Wednesday, 2 March 2022


The following events will count towards the Scottish Navigational Rally Championship 2022. Event dates may have to be changed should Covid-19 regulations still be in place.  Additional events might be added if publicized events can’t run.


John Robson Rally

Hexham & District Motor Club

19/20 February

North of England

Jonathon Webb

07929 229413

Gropers Rally

Stonehaven & District Motor Club

19 March

South Aberdeenshire

Dave MacKintosh

01224 784780

Moonless Rally

Saltire Rally Club

16 April

(Changed from 23rd)


Colin Wallace

07443 573155

March Hare Rally


14 May

NE Scotland

Daniel Forsyth

Autumn Rally

Highland Car Club

20 August


Mark Forsyth

07808 889204

Hairst Rally

Stonehaven & District Motor Club

03 September

West Aberdeenshire

Gerry Potter

01651 806862

Boontree Birl Rally

750 Motor Club Scotland

03 December


Charlie Brown

07803 296592

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Expert Driver

Expert Navigator


Cancelled due to Covid 19


Cancelled due to Covid-19


Andy Tong (SDMC)

Duncan Cameron (SDMC)


Michael Cruickshank (Saltire)

Richard Crozier (GMSC)


Harry Merry (CSMA)

Duncan Cameron (SDMC)


Dave MacKintosh (SDMC)

Duncan Cameron (SDMC)


Dave MacKintosh (SDMC)

Duncan Cameron (SDMC)


Harry Merry (CSMA)

Richard Crozier (GMSC)


Sally Skinner (EUMSC)

Ewan Leeming (EUMSC)


Neil Jones (750MC)

Peter Weall (BECC)


Dave MacKintosh (SDMC)

Duncan Cameron (SDMC)


John Clark (SDMC)

Steve Turnbull (SHRC)

Championship Regs and Entry Form

Tuesday, 1 March 2022

SAMSC Autotest Championship 2022




750 MC

March Autotest                                 


Glenrothes M.S.C.       

Andy Wilson Memorial Autotest      


Highland C.C.              

May Autotest                                     


Stonehaven & D.M.C.

 June Autotest                                     


South of Scot. C.C.     

Time Attack  Autotest                        


East Ayrshire C.C.       

Kames Autotest                                 


63 C.C.

September Autotest                            



    The Championship  will consist of 6 Classes as follows -

     1 Front Wheel Drive Cars

     2 Rear Wheel Drive Cars

     3 Mazda MX5s

     4 Sports Cars and Sports Kit Cars

     5 Specials

     6 Hybrid or Electric Powered Cars – Must be Standard Production Cars


Championship Co-ordinator – Bill Creevy, Norlands, Greenbrig Road, Barnyards,

    Kilconquhar, Fife, KY9 1PA Tel. 07740 374458, email  

 2022 Scottish Autotest Championship Regulations and Entry Form


Thursday, 21 October 2021

Scottish Autotest Championship - Points before the final event

 After some rounds of the Championship were cancelled or postponed we have decided that the Championship counters will now be reduced to 7,

the last round will be the Kames Autotest on Sun. 31st October, which I am sure will be a fitting finale to the 2021 Championship which at one point did not look like it would be possible. As well as the Scottish Championship counter, Gordon Clendinning has organised a Maximum Attack MX5 Challenge, which already has a good entry, even if you are not competing it would be worth the trip to see some of these drivers in action.

The Championship will be decided on the drivers best 4 scores from 7 and as Gordon has scored Maximum points on each round he can not be caught on 128 points, bit it is still undecided who will be runner up as counting their 4 best scores, the current standings are Gary Clark on 115 points, James Morrison on 116 points and Paul Davidson on 117 points, so its all to play for on the final event.

Championship Points

See you at Kames.



Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Final Round of Scottish Autotest Championship at Kames, 31/10/21

 The 2021 Championship will finish with the Maximum Attack Autotest at Kames on Sunday 21st October.

This promises to be a great event with excellent tests and a decent entry of MX5s already, and I am sure it will be a fitting finale to a much condensed Championship. 

Please support the Kames event with your entries, it will be worth the trip, you will not be disappointed.

The SRs are HERE in the Downloads section of the SAMSC Autotest page 

Friday, 6 August 2021

New Autosolo/Autotest/PCA on Knockhill Rally School Roads - 21 August

Glenrothes Motor Sport Club will be running an AutoSOLO, All Forward  Autotest and All Forward PCA at Knockhill on Sat. 21st August. 

This will be the first time we have used the Rally Stage roads on the hillside for such an event and will present the Competitors with a different challenge.

There will be 4 open and flowing tests on the sealed surface and they will be ideally suited to anyone who wishes to bring along their road car and try this grass roots motorsport, the event is also open to Autotest cars, Rally cars and there is a class for vehicles which are not taxed or MOTd.

Regulations and entry links are in the Downloads section of the Autotest page 

If you need any more information about the Club, our event or how to get started please contact -

Bill Creevy - Tel. - 07740 374458 or email -

Monday, 5 July 2021

Scottish Autotest Championship Calendar Revised, Next Event is also a UK and BTRDA Round

 Having lost a couple of events due to Covid, the championship has now published a revised calendar (though still some dates TBC).

The next round will be the  South of Scotland CC Maximum Attack Autotest at Lockerbie Lorry Park, on 17th July. This is  a round of the

2021 Link-up Ltd. Motorsport UK Autotest Championship
2021 demon tweeks Direct BTRDA Autotest Championship
2021 BTRDA Allrounders Championship  

and so will feature some of the best drivers in the country.

The following week, Glenrothes MSC will run the HMS Jackdaw autotest on Crail airfield on Saturday 24th July.

More information, including Regulations for the championship and these events, can be found on the Autotest page.

Thursday, 13 May 2021


Great news for rallying in Scotland - the Scottish Government has agreed to drop the rule that only members of the same household could share a car for motorsport. 

This means that rallying, trials, etc can resume almost as normal, but this applies only in areas at Level 3 or below, and there are still requirements, like face coverings in the car, and no spectators. Guidelines issued by Motorsport UK must be followed, an update is expected Friday 14th May  

Read on for more details from Chairman Pete.

SAMSC Scottish Autotest Championship 2021 Starts Sat 15 May

 With the easing of Covid regulations, the 2021 Scottish Autotest Championship gets under way on Saturday 15th May with the Glenrothes MSC Andy Wilson Memorial Autotest at Knockhill.

More details of the Championship, including the Regulations and Registration form, are also on the Autotest Page of the SAMSC site, along with Regulations for the event, which include a link to the online entry form.


Saturday, 24 April 2021

Update on Covid19 and Event Resumption in Scotland

 Following the announcement last week that travel within Scotland is now allowed for leisure purposes. the First Minister confirmed on Tuesday that the next stage of relaxing Covid19 restrictions would go ahead as planned with effect from Monday 26th April. I am delighted to confirm that, following formal agreement with Scottish Government, this includes competitive motorsport events running with Motorsport UK permits.

I am however disappointed that, despite strong representation being made, the Scottish Government has not given agreement to allow two competitors in a car which means that rallies and other disciplines with a driver and passenger are still not allowed in Scotland.  Efforts will continue to get some movement on this issue.

An updated version of the Scotland specific guidelines has been agreed and has today been made available on the Covid-19 page of the Motorsport UK website. Clubs intending to organise events should read through all of the available material, not just the Scotland page, to ensure they meet all of the compliance requirements for running a Covid19 safe event. Note in particular that spectators are not allowed and total numbers on site are also limited. These points may change in future phases of easing restrictions. Clubs should also make sure they engage fully with the venues they want to use to make sure they comply with any local requirements which may. Overnight stays are allowed within the guidelines applicable to the hospitality sector.

The team at Motorsport UK, led by John Ryan, have worked very hard to gain approval from Scottish Government to allow out sport to continue and it is incumbent on all of us to follow all of the rules and guideline to show motorsport in a good light.


Pete Weall


Monday, 9 November 2020

Social Media Marketing webinars for clubs - starting this Tuesday 10 November at 19:00

Tuesday 10th November at 19:00, we have the first of our Monthly Marketing Show webinars in association with ContentCal.

Clubs are always looking for ways in which they can raise awareness of their activities and attract new members, particularly younger ones. It is a fact that social media is now the most effective way of achieving this.

However, simply putting posts on your Facebook page is only the starting point - in order to widen the reach of your social media output you need to utilise many more of the tools at your disposal. The good news is that many of these are free.


This series of webinars will teach you how to use these tools effectively, how to put together a content plan, and some simple techniques for reaching interested audiences that may currently be outside of your club's engagement methods.


To register, please go to the Club Webinars page on our website here:





Ian Berry

Head of Sport Promotion




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