Autocross Marshals Required for 23rd October
Cramlington District Motorclub are holding their Final Autocross Race Day of
2016 on the 23rd October and are looking for marshals to help. We are looking for marshals with any or no experience as we can buddy you with an experienced marshal on the day.
Sunday 23rd October is the last race of the 2016 ANECCC season being held by Cramlington District Motorclub. We are looking for marshals of any experience to help marshal the event, being trackside for all the racing action!
The event takes place at Causey Park, 10 minutes North of Morpeth in Northumberland. The postcode is NE61 3EP. It will be arrowed off the A1.
As a marshal you will recieve a Free food bag that includes a bottle of water, packet of crisps, chocolate bar and some biscuits. Each marshal will also recieve a Free food voucher for our onsite burger van that will entitle you to some food and a drink of your choice. Best of all you will be trackside throughout the day up close to all the action!
If you would like to marshal or would like further information please get in touch with myself Keir Scott or Steve Hart at firstname.lastname@example.org or Steviehart31@yahoo.co.uk
Cramlington and District Motor Club
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Why not come along to one of our Motor Club nights and brighten up the middle of your week?
Whickham and District Motor Club meet every Wednesday evening from around 8:30pm at the Kibblesworth Workmens Club, a local village venue offering a friendly welcome and extremely reasonable prices to all our members.
A Wednesday evening at WDMC is not just about meeting up for a drink and a chat - or a "Noggin and Natter", we try to have something happening at the Club each time we meet.
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WDMC to Support Junior Stage Rally Competitors
WDMC will support the clubs junior stage rally competitors with a £100 bonus being paid to the highest placed junior driver and co-driver in the overall classification of the Stage Rally Championship at the end of 2015. The winners will then be able to use the bonus to offset entry fees on WDMC organised or co-promoted events in 2016. For example the bonus could be put towards the cost of an entry on the Cheviot or Border Counties Rallies or used to enter a number of 12 Car Rallies.
Full details of the scheme are contained within the regulations for the 2015 Club Stage Rally Championship. A Junior is defined as a club member aged 29 or younger on the 1st January 2015 and regulations require an eligible member to notify the championship co-ordinator before starting their first event and also to marshal on at least one MSA sanctioned event during 2015.
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Motorists who use their phones while driving are set to face much tougher penalties under new government proposals – and repeat offenders are likely to be banned from the roads. Click the link below to read more about this long overdue change in the law.
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WDMC is Pride of the North-East
Whickham and District Motor Club, whose chairman Ollie Currie is from Hexham, have been rewarded for their continuous efforts to support British motorsport after winning the National Motorsport Week Club of the Year 2015 at the prestigious Motorsport Business Excellence Awards at the NEC, Birmingham.
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Events Whickham & District Motor Club are involved in organising.
Border Counties Rally
Co-promotion between Whickham & District Motor Club and Hawick and Borders Car Club.
Cheviot Stages Rally
Tarmac event run over the Otterburn ranges, in co-promotion with Hadrian Motor Club.
Classic and Targa rally held around the beautiful Northumberland countryside.
A production car auto test run twice a year in Tranwell Woods, near Morpeth.
Would you like to start in Motorsport?
If you would like to get started in Motorsport, then you are quite lucky as the RACMSA has a specific website just for you. Full of helpful hints and tips and advice to help get you started, its a valuable resource and learning tool to help anyone who fancies getting a bit more involved. Who knows - you just might be the next Motorsport Superstar!
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The Club meets every Wednesday night at Kibblesworth Workmen's Club - new members are always welcome.