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Autosolo Events 2019
For some time the Midland Centre has been looking for a site to run an Autosolo. This is a forward only version of an autotest ideal for unmodified road cars, they must be driven to the event and have an MOT, although this can vary depending on the regulations. The rules allow for a passenger as young as 12 and a driver aged 14, though not in the same car!  Curborough is the venue we have in mind, and the MGCC already has an invitation from the Cannock and District Car Club to compete there. If you want a fun day out then visit www.cdcc.org.uk or see them on Facebook. An ideal opportunity to exercise your daily driver and still get to work on Monday morning.   

There are two dates remaining in 2019 which are open to MG Car Club members. Entry fees are around £30 per driver -

3 November  -  The 'Guy Fawkes Revenge' PCA

28 December  -  The 'Stuff The Turkey' PCA

Other events may be open to MGCC members, but may not be held at Curborough. Anyone interested in taking part in any of these events should contact the Cannock & District Car Club directly. Their website contains details of entry forms and regulations. Please refer to link below -  https://www.cdcc.org.uk/  -  and then click on the 'Events/Social' tab.

 

Classic Car Evenings at the Black Country Living Museum

The Black Country Living Museum in Dudley is hosting a series of classic car evenings throughout August. Each evening will be dedicated to cars from a particular era - 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s, and MGCC members are invitied to join in. Entry is by advance reservation only and is free. For further details, please click on the link below which will open a Word document displaying the entry form -

 

Black Country Museum Friday Booking Form 2019

 

 

Midget Register Road Run 1st September 2019
The Midget Register has announced that its 2019 Road Run will take place on Sunday, September 1st, starting at the Fosseway Garden Centre, Moreton-in-Marsh, and finishing at Claydon House & Gardens, just south of Buckingham. The entry fee is advertised at £26 for 2 people in one car.  Claydon House is a National Trust property, so entry to the house is free for NT members (donít forget your cards)or at a discounted cost of £6 for non-members, and the event entry fee of £26 includes entry to the gardens. For further details, visit the Midget Register website - www.midgetregister.com/events/mgcc-midget-register-road-run-2-2-2/?eID=16770e

 

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Midland Centre Autumn Trial 13 October 2019
Itís that time again when the MGCC Midland Centre lays on not one but two trials. 13th October 2019 sees us at East Lodge Farm near Bromsgrove where the club will organise its Annual Autumn Trial and a Taster Trial for newcomers to the sport.  

The Autumn Trial is in its 53rd year, the first 50 took place at Burton Dassett.   East Lodge Farm presents just as good a challenge.

The Taster Trial is in its 3rd year and is a popular event that introduces newcomers to low cost grass roots motor sport. It will run alongside the Autumn Trial. It is supported by the MSUK Ltd Go Motor Sport initiative that provides indemnity for the day for non-club members, minimum age is 14. Put a smile on your kidís faces with a day out behind the wheel, they are the competitors of the future.

The event will again take place on the non-damaging grassy slopes at East Lodge Farm, Fox Lane, Bromsgrove, Worcs.   The Taster targets newcomers and young drivers who have not yet competed in a clubman passenger car trial, minimum age 14, so trialling Dads please bring along your offspring in a daily driver or trials car! Instruction can be given by experienced drivers, with practice on introductory sections and coned tests.  In the afternoon we run a short competition.  Also, hereís an opportunity for an experienced driver whoís purchased a new steed over the summer to give it a shake down. Public roads will NOT be used to link sections.   All sections will be on private land.

It will be a busy day because the BTRDA will run the final round of its trials championship at the same venue. This benefits everybody because shortage of suitable land for single venue events means sharing is a sensible way forward. This extends to organisation too, so if you are unable to enter donít hesitate to help as a marshal.

Put the date in your diary, we look forward to seeing you.

All the documents are now available on this website - go to our 'Events' page, look for October, and you will find several sets of documents there as PDF files - some are for the main Trial, others are for the 'Taster Trial' element. Please download, complete, and return a.s.a.p. For further information, click on links below - documents in 'Word' format  -

Autumn & Taster Promo 19

Taster Intro 19


Holly Run 15 December
The West Midlands Morgan 3-Wheeler Club will once again be organising their annual end-of-season Holly Run on Sunday, 15 December. This may be your last opportunity to get some miles on your MG before Christmas. This year's Run will start from the Waggon & Horses public house on the A491 Stourbridge-Kidderminster road, post code DY10 3NX. Classic or out-of-the-ordinary cars welcome.That's all we know for now - further details will be posted here when received.




 

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