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After historic rallying in the morning the afternoon saw us travel an hour and a half South to East of Herefore for the VSCC Herefordshire Trial. With a total of 4 hills to watch we took in Dean’s Place, with it’s fiendish stop/start at the 13 post, before heading over to the apple orchard farm based Chandos test. With the most modern car being a 1938 Allard 2 Seater Sports the VSCC machines really are tested to their limits. With over 100 cars entered there certainly is plenty to keep the spectators entertained and thankfully most crews finished the hills before the wet and windy weather finally took hold. Read More »

A superb entry of 110 cars started the VSCC Cotswold Trial at Prescott, with over 1000 spectators present to watch the 3 hills. Simon Price and Donald Skelton were Joint winners of the Harold Powell Cup and the Inderwick Cup having both impressively cleared every Section. The other title contenders in this Class Peter Kite, Peter Tierney and Richard Houlgate all finished near the top of the rankings making this one of the most hotly contested events on the VSCC Trial calendar. Read More »

Just a week after our first visit to Shelsley Walsh, we made our first foray to Prescott for the VSCC Cotswold Trial. The day started out overcast and okay but soon descended in to light drizzle that refused to budge for the rest of the day. It made many of the hills very challenging, even at Prescott. Still it all part of the challenge and with multiple classes to fight for here are the trophy winners from the event – The Harold Powell Cup to the overall winner – Wiliam McVicker; the Inderwick Cup to the best Vintage Car – Stephen Fathers; the Cotswold Cup to the best Class 0 Car – George Gosling; and the DHO Spirit of the Cotswold Trial Award – Annie Scaldwell. Read More »

With August usually being light on the rallying front we decided to take in the VSCC meeting at Mallory Park and were pleasantly surprised. The quality of racing was generally good and the commitment was full on. The Mallory Park circuit lends itself to the old style of racing with drafting to the fore. There was everything from Edwardian cars, through pre-War cars and then on to Formula 500 and the very entertaining Morgans. Read More »

• Dedicated meeting place for competitors, preparers and exhibitors
• VSCC joins impressive list of Organisers and Promotors
• Silverstone Classic feature even bigger for 2018
• Conference Programme to top business day on Friday 16 Feb
• Expanded HMI joins The London Classic Car Show in one giant ExCeL hall

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