Dukeries Motor Club

Dukeries Motor Club Ltd, which celebrates its 70th anniversary in 2024, is one of the leading motorsport clubs in the East Midlands with an excellent reputation for the organisation of its events. It takes its name from the area of Nottinghamshire known as ‘The Dukeries’ which was once home to five Dukes. 

 

We are very pleased to have been awarded the Motorsport UK Club of the Year accolade for the second time in 2021. 

The club promotes several motorsport events each year including: -   

  • Members Track Day in January at Blyton Park 
  • The 64th Dukeries Rally in March at Donington Park
  • A Single Venue Stage Rally in Summer 2024 
  • The YSTRA Targa Rally in Summer 2024 
  • The Donington Rally in December at Donington Park

Many Dukeries club members are active competitors and their efforts over the years have meant that Dukeries MC or its members have won the East Midlands Association (EMAMC) and the North East Midlands Association (ANEMMC) Championships on many occasions. The club also runs its own popular Dukeries Rally Championship for club competitors with end of season trophies and valuable prizes.

 

Dukeries MC has a dedicated band of marshals who assist with the running of  motorsport events across the UK. The club tries to support this volunteer activity as much as it can and have a club presence where possible. Dukeries MC has been recognised as the Motorsport UK / MSA Club of the Year in 2021 and in 2003, partly due to the support and encouragement it gives to its members whether they are competitors, officials or marshals. 

 

The club meets at Mansfield Rugby Club on Eakring Rd, Mansfield, NG18 3EW on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month.  It only costs £15 per year to be a member of the club, so why not join now? 

 

Visit our club website at www.dukeries-motorclub.co.uk

Bolton Le-Moors Car Club

Formed in 1950, Bolton Le-Moors Car Club Ltd is one of the longest established Car Clubs in the northwest and has, since its formation, promoted events for enthusiasts to enjoy, on both a local and national level.

 

Our first Bolton rally was run in 1960, it has been run in its current format at Oulton Park, since 2012.

 

The club is made up of members who are passionate about Motorsport. In addition to our flagship event, the Salford Van Hire Neil Howard Stages, the club runs a number of competitive and non-competitive events throughout the year, with members taking part in:

  • Autosolos
  • Autotests
  • Stage Rallies
  • Road Rallies 
  • Targa Rallies

Our inaugural Touring Assembly, the Bolton Midday, an event which is open to all road cars, ran very successfully in 2022 and 2023. 

 

The club is registered to Motorsport UK and affiliated to the ANWCC (Association of North Western Car Clubs); SD34 Motorsport Group and the ANCC (Association of North Car Clubs). Our competing club members are eligible for any of the championships these organisations run. 

 

The club meets every Thursday and we have a healthy social calendar, if you are interested in learning about motorsport or looking to get involved visit our website, www.blmcc.co.uk. Alternatively, please come up to the club and meet us on any Thursday evening, all the club night details including what’s on are on our website.

Stockport 061 Motor Club

Stockport 061 Motor Club was 120 years old in 2023! 

 

Stockport 061 in it's current format came about in 2007 from the amalgamation of Stockport Motor Club (formed in 1903) and High Peak & 061 Motor Club (formed in 1979).

 

We have many competitors and marshals out most weekends across the UK, and have an active social night too. 

 

Our competitive events we hold each year are:

  • Altratech SMC Stages at Anglesey Circuit, currently the final round of this championship
  • MOCP 061 Targa Road Rally

We are a Motorsport UK StreetCar club, and a founding member of Motor Sport (North West) who run the popular North West Stages.

 

We are affiliated to Association of North Western Car Clubs (ANWCC), Association of Northern Car Clubs (ANCC), East Midlands Association of Motor Clubs (EMAMC), Association of West Midlands Motor Clubs (AWMMC), Welsh Association of Motor Clubs (WAMC) and SD(34) Motorsport Group - enabling our members to partake in events across most of the UK.

 

We meet every Thursday at Fiveways, Macclesfield Road, Hazel Grove, Stockport, SK7 6BE from 20.15 and you'll receive a warm welcome.

 

Please visit our website at www.stockport061.co.uk for more details and a membership joining form!

Border Motor Club (Lincs)

Established by Alan Healy in 1967, Border Motor Club (Lincs) has been the home for motorsport enthusiasts across the borders of Lincolnshire, Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire for over 50 years. 

The club is made up of like-minded people who have a real passion for motorsport of all kinds and are active competitors, marshals, organisers and officials.

We have an ardent team of people who organise our events throughout the year, including:

  • Alan Healy Memorial Rally, is Border Motor Club (Lincs) flagship stage rally held once a year at Cadwell Park and is a single venue stage rally which is part of the MGJ Circuit Rally Championship.
  • The Border Classic, is an annual touring assembly for the classic car lover in cars that currently pre-date the year 2000. Following tulip diagrams through picturesque countryside it's a wonderful day out for people of all ages.

Border Motor Club (Lincs) is a Motorsport UK recognised club and a member of the following regional associations, enabling our members to enter events that are part of the associations across most of the UK;

  • AEMC, Association of Eastern Motor Clubs
  • ANEMMC, Association of North East Midland Motor Clubs
  • ANCC, Association of Northern Car Clubs
  • EMAMC, East Midlands Association of Motor Clubs

Our club meets on the first Wednesday of each month at The Shires, Gainsthorpe Road West, Hibaldstow, DN21 4JL from 7:30pm.

For more information visit our website, bordermotorclub.co.uk where you can keep up with what we're doing, get in touch or become a member for just £10, or £15 for a couple.

Chelmsford Motor Club

Chelmsford Motor Club is an active, innovative club, running various events, particularly focussing on rallies.  

 

It does so with awareness this is only possible as part of the wider motorsport community where clubs and their members are willing to collaborate.

 

These events range from a 12-car navigation rally, a low-key grassroots event, ideal for beginners, through to larger events like the MGJ Engineering Brands Hatch Winter Stages in this championship.

 

The club was the first to run a rally in England using the then-new ‘closed roads’ legislation in 2018.  Knowledge gained through running the Corbeau Seats Rally Tendring & Clacton has been shared with other organisers to help them.

 

The Preston Road rally is a longstanding test of the crew and their car, with a very demanding and longstanding event.  Another event is the East Anglian Classic, a round of the HRCR Historic Road Rally Championship.  

 

The club strives to welcome new members and help them get started, whether that’s as a competitor, marshal or part of an organising team.  Many members undertake multiple roles; it’s not a case of having to choose a single path.  


The club is a member of the Anglia Motor Sport Club, a regional umbrella club, recognised as Motorsport UK’s Club of the Year 2022, a competition in which the club itself has received multiple awards.

The website and forum, www.chelmsfordmc.co.uk, is a great place to find out more.  Information is also shared on social media on Facebook (search for Chelmsford Motor Club) and on Twitter by following @ChelmsfordMC. 


The club encourages people to get in touch, new members are always welcome, and with members competing in all motorsport disciplines, there’s plenty of knowledge and advice members are willing to share.
 

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