MSCC activities and membership
We have plenty of images to share from today's event at Forrestburn but absolutely no reports from the event. However, it is possible to say that the 2018 Silly Hat Trial was blessed with good weather but perhaps the quality and originality of the hats were less...
Many thanks to those that have already entered the production car trial being held this Sunday at Forrestburn. There is still room for more so please drop me an email if you are planning to attend (otherwise Shonah won’t be able to get you your lunch!) We were very...
The day started with the knowledge that wet as it was it was to get worse. However, we had an excellent turnout for the second last event of the year at Forrestburn. Some 16 entries, a mixed bag of old and modernish. As always we were short of marshals…
Forrestburn Speed Hill Climb
Forrestburn is the first purpose-built speed hill climb track to be built in the United Kingdom since the construction of the facility at Brooklands in 1907. It was planned in the early 1990s as the first phase of a larger motor sport complex including international and club circuits accessed from Junction 5 of the M8 Motorway. With its dramatic scenery, remoteness from centres of population but with proximity to the M8, Forrestburn is an ideal location for a motor sport complex.
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Track and events
The track layout was designed by the founding MSCC committee members with assistance from Derek Ongaro of the RAC MSA and former Scottish Hill Climb Champion Kenny Allan with advice from many others on safety and marshal requirements. The track is 1030 metres in length rising from 221m to 246m AOD with a maximum gradient of 1:4. Forrestburn hosts rounds of the Scottish Hillclimb Championship as well as Production Car Trials, Autotests and Track Nights.
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Getting to Forrestburn
Forrestburn Speed Hill Climb is located just to the north of Forrestburn Reservoir off Forrest Road near Harthill in Central Scotland. The postcode is ML7 4NW. It is 28 miles from Edinburgh and 21 miles from Glasgow. Find out more>