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About the Speed Championship

The MG Car Club Speed Championship, for sprints and hillclimbs, proudly enters its 33rd season in 2019. Organised by the MGCC North West Centre, the Speed Championship provides 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. With the emphasis on friendly competition, we hope to encourage more Club members into affordable motorsport.

In addition to the National Championship, we also offer two regional championships. You can choose to compete in either the Northern or Southern Championship. We take Longbridge, the current home of MG, as the dividing line between the Northern and Southern Championships, but with some common venues such as Curborough and Prescott. Our Events Calendar contains details of which events are included in which Regional Championship.

All drivers compete for the National Championship, for which points are gained at any venue, irrespective of its geographical location. Competitors nominate a ‘Home’ region, North or South, and may count up to six ‘Home’ results towards that Region’s Championship. A maximum of five events for a single discipline (sprints or hills) to count. For the National Championship, drivers may count up to eight results, which must include at least two from your ‘Away’ Region. Joint North and South events qualify as ‘Away’. A maximum of six events for a single discipline (sprints or hills) to count. Championship awards are presented at the annual North West and South West Centre Dinners.

News and views are shared via the MG Car Club Speed Championship Facebook group. It’s a great place to catch up on the latest news and resolve any questions or queries you may have regarding the Championship.

Contacts

Championship Coordinator:
John Wilman
Beechfield, Fern Bank, Chapel-en-le-Frith, High Peak,  SK23 0JJ.Email: johnwilman@cbits.net
Tel: 01298 812272

Scrutineer: 
Paul Loveridge