The Guernsey M.C. and L.C.C. will be glad to help visiting motorists and welcome them to its events, which include the Val des Terres hill-climb on August 6th, a gymkhana on August 23rd, and racing on September 6th. Details from E. C. Thoumine, Harwell Glen, Grande Rocques, Castel, Guernsey.
The A.C. Owners’ Club, which now has a membership of around 200, has formed a Vintage Section (Sec.: R. N. H. Marks, 8, Earlsdon Road; Hanbury Park, Worcester) for pre-1931 A.C.s It suggests, however, that owners of such A.C.s should also join the V.S.C.C.
The A.C. du Mont Blanc is organising the Fifth International Evian—Mont Blanc Rally, on July 27th-29th. For catalogue cars, slightly modified if desired, it is an excellent event, entries for which close on July 16th the latest, at 12,000 francs per car. Details from : A.C. du Mont Blanc, rue Camille Dunant, Anneey (Tel. : 912), or Mr. Clarkson, The Chase, Halstead, Essex.
The Cranleigh and District M.C. and C.C. Headquarters have been changed front The Windmill Inn. Cranleigh, to The Bulls Head Hotel, Ewhurst.
A Northern Centre of the Singer Owners’ Club has now been formed with headquarters at Sheffield. This is the first to be opened, apart from the one meeting in the London area, but it is hoped shortly to launch others in the Midlands and the West of England. First event on the Northern’s diary will be on July 8th when a rally is to be held starting Sheffield. 1Details from D. Chadwick, Malvern, Oakenbank Road, Heywood Lanes. General Sec.: K. D. McDowall, 1, Halesworth Road, Lewisham, S.E.13.
R. G. Chawner ;isks us Iii say that he is National Hon. Secretary of the Vintage Motor Cycle Club and that J. G. Boulton is actually Hon. Secretary of the Club’s Midland Region.
Those whose concern is roads as well as the veltieles that run on theta will welcome “Road International,” a beautifully-produced journal on this important subject, of which Dudley Noble and John Plum are the joint editors. Price 3s., from 107, Fleet Street, E.C.4.
Humber Register Rally (May 20th) was won hy W. Stiles’ 1919 Stellite from Cox’s 1927 “9/20” Humber. Winner of Concours : Demne’s 1912 Humber.
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