Forrestburn: 25-26 June 2016 Hill Climb

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The 2016 Hill Climb Season at Forrestburn is with us. The Supplementary Regulations and Entry Form are now available for these events which will consist of two double-headers on 25-26 June and 27-28 August 2016. We are only taking entries for the June events at this time and the details of these and how to enter are on our events page. and here.

We really would appreciate it if everyone used our online entry system as it cuts down the amount of work we have to do in organising the event. It takes a lot of time and effort to type barely legible hand written entries into the system – you know who you are.

You can enter these hill climb events from the marvellous online system which you can access from here. We have retained the option to download the form as a PDF, print it, fill it in with a Biro and send it back to Marion in the time-honoured manner. You also have the option to fill in the PDF digitally on your computer then print it and send it to Marion with your cheque. Isn’t technology wonderful?

We are looking for a record entry again this year so get clicking!

Forrestburn Track Night: 18 May 2016

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At last – a classic bit of Forrestburn weather – not so much four seasons in one day as two seasons in one day; unfortunately they were autumn and winter. There were quite a few no-shows as well – there names have been entered in a Black Book and there will be repercussions.

Anyway David Baxter braved the elements to bring you this photogallery. Be grateful.

MSCC Autotest 8 May 2016

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John Crae sent us a big collection of images from the Autotest held at Forrestburn on 8 May 2016 – here is a selection but if you want to see more please get in touch.

The Flying Scotsman Rally 2016 at Forrestburn

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Saturday 16 April saw a fabulous collection of cars at Forrestburn. The Flying Scotsman Rally departed from Belvoir Castle, an idyllic East Midlands location set in 16,000 acres of beautiful parkland. Three days of glorious Vintage motoring encompassed the Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Wolds then onwards to the North and beyond via Northumberland and some of Scotland’s finest Lochs and Glens, then Forrestburn before arriving at the Gleneagles Hotel.

Here is a photo-shoot from Chris Nicholson who captured the event and provided us with these great images.

Season Opener 2016

MSCC Season Opener at Forrestburn 10 April 2016
Sunday 10 April saw Forrestburn Speed Hill Climb in use for the first time in 2016. The Season Opener was well attended and a good time was had by all. There may be more words later and certainly more images. Meantime here is a selection from Trish and Donald MacDonald, the Clubs fastest photographers from event to publishing who jetted in from a Morgan event to take these.

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