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Next Event: Open Time Trial
Sunday 27th January 2019
Binegar Quarry, BA3 4TJ
More details here

Dear All,
I hope you all had a great Christmas and a Happy New Year! Just a reminder for a few upcoming changes and events:

- CCV Drivers: As of 1st January 2019, all fire extinguishers must show a service label proving that the extinguisher is in date and has been serviced to manufacturers guidelines or every 24 months, whichever is sooner.  

- Next Event: RTV and CCV at Binegar Quarry, CCV CLERKS REQUIRED

- MSA: The MSA is now known as MotorSportUK

- ALRC Letters: November 2018, Meeting and Scrutineering and Off Road Committee Minutes are now available.
Links here: Letter     EGM Minutes     SORC Minutes

- Motorsport UK Rule Implementation: 

    60.5.1 The engine must not produce visible smoke or exhaust emissions during the event; however reasonable
    emissions, such as the occasional “puff” are tolerated. Any official of the event is empowered to judge this.
    If the competitor is unable to affect a solution during the event they shall be disqualified from the competition.
    Extensive discussion in the SORC Minutes as linked above.

- Q Class: The ALRC have decided to continue the Q Class trial for a further two years for RTV only.

- Annual Prize Giving: Sunday 16th Feb - More details and menu here

- OPEN Timed Trial: Sunday 27th January Entry is now open. More details here

- 2019 Events Calendar: OUT NOW on Event Calendar page

Cheers, Will
Comp Sec


Who are the Somerset and Wiltshire Land Rover Club:


 Established many years ago the Somerset and Wiltshire Land Rover Club is a way for enthusiasts to meet on a monthly basis and use their beloved vehicles for the purpose they were designed and built!

 We run competitions every second Sunday of the month and all are welcome - either as spectators or participants. We are an ALRC affiliated club, therefore must comply with all of their regulations.

 The competitions are divided into two categories - RTV & CCV. RTV is designed for all Road Taxed Vehicles and is essentially a non-damaging drive over a tough and challenging course, pitted against similar vehicles. The CCV or Cross-Country Vehicle class is much more challenging and may cause damage, the vehicles which take part in this are invariably specialised and the drivers are invariably a bit... well...

For more information please visit the About Us page, and

 PLEASE check the guidance page before turning up expecting to trial for the first time.



 
 
 


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