Legendary co-driver Nicky Grist helped the Motor Sports Association (MSA) launch a new online training and accreditation scheme for rally and cross country marshals at 2016 Autosport International.
The Primrose Navigational Rally, with a traditional feel, this 184 mile South Hams classic will test beginners and masters alike! It was a wet and muddy affair in 2015 and it is back again for 2016. Are you up to it?
Nearly 90 miles of sealed surface rallying over 2 days in May in glorious North West Cornwall.
The second Devon Classic Rally takes place on 1st & 2nd October. A simple roadbook, 250 mile scenic route with some private venue tests and great fun is on offer!
WELCOME to the Primrose Navigational Rally. An acclaimed route in South Devon, it will be a challenging event for Masters and Beginners alike! Regs. and online entry service now open!
Welcome to South Hams Motor Club's, 2016 SubaruWRCSpares.com TSH Stages Rally. Following on from the success of last years event, we are again running over 2 days at RAF Portreath, with around 85 miles of great stages.
The South Hams Motor Club has its roots firmly in club level motorsport. Celebrating 50 years in 2015 the club has established a great reputation for promoting motorsport in the southwest of England. Geographically, the club “footprint” lies along the A38 Expressway and between Torbay and Plymouth.
We do of course have members from outside the area but mainly we live within the “South Hams”. The club meets at different pubs on a social basis and there is a monthly committee meeting where the forthcoming events are planned.
There is always something going on whether it is a Scalextric Grand Prix or National Rally – you just have to join in – we are a friendly bunch! "Gymkhanas" are always popular as a "grass roots" event held in a field during the summer... EXCEPT for Ken Block who has his own definition - click on the right thumb to watch his latest video!
SHMC member Adrian Brown having a day out at the Smeatharpe Test Day - does he ever stop smiling....
Despite modern technology (internet website), our club magazine “The Chequered Flag” is still the backbone of the club – this is sent out monthly with details of what’s going on – socially and competitively.