News – Malton Motor Club


Entries Open for 2016 MFR

19th August 2016
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Entries are now open for the 2016 MEM Malton Forest Rally in Association with SORT Oils!

This year’s event is again co-promoted by Malton Motor Club and Clitheroe and District Motor Club to offer competitors a friendly, no nonsense event.

For 2016 the event will again be based at Adderstone Field, within Dalby Forest, with 6 stages split between Staindale and Langdale, offering a very compact route with greatly reduced road mileage. This has also allowed for a later start so more crews can scrutineer on the morning of the event. As ever we have taken on board competitor feedback and will again have minimal artificial tightening whilst always striving to surpass the safety guidelines laid down by the MSA without compromising anyone’s enjoyment.

We would like to make a special thanks to Chris Mellors of MEM and SORT Oils for supporting the event and Malton Motor Club for the 19th successive year.

The organisers are also pleased to welcome competitors from The MAXXIS MSA English Rally Championship for the first time as well as the Regional Championships and the Motoscope Northern Historic Championship. We also welcome all competitors new and old.

For latest news please keep an eye on our website where up to date information on the event will be published.

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Welsh Forest Rallying in Jepordy

4th May 2016
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An open letter from the MSA Chief Executive regarding forest stage rallying in Wales


You will be aware that there are no confirmed fees for accessing the Welsh forests for stage rallies beyond 31 May, following the expiration of our previous Master Agreement in December 2015. In contrast, new 2016 agreements for England and Scotland were agreed in January, based on 2015 prices plus RPI at 0.7 per cent.

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Rally Future

20th February 2016
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Please have a look at the MSA’s Rally Future website with regard to forthcoming changes in the sport…

These have mostly been bought about since the Scottish Government’s investigation into the sport after the Jim Clark fatalities in 2014.  These changes are necessary for the survival of our sport.


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