TMT is particularly keen to advertise and publicise any club events which have relevance for ex-forces personnel. As explained in an earlier article about the VSCC, the club believes that forces-types make ideal event-marshals and they are always pleased to enrol such volunteers for those roles. TMT is in contact with a number of sporting/hobby organisations and will be bringing news of events, social meets, teaching articles etc. We propose to run mini-series on topics such as restoration of a classic car or boat, how to tie fishing-flies, or tips for competiton fishing. The list is potentially endless – and if you, our readers, have any particular interest that you would like to see covered – or if you are a club that would like TMT to publish articles about your activities, please let us know via the contact box at the bottom of the page.
And now back to VSCC events!
VSCC Speed Championship – Round 1 – Curborough Speed Trials: Sunday 6 May – Lichfield, Staffordshire
Curborough marks the debut of this year’s Speed Championship, which incorporates 9 rounds of Sprints and Hill Climbs across the UK. This popular venue not only provides the drivers with a challenging 0.8 mile course, with many twists and turns, it also offers spectators a place to picnic whilst observing the on track excitement. With a sociable start-of-season atmosphere in the paddock, it’s sure to be an enjoyable day for spectators and competitors alike.
VSCC Speed Championship – Round 2 – Wiscombe Park Hill Climb: Saturday 13 May – Colyton, Devon
Just a week after the first round of the 2018 Speed Championship, the VSCC will make its annual trip to Devonshire for the Wiscombe Park Hill Climb. Experience the thrill and excitement of Vintage cars in the scenic beauty of Wiscombe Park. One of the most popular events of the year, spectators can look forward to enjoy the garden party atmosphere and thrilling Hill Climb action in the picturesque parkland.
Formula Vintage – Round 2 – Oulton Park: Saturday 19 May – Tarporley, Cheshire
The VSCC will take to the track at one of the most picturesque and technically challenging circuits in the UK. Oulton Park’s full International configuration will play host to the second round of this year’s Formula Vintage Race series. Races for all Pre-war cars will feature, alongside invited guest grids such as Historic Ferraris, F3 500s and the Morgan Challenge.