Apr
1
Sun
Daffodil Run @ Start from McDonalds Clifton Moor
Apr 1 all-day

A 95 mile scenic run finishing at the Yorkshire Air Museum at Elvington

 

Apr
7
Sat
MGCC Race Meeting-Silverstone @ Silverstone National
Apr 7 all-day

Spectators are welcome at all MG Car Club race meetings, with tickets available from the individual circuits. We operate with open paddocks, pits and grandstands, allowing visitors to get the full motorsport experience. Parade laps take place during the lunch break, giving car club members the opportunity to drive their beloved MG around the circuit.

 

Apr
15
Sun
Harewood Hillclimb @ Harewood Hillclimb
Apr 15 all-day

The MG Car Club Speed Championship enters it’s 31st season in 2018; organised by the MGCC North West Centre the Speed Championship provides club members with access to low cost motor sport in which their cars are competitive. By providing classes for all models of MG (and AH Sprites) with progressive modifications allowed, and with the emphasis on friendly competition, we hope to encourage more club members into affordable motorsport; one day this could be you!

Whether you are new to speed events or a seasoned campaigner there will be something for you in the Championship.
All novices should start by reading the excellent beginners guide. You can apply for the mandatory MSA licence on-line but once bitten by the ‘speed bug’ you’ll want to emulate Chris Cooper and his ‘bit of a brute‘.

You can choose to compete for trophies in either the Northern Series or the Southern Series Championship. Series events take place mostly north or south of Longbridge respectively but with some common  venues such as Silverstone, where drivers score points for their chosen series only. All drivers also compete for the top award, the National Championship, for which points gained at any venue irrespective of its geographical location count.  All awards are presented at the North West and South West Centres’ Dinners:-

The 2018 calendar will include links to event regs and entry forms.
News and views are shared via competitors email list, our on-line discussion forum and a facebook group.

Origins and history of the championship.(opens in new tab)

Contacts

Coordinator:
John Wilman
Beechfield, Fern Bank,
Chapel en le Frith, High Peak  SK23 0JJ
Tel 01298 812272
Scrutineer: 
Paul Loveridge
Apr
22
Sun
DRIVE it DAY
Apr 22 all-day

Check with your natter leader for details

The format for the day is a tried and tested formula. The Federation sets the date each year (as close as possible to the anniversary of the 1000 Mile Trial) and publicises the event nationally. The many clubs that comprise the Federation’s membership then plan and schedule regional and local events throughout the country. The events are as varied as the vehicles taking part and include Drive Outs, Rallies, and meetings at local beauty spots or historic sites.

Apr
28
Sat
MGCC Racing-Brands Hatch @ Brands Hatch Indy
Apr 28 – Apr 29 all-day

Spectators are welcome at all MG Car Club race meetings, with tickets available from the individual circuits. We operate with open paddocks, pits and grandstands, allowing visitors to get the full motorsport experience. Parade laps take place during the lunch break, giving car club members the opportunity to drive their beloved MG around the circuit.

 

May
5
Sat
Caledonian Centre – 3 Day Tour @ Westerwood Hotel
May 5 – May 7 all-day

 

This year’s May three day run will be based round the Borders in the beautiful region of Dumfries and Galloway.

Starting on the Saturday at the Westerwood Hotel near Cumbernauld, we will enjoy a leisurely drive towards the Borders area to the beautiful Cally Palace Hotel and Golf Club which we will have exclusive use of for the entire three day event.

The Cally Palace boasts fantastic leisure leisure facilities including a swimming pool, gym and golf course.

Saturday night will include canapes, dinner and entertainment.

Sunday will be for you to either enjoy your MG or enjoy the Cally! For those who want to play with their toys, we will have a run taking in various scenic areas including the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse, an ideal place for a bite to eat while you take in the sights and sounds of the Scottish coast.

Taking in Port Patrick we will wind our way back to The Cally Palace with the opportunity to use the superb facilities or maybe have a quiet pre dinner drink to prepare for the evenings festivities.

Monday will see us say farewell to The Cally Palace and head off on a run to Gretna Green where the shopping outlets/coffee may attract. Finally, a glorious run through Liddlesdale to Jedburgh  where our tour will end with lunch.

The cost for this event is £75 per car (driver and passenger) or £45 for driver only cars and £30 for any additional passengers over and above Driver and passenger. Hotel booking details are as follows and remember, this includes dinner, bed, breakfast and the full use of the leisure facilities :-

£85 per person per night based on 2 people sharing
£130 per person per nightFor a double or twin room with single occupancy
There are also 3 single rooms available at £85 per person per night

A 20% non refundable deposit will be required by the hotel at the time of booking. Please do not book your hotel room until your place on the run has been confirmed.

This will be a very popular run so book early to avoid disappointment!

May
13
Sun
Wolds Way Run @ Rose Bowl
May 13 all-day

 

We invite you to take part in the 23rd Wolds Way Run.  A full day adventure social event open to  MG and all Sports and Classic Cars.

Travel around 100 miles on a new route through the beautiful Yorkshire Wolds, starting and finishing in Hull, City of Culture with prominent, specially reserved parking areas in Queen’s Gardens and Fruit Market, Hull’s modern, vibrant and unique culture quarter.

You have the option to dine at the well regarded Cerutti’s at the end of the run.  The restaurant specialises in seafood (well, we are in Hull!) is opposite the Victoria Pier, and opening especially for the entrants on the Wolds Way Run. Please indicate if you are interested in dining on the entry form and you shall be sent details.

We are delighted to again have the support and sponsorship of Maple Garage who will have new MG cars to view and several cars entered.

Entry fees are MGCC members £15; non-members £20.  To be recorded in the route book please  send your entry by 21st April.

A donation from the proceeds will be made to the charities Yorkshire Cancer Research and Dove House Hospice.

MG and all Sports and Classic cars are welcome at our events.

Please visit:

MG Car Club Yorkshire Centre, events, entry forms, natters  www.mgccyorkshire.co.uk

Hull UK City of Culture https://www.hull2017.co.uk

Maple Garage  http://www.maplegarage.co.uk

Cerutti’s http://www.ceruttis.co.uk/hull

 

Regards

Chris Moore

MGCC Yorkshire Centre Wolds Way Run Entry Secretary

 

 

 

May
20
Sun
MG by the Sea @ GABBICE MARE ITALY
May 20 – May 28 all-day

Contact; Letizia Vincenzett @ info@gabiccemareturismo.com

For details and booking forms

 

Scammonden Hillclimb @ Scammonden Dam
May 20 all-day

The MG Car Club Speed Championship enters it’s 31st season in 2018; organised by the MGCC North West Centre the Speed Championship provides club members with access to low cost motor sport in which their cars are competitive. By providing classes for all models of MG (and AH Sprites) with progressive modifications allowed, and with the emphasis on friendly competition, we hope to encourage more club members into affordable motorsport; one day this could be you!

Whether you are new to speed events or a seasoned campaigner there will be something for you in the Championship.
All novices should start by reading the excellent beginners guide. You can apply for the mandatory MSA licence on-line but once bitten by the ‘speed bug’ you’ll want to emulate Chris Cooper and his ‘bit of a brute‘.

You can choose to compete for trophies in either the Northern Series or the Southern Series Championship. Series events take place mostly north or south of Longbridge respectively but with some common  venues such as Silverstone, where drivers score points for their chosen series only. All drivers also compete for the top award, the National Championship, for which points gained at any venue irrespective of its geographical location count.  All awards are presented at the North West and South West Centres’ Dinners:-

The 2018 calendar will include links to event regs and entry forms.
News and views are shared via competitors email list, our on-line discussion forum and a facebook group.

Origins and history of the championship.(opens in new tab)

Contacts

Coordinator:
John Wilman
Beechfield, Fern Bank,
Chapel en le Frith, High Peak  SK23 0JJ
Tel 01298 812272
Scrutineer: 
Paul Loveridge
CANADA RUN @ Masons Arms
May 20 @ 9:00 am – 4:30 pm

The run will include a course around World War Two 6(RCAF) Bomber Group airfields in the Vale of York, with opportunity to visit “watering holes”and memorials on or near airfields.