Here’s your one stop shop for the online presence of our Centres, Registers and Branches!
Please note, you may need a Facebook account to view some of the Facebook groups below.
MG Car Club
MGCC Young Members Branch
The MG Car Club Young Members Branch is a place for members under 30 to discuss everything MG.
TWELVE Regional Centres organise events and social gatherings throughout the UK. Each centre organises Pub Meets and events throughout the course of the year. Membership to your local centre is free when you join the MG Car Club.
Abingdon Works Centre
Covers Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire and Hampshire
Committee contacts: www.mgabingdon.org.uk/about-us/awc-committee
Covers Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and part of Hertfordshire
Committee contacts: mgccanglia.com/contacts.html
Devon and Cornwall Centre
Covers Devon and Cornwall
Committee contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/devon-cornwall-centre/contacts
Covers Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and West Midlands
Committee contacts: www.mgccmidlandcentre.co.uk/contactlist.htm
North West Centre
Covers Cheshire, Clywd, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Gwynedd, Isle of Man, Lancashire, Merseyside and Shropshire
Committee contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/north-west-centre/contact
South East Centre
Covers Middlesex, East and West Sussex, Surrey, Kent and Greater London
Committee Contacts: www.mgccse.co.uk/contacts
South West Centre
Covers Somerset, Wiltshire, Dorset, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Gwent, Glamorgan, Dyfed, Powys, the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands
Committee Contacts: www.mgccsw.com/about-the-sw-centre/committee
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Tyne Tees Centre
Covers Northumberland, Durham, Teesside, East Cleveland, the Tees Valley and parts of North Yorkshire
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/tyne-tees-centre/contact
Registers are responsible for each model of MG and provide technical advice and support to owners. Much like Centres, they also organise events and social gatherings. The MG Car Club currently has 17 Registers covering every model of MG, from the very first to the very latest.
14/28 (1924-27), 14/40 (1927-29), 18/80 MK I & II (1928-32) and 18/100 MK III (1930-31)
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/vintage-register/contacts
Triple M Register
The Midgets (1929-36), Magnas (1931-33) and Magnettes (1932-36)
Committee Contacts: www.triple-mregister.org/contacts.asp
The large saloons and tourers – SA (1936-39), VA (1937-39) and WA (1939)
Committee Contacts: www.svwregister.co.uk/contact_us.htm
The TA (1936-39), TB (1939), TC (1945-50), TD (1950-53) and TF (1953-55)
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/t-register/contacts/
The YA, YB and YT models (1947-53)
Committee Contacts: www.mgccyregister.co.uk/contact-legal/
The ZA (1953-56), ZB (1956-58) and their Farina successors MK III and IV (1959-68)
Committee Contacts: www.magnette.org/committee-contacts
MG Midget and Austin Healey Sprite models built between 1958 and 1979
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/midget-register/midget-register/contacts/
The 1.8 litre roadsters and GTs (1962-80)
Committee Contacts: www.mgb-register.org/contact-us-page/
The 3 litre, 6 cylinder roadster and GTs (1967-69)
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/mgc-register/contacts/
Costello MGBV8s, MGBGTV8 1973-76, MG RV8 1992-96, MGBV8 Conversions, MG ZT & ZT-T260V8 and MG SV
Committee Contacts: www.v8register.net/contacts.htm
The 1100 and 1300 (1962-70), MG Metro & 6R4 (1982-91), Maestro & Montego (1984-91)
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/fwd-register/contacts/
MGF and MGTF roadsters
Committee Contacts: mgfregister.org/mgfregistercommittee.html
Branches cover the Motorsport side of the Club and refers to our selection of racing and speed championships and series, as well as MGs on Track, who organise track days for Club members.
MGs on Track
Organise fun, sociable track days where MG enthusiasts can enjoy their cars in safety, with fellow enthusiasts and at the best possible price.
Committee Contacts: www.mgs-on-track.com/contact/contactus
MGCC Speed Championship
The championship, made up of sprints and hillclimbs, offers Club members access to relatively low cost competitive motorsport, by providing classes for all models of MG (and AH Sprites), from standard to highly modified.
MG Car Club MG Trophy
For modern MG models, in three classes; Purpose-built 190bhp MG ZR race cars running on Dunlop (control) slicks/wets. Plus classes for MG ZR (170 bhp and 160 bhp) running on MSA list 1A/B tyres.
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/trophy/contacts/
MG Car Club Peter Best Insurance MG Cup
The championship caters for all MGs ranging from T-Types through to Midgets, MGBs, MGCs to MGFs. There are classes for race modified, modified and road going cars.
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/mg-cup/contact/
MG Car Club Lackford Engineering MG Midget & Sprite Challenge
The Midget Challenge caters for the ever green post-war Midgets and Austin Healey Sprites racing in three classes, for full race modified cars, modified cars and road going cars.
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/midget-challenge/
MG Car Club BCV8 Championship
The Club’s long established BCV8 Championship is the premier series for MGB and MGC racing, offering classes for the fully modified V8s to road going cars.
MG Car Club Cockshoot Cup
The Cockshoot Cup Championship, run by the North Western Centre of the Club, has a competitor base and rounds centered on the North-West. The entry is predominantly Midget, MGB, Austin Healey Sprite and standard MGF in four Classes.
Committee Contacts: www.mgcc.co.uk/cockshoot-cup/contact/
MG Car Club Drayton Manor Park Metro Cup
Low cost racing is offered by the Metro Cup which caters for the road going MG Metros to the faster Metro Turbos encompassing the Rover 100 and Metro GTa.
Committee Contacts: mgmetrocup.co.uk/index.php/contact-2/