SCCoN Midsummer Vintage & Classic Car Run

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West Suffolk Motor Club Autosolo

17th July Details here

AMSC Autosolo

5th June Details here

GBMC -Wickford Auto Club Targa

West Suffolk Motorsport Club

was founded in 1966 to promote motor sport in the local area. The Club organises a variety of events throughout the year, with members competing at all levels from club events including travelling abroad. We meet at the Horringer Social Club every Wednesday night at 8.30pm. Newcomers are very welcome, lots of help and advice available

Autosolos – Autotests

An excellent low cost way of getting started competing in motor sport

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Only a few days left until the next round of the 2016 Anglia Motor Sport Club Targa Championship which is being held at RAF Woodbridge. We once again have several of our members both competing and marshalling. A Targa Rally is where a driver and navigator work together in an event which makes rallying accessible to standard road cars. The idea is to get round each course as quickly as possible in the correct order. No special equipment is required, making it low cost and idea for newcomers to motorsport. Please get in contact if you would like to know more. ...

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A number of snaps from the South Suffolk Classic which started in North Street in Sudbury, travelled to the MOD Police Museum at Wethersfield, then to Anglesey Abbey and finished at the South Suffolk Show at Ingham. ...

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The South Suffolk Classic Run

May 8, 2016, 8:00am

The annual South Suffolk Classic is once again being co-promoted by West Suffolk Motorsport Club and Eastern Counties Motor Club and this year the event starts in North Street in the centre of Sudbury, which will be specially closed for the event! From the start the route heads south towards Braintree where we have been granted special permission to visit the private collection of Police Vehicles at the MOD Police Training Centre at Wetherfield. From here we head towards Cambridge to the beatiful National Trust property of Anglesey Abbey with it's gardens and working water mill. The route is about 85 miles with only a small A-road mileage.

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