Busy month for motor club
Weston Motor Club have a busy month ahead, with two events coming up.
WESTON Motor Club will be busy this month when on July 8 they support National Motor Sport Week in Princess Royal Square, Weston, and then a week later (July 14/15) they will be organising rounds seven and eight of the Southern Counties Autocross Championship.
The governing body of British Motor Sport, the Motor Sport Association (MSA), is promoting National Motor Sport Week from June 30 to July 8 and Weston Motor Club will be supporting the week with a special exhibition of club motor sport cars belonging to the members and representing all aspects of motor sport.
Following the exhibition, the club swings into action with the Weston Autocross being held on the Old Airfield on July 14/15.
More than 40 top autocross drivers from the South West and South Wales will be competing over the two days over a demanding course. Autocross is the grass version of Sandocross and spectators should not miss these two days of spectacular club motor sport. There is no charge for admission, everyone is welcome.
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Weston Motor Club meets on the first Thursday of each month at Ollie’s Caf� at Brent Knoll. Members of the public interested in joining a motor club are welcome to join club members for a good evening of chat and debate.
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