting Christmas’ past. This was followed with a meal at a local hostelry… Continue reading
November saw a slightly depleted membership enjoying video footage of memorable car chases immortalised on the silver screen. The two highlights were the car chase from the film Bullit, and a splendid piece of film featuring Sir Stirling… Continue reading
North Yorkshire – Colin Brear
After our end of Season Run in October and visit to the Classic Car Show this month, you think ‘where has the year gone!’ The fabulous summer weather resulted in us wanting more soft tops… Continue reading
Members needed to make sure their “little grey cells” were in full working order for our June meeting which took the form of a quiz organised by Mike and Val. This was certainly a quiz with a difference as active… Continue reading
In June we lost our friend and former Natter Leader Alastair Twiby. Alastair was a popular and well respected man who will be very much missed. Alastair supported and organised many events in the Natter and we will be remembering… Continue reading
Heatwave, we are having a heatwave, good news for the Evening Social Runs, Barry and Jan’s foray into Lincolnshire was well supported and the weather superb for the July run, A visit and tour of the Trawler Arctic Corsair is… Continue reading
Our annual Pride of Ownership took place at the June meeting.
A great attendance with over 30 cars including Geoff Morris’s new ZS other marques included a 1954 Beetle a Jaguar and 2 Early Minis.
Chris Falanagan’s 4.6 litre ZT… Continue reading
Tiger Natter – June 2018
The June lunch outing was a re-run of Terry’s “Holderness 2”, everybody agreed it was a pleasant jog around north Holderness and this year after a damp start the sun came out and the… Continue reading