Club Triumph Autosolo at Gaydon Sunday May 8th 2016
Club Triumph are organising an Autosolo at the Motor Heritage Centre, Gaydon just off the M40 on Sunday May 8th. Having missed out on organising an Autosolo last year due to problems with the venue we are pleased to be able to run one again this year at this new venue.
If you haven't taken part in one of these events before and are not too sure what an Autosolo entails, there is a brief description on the Blyton section below and a much fuller one on the Comps section of the website which you can reach from the top navigation bar on this page.
An entry form and Regs are also available there or by using the link pasted into the Gaydon Autosolo thread on the forum. Suffice it to say that it's a lot of fun, a cheap day's entry level (this means simple) motor sport and you do not need a specially prepared car. So if you fancy trying your hand at something different which isn't too taxing on car or driver, why not enter today?
The Ecosse Challenge 2016
The Ecosse Challenge , promoted by CCHMSC, is set for the 4th and 5th June 2016. Starting in Longtown, the event will take the entrants of this fine event across the Borders and Trossachs before the first nights stop at The New Lanark Heritage A few tests and regularities will be enjoyed and the second days driving will take the cars and crews across many more unencountered roads back towards the Sottish border Enjoyed by many CT members in the past events ,this is a well arranged event for all tastes.
Further details can be found at http://www.caledonianmsc.freeuk.com/Docs/ecosse16/Regs_ecosse_challenge_2016.pdf The organiser is Jim Paterson
Blyton AutoSolo 15th July
As a curtain raiser for the Standard Triumph Marque Day on Sunday July 17th and as part of the TR Register International Weekend Club Triumph is proud to announce a 'taster' autosolo on Friday 15th July.
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The Northern Run AKA Border Raiders 2016
On the weekend of 6th and 7th August Club Triumph and allied clubs entrants will once again be heading North on the annual 'Border Raiders' event. The Friday night prior, 5th, will be the Pendle and Pennine Area meeting, which will again play host to visitors from other areas who will be staying overnight at The Old Stone Trough, prior to setting off the following morning.
After a traditional breakfast, entrants will depart into the beautiful lanes heading ever Northwards towards the Scottish Borders and an overnight stay in the Dumfries area. The Sunday's return day, will head back towards The OST along an equally scenic route Southwards, taking in Yorkshire Dales, and other beautiful areas of the North. Accomodation can be booked for the night of the 5th, or arrive early for breakfast on the 6th prior to departure.
Don't miss this highly social weekend drive...... For further information see the CT calander of events or contact the organiser, Martin Randle.
25th Round Britain Reliability Run
Entry for the 25th running of the Club Triumph Round Britain Reliability Run was officially announced at the NEC Classic Car show on the 14th November ,the event celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2016, marking 50 years since now club president Derek Pollock with close friend and fellow Triumph stalwart Les Mills, hit upon the idea of driving 2,000 miles non-stop round Britain whilst they were watching the 1966 Le-Mans 24hr endurance event...the first Round Britain was held later that year, the rest, as they say is 'History'. It has now become a truly iconic two yearly event for all Triumph car owners.
The event will start from its traditional North London venue the evening of the 7th of October 2016 and will finish at Kenbworth House 48hrs later on the Sunday evening.
To Mark the 50th anniversary the RBRR team are aiming to make it the best yet with a route revisiting some of the 1966 roads, the finish venue has been moved to Knebwoth house for post run celebrations, a book is also being written covering the 25 events over the last 50 years dedicated to the cars and the many characters that have taken part over those years.
The entry is currently limited to 130 cars and filling fast -just imagine 130 Triumphs firing up at the start, the noise and atmosphere in that North London car park is one that has to be experienced. Details on how to enter can be found within the website under the RBBR banners, the event also has a dedicated Blog, Facebook page and Club Triumph website forum page to allow you to keep up with the latest news and talk with fellow entrants
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