AGM Tuesday 17th May

Club AGM 17th May 2022

This Years AGM for 2021 is taking Place on the 17th May at Al’s Kitchen Estover. 7 for 7:30pm.
Please make an Effort to Attend and have your say on the Club Future.

Werrington Entries 2022.

Werrington Entries 2022.

This Year Entry’s for Werrington Hillclimb will be Handled in a Different way.

First the Regulations will be Published on the 18th or 19th March. 
They will available on this website and they will be emailed out to those we have email addresses for from previous years / have requested through the website / are in one of the invited championships;

Then a couple of Days later Entries will open via a link to a Google Form as detailed in the Regulations. 

This is so that you can download the Regulations  and read them at your  Leisure and decide what class you are entering ready for when Entries open. 
By using Google to Handle the Entries we hope to prevent the IT issues of the past two years caused by a large number of people entering at the same time. 

ASWMC Scrutineering.

ASWMC Sprint and Hill Climb Scrutineering.

A Message from Roy Sims ASWMC Sprint and Hill Climb Coordinator:

As some will know at the latter end of the 2021 there were a few issues with scrutineering. Some of these issues were possibly caused by 2 seasons of self certification scrutineering, it certainly didn’t help. Just to help make sure that you read the correct part of Section S of the 2022 Motorsport UK Yearbook (Blue Book) I have detailed the section to read for each category and the classes in that category. Please prepare your car to the correct regulations.

Technical Regulations Read this first, section 10 page 355 (Blue Book). Then read the section below that applies to your category/class.

Standard Cars Are exactly that, they are standard cars with very little freedom for modification. Read section 11 on page 356 (Blue Book). The ASWMC only run this class for Junior competitors.

Road Cars Series Production and Road Cars Specialist Production ASWMC Classes A1 to A4 and B1 to B3. Read section 12 on page 357(Blue Book). Please remember that if it doesn’t say you can do it, you can’t.

Modified Cars Series Production and Modified Cars Specialist Production ASWMC classes C1 to C4. Please read section 13 on page357 (Blue Book). Please remember that if it doesn’t say you can do it, you can’t.

Sports Libre Cars. Classes D1, D2 and D3. Read section 14 page 358 (Blue Book). These are mainly about safety compliance. D3 Rally Cars to comply with Rally regulations.

Single Seater Racing Cars. Classes E1 to E4. Read section 15 page 358 (Blue Book). There are a few dimensions that need to be complied with, other wise it is safety compliance.

You can read the Motorsport UK Yearbook 2022 (Blue Book) online at or you can order a hard copy from Motorsport UK quoting your licence number.

Valentine Rally. 11th February.

Valentine Rally, 11th February.


Our First Competitive Event of the Year is Valentine Rally.  This is aimed at Mixed crews but is open to other teams as a shake down event for the up coming 12 Car Series. 
It starts from the  Al’s Kitchen, Estover on February 11th.

 Signing on from 7:30pm. 
Map 201 required. 50 miles of Classic 12 Car roads. 
For more details follow the Club Facebook page. 
To Register to Marshall Please use the Button Below.
Entry’s are now open, Please Click the Button Below. 

Rover Cup 12 Car Rally, 26th November, Results.

Rover Cup 12 Car Rally, 26th November. ​Results.

The Results from the Rover Cup 12 Car Rally on 26th November are:
1st – Shaun Layland – Alan Frame – 12 points.
2nd – Darren Stevens – Andy Hamlyn – 17 points.
3rd – Dan Wills – Nigel Swan – 20 points
4th – Dave Smale – Matt Powell – 21 points (furthest cleanest).
5th – Alf Chanter – Dave Webb – 21 points.
6th – Andrew Flanaghn – Adam Hughes – 37 points.
Marcus – Matt S – Retired mechanical gremlins .

 A Big Thank you to the Organisers and Marshall who made the Event Possible.