July 12 Car. 30th July 2021.
The Club are planning on running a 12 Car Rally on Friday the 30th July.
Once again the Event is not intended to be be difficult more of a Taster Event to see how things can be run in the future.
If you are interested in Entering or Marshalling Please register your Details using the Buttons below and the Organiser will get back to You.
Sadly the 12 Car Rally Planned For This Friday the 25th June has had to be Cancelled.
Hopefully We will be able to run one again shortly.
Entries are now closed for Werrington Park Hillclimb.
We were astonished at the amount of interest shown in our event when entries opened last night and would like to apologise to those of you who tried to enter and couldn’t because the entries website was unable to handle the volume of people trying to access it.
Over the next few days we will be processing all entries received – please bear with us whilst we do this – and if you haven’t heard anything by Wednesday 24th please contact us via the event email email@example.com so that we can handle your enquiry in the most efficient manner.
Thank you for your interest in our event.
The organising team
Planning for This Years Werrington Hillclimb is under way.
This Year All Entries and Signing on will be done online for Covid prevention reasons.
We hope to be able to Publish the Regulations in a couple of weeks or so.
Please Note that You will only be able to Enter via the www.enteronline.org.uk. website.
If you register on there now you will be automatically notified when Entries are open.
Preparation is starting to go ahead for this Years Werrington Hillclimb which takes place on 1st and 2nd of May 2021
We expecting the Event to run on a Competitor only basis with no Spectators allowed due to Covid 19 Restrictions.
This also means that all paperwork and signing on will be via electronic means before hand.
If you are interested in Entering or Marshalling then please email the Werrington Coordinator: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Thanks must go to John White, (Mid Cornwall Storage) and Terry Graves Electrical Services for their continued support of the Championship in these difficult times.
The Club Would Like Wish you all a Happy New Year and Hope that we will be able to Enjoy our Motor Sport again Soon.
Well who would have thought that we would be approaching the end of the year with so few Motorsports events put on?
While the Government struggled to try and keep things under control the Club went into a bit of hibiation to do our bit.
But things are starting to wake up now and we are looking towards next year.
We are working on a Club Calendar of Events and an End of Year Spotlamp which should be out at Christmas.
Work has been continuing at Werrington with an upgrade to the Paddock Entrance.
One decision that we took earlier in the year was that anyone who was a paid up member before the Spring lock down would have their Club Membership extended to the end of 2021 so hopefully you will get your membership card with the Christmas Spotlamp.
One thing that we are in need of is local Venues where we can run Events especially Autotests, either Grass or Tarmac. If you know of any suitable Venues the please let a Committee member know.
That is about it for now except to wish you all a safe time.
|Motorsport UK has consulted on the implications for motorsport in England with the Government’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport in respect of the plan to enter a four-week national lockdown on Thursday 5th November.|
The governing body confirms that following DCMS guidance it must suspend all non-elite motorsport until 2nd December. Selected elite events officially recognised by the DCMS, which include the British Touring Car Championship, will be permitted to continue.
Motorsport activities in Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands are subject to prevailing government guidance in those devolved territories. At this time, motorsport as organised sport continues in Scotland, in accordance with Motorsport UK’s comprehensive restart guidance introduced on 4th July. Motorsport is currently suspended in Northern Ireland and Wales, as mandated by the respective devolved governments.
In respect of permits issued for non-elite events in England between 5th November and 2nd December, Motorsport UK confirms that those permits are now withdrawn. Organisers will need to reapply if they plan to hold the event at a later date.
Motorsport UK will continue to monitor the prevailing advice from the UK Government and that of the devolved nations and ensure the motorsport community is updated.
Motorsport UK would like to thank the entire motorsport community for their resilience and hard work throughout the summer months to keep motorsport running and operating safely. During the coming weeks we will be working hard to ensure that as soon as government guidance allows, motorsport can safely resume once again. Motorsport UK