Caithness Car Club
Caithness Car Club was formed in 1955 to specifically run motorsport events in the North of Scotland. The club has grown from strength-to-strength and regularly hosts one of the most desired events in Scotland - the Golspie sprint!
The club organises both sprints and autotests which are held in the local areas of Wick and Sutherland. Autotests are held as part of the clubs own championship, whilst the sprints at Golspie form part of the clubs local championship and the renowned Scottish Sprint Championship.
News for Caithness Car Club
The 5th round of the Scottish Tarmac Championship was held on the 15th June at the old wartime airfield of Crail in Fife. This was a single stage venue rally consisting of 6 stages of 8.5 miles long on mainly tarmac perimeter roads.
The second World War airfield at Crail, Astruther, Fife will host the third round of the Scottish Tarmac Championship on 14th and 15th June. Unusually this single venue event is being held over two days, comprising of 8 stages on the Saturday followed by 8 on the Sunday totalling 96 competitive mile made up of 85% tarmac 10% loose and 5% gravel.
Billy Hamilton and Suzanne Hossack contested the DCC Ingliston Single Stage Tarmac Rally last weekend in the MSIS Opel Kadett. They travelled down the 250 mile journey with their service crew consisting of Kevin Hamilton, Jackie McNeill, Davie Chisholm and June McNeill on Catering.
Aberdeen Motor Club held a 54 mile, 10 stage Scottish tarmac championship rally at RAF Edzell on Sunday 21st October. Two Caithness Car Club crews travelled down the 250 miles to compete..
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