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SPRINTS

Sprints and Time Attacks, involve competitors pitting their skills against the clock on challenging courses, in cars ranging from  standard production, home made Specials to ex-Formula 1.

As well as purpose built venues some Sprints are run on Race Circuits providing excellent value for money running time.

Time Attack sees competitors in different classes on track at the same time, trying to cover a lap in the quickest time.

Contrary to popular belief, Time Attack is not just for high end tuners with large budgets, but attracts a large element of club competitors.

These are the sort of events that you can really feel part of, chat to the competitors and are an excellent way to get into the sport.

Further Information:
Useful Sprint links:
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BMW Car Club (GB)
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Main Disciplines:Sprints, Marque
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
The BMW Car Club GB & Ireland is the largest BMW car club in Europe and the second largest BMW club in the world after the BMW Car Club of America (BMW CCA). Membership is open to anyone who owns or who is interested in BMWs
Contact:
Andrew Dale
email:
bmwcarclub@btconnect.com
Website:
www.bmwcarclubgb.co.uk
BMW Historic MC (UK)
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Main Disciplines:Race, Autotests, Sprints, Marque
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
The Club encourages members to use their cars in all types of competition and is a member of the MSA.
Contact:
Fabienne Muschamp
email:
fmuschamp@clara.co.uk
Website:
www.bmwhistoricmotorclub.co.uk
Borough 18 MC
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Main Disciplines:Rally, Autotests, Sprints, Hillclimbs
Geographic Area: South East England
Primary Association: ASEMC
Founded in the early sixties as the Eltham & District Motoring Club the Borough 18 Motor Club has over the past 4 decades established itself as a grass roots motor club. Our members compete in various disciplines of motorsport including scatter rallies, 12-cars, road rallies, auto tests, sprinting, hillclimbing and stage rallying. The club meets 9pm once a week on a Thursday evening at the Lullingstone Park Golf Club, Thursday of the month when we meet at the Dering Arms, Pluckley
Contact:
Roger McKenzie
email:
rmckenzie@playleandpartners.co.uk
Website:
www.b18motorsports.com/
Borough 19 MC
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Main Disciplines:Sprints, Hillclimbs, Trials
Geographic Area: South East England
Primary Association: ASEMC
Borough 19 Motor Club was initially formed in the Spring of 1963 and took its name after Bromley and Beckenham became the 19th London Borough. Club nights are every 2nd Tuesday in each month at The Colyer Public House, Betsham, Kent
Contact:
R C Grimes
email:
peskywabbit@btinternet.com
Website:
b19.tjgraphics.co.uk/
Bournemouth DCC
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Main Disciplines:Rally, Autotests, Sprints, Rallycross
Geographic Area: Central Southern
Primary Association: ACSMC
Formed in 1984 we meet at The Dudsbury, Christchurch Road, West Parley, Doreset every Monday from 8.45pm
Contact:
Tim Walker
email:
timwalker722@btinternet.com
Website:
www.bdcc.org.uk/
Brighton & Hove MC
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Main Disciplines:Sprints
Geographic Area: South East England
Primary Association: ASEMC
Since the early 20's. We moved into the arches on the seafront at Brighton in 1948 where we have remained ever since. These premises were given a major refurbishment and bar in 1957 and again in 2001. Our Committee, Bar and Snooker rooms are open to club members every Wednesday from 8 till 11 pm.
Contact:
Sara Lobo
email:
sarah.lobo@aexp.com
Website:
www.brightonandhovemotorclub.co.uk
Bristol MC
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Main Disciplines:Rally, Karting, Autotests, Sprints, Hillclimbs, Trials
Geographic Area: South West England, Central Southern
Primary Association: ASWMC
Ever since the second decade of the 20th Century, the Bristol Motor Cycle and Light Car Club (as it was originally called) has been serving the interests of motorsport enthusiasts in the Bristol area. But what do we do these days? The Club is, of course, registered with the Motor Sports Association, which governs all UK Motor Sport, and is also a member of the Association of South West Motor Clubs (ASWMC). We have a close working relationship with the Bristol Pegasus Motor Club and the SW Centre of the MG Car Club. As a result of all these associations we receive invitations to a wide range of motor sport events not only in the Bristol area but also throughout the South West region. We meet the 1st Tuesday of every month at the Hambrook Sports Club, Hambrook Common, from 8.30pm
Contact:
Mark Tooth
email:
mark.tooth@tiscali.co.uk
Website:
www.bristolmc.org.uk/
Bristol Pegasus MC
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Main Disciplines:Rally, Karting, Autotests, Sprints, Hillclimbs
Geographic Area: South West England, Central Southern
Primary Association: ACSMC
The Bristol Pegasus Motor Club is a long established club that aims to promote a wide variety of motor sport events, both social and competitive, All the competitive events require nothing more than a standard production car. We meet at The Wheatsheaf Inn, 341 HighStreet, Winterbourne, Bristol, BS36 1JG
Contact:
Tim Murray
email:
secretary@bristolpegasus.com
Website:
www.bristolpegasus.com
British Army Motorsports Association
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints
Geographic Area: National
Primary Association:
Formerley the British Armed Forces Motoring Association, is now the British Army Motorsports Association and recognised by the Army Sport Control Board as an official military sport.
Contact:
Lt Col Ian Licence
email:
DESLEGSG-SLV-Core-ReqMgr@mod.uk
Website:
www.armymotorsport.com
British Automobile Racing Club (BARC)
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Main Disciplines:Race, Sprints, Hillclimbs
Geographic Area: Central Southern, National
Primary Association: ACSMC
A national club that operates across a high percentage of the countries race circuits and a selection of hillclimbs and sprints circuits. Without marshals, no BARC motorsport event could take place. It is as simple as that! Every sporting event organised by the Club needs marshals, and all marshals, whatever they are doing, are serving a useful purpose and contributing to the success of the event and the smooth running of the organisation. Marshalling is of course one way in which the enthusiast can become actively involved, and contribute something to the sport.
Contact:
Sara Wrenham
email:
swernham@barc.net
Website:
www.barc.net/marshals/marshaling.php
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