Spectators – Welcome back to Forrestburn!

Forrestburn Speed Hill Climb - August 2018

With the lifting of Covid restrictions we are delighted to be able to welcome spectators back to Forrestburn. As before, entry is free, and you are welcome to (keeping a respectful distance) wander around the paddock, chat to drivers and see the trackside action from the hill-top. Catering and toilets are available in the paddock. No need to sign in for track and trace, just come on over, we look forward to seeing you

More information can be found here.

Track Day 25th July – Entries Open

You’ll need to be quick off the line as entries are limited but this Sunday we are having a track day. Time to dust down your car and brush up your driving ready for the August Hill Climb, or just to enjoy – from single seaters to daily drives, come and give it a go! Enter here or on events page.

Entries open for Forrestburn Speed Hillclimb June 12th & 13th


Please fill in our online entry form:
This form includes the scrutineering declaration, and allows you to upload
Mot / road fund license / log book / car passport etc.
Better hurry! Entries close at midnight 30th May.
Because of time required by MSUK to process online applications etc. Late entries 
will not be allowed.
Limited to 90 entries.
We look forward to seeing you there!

Work Party – May 1st – 2nd

Cracking good effort from all of you who came to reclaim the track last weekend. Armed with brushes, spades and strimmers, 1.03km of track has been returned to tip top condition ready for the inaugural track day of the season on Sunday 16th May. Keep an eye on social media to find out when the entries open.


Some images from the Tracknight – 5 June 2019

Some images from the Tracknight – 5 June 2019

A good evening was had by all at the MSCC Tracknight on 5 June 2019. There was a great turnout from the club on this wet ‘summer’ night with lots of cars taking part from road cars to custom built machines.

Scottish Motor Sports were there as well and reminded folk on their Facebook page that if people fancy having a go, they just need to join the Club and do it in their road car. There are some rules about helmets and safety but it’s really easy to take part – but you have to get your name on the list early. Next one is 3 July 2019.

Meanwhile here is a photo gallery from Frazer Tich Prentice and Trish McDonald:

Trophy Winners 2011

Trophy Winners 2011

msc -prizegiving

barry-and-brianWe’ve published a Photo Album on our Facebook Page of the Trophy Winners for 2011. The club Champion is Handy Andy-Baillie. This comes from years of experience at top level competitions all over Britain. Well sorted cars and sheer skill do the rest. If you want to improve watch, listen and learn from Handy Andy.  Sorry – forgot about this guy on the left.

We’re all looking forward to the new season and hope to see you at one of the forthcoming events which are detailed here.