CLUBDAY AUTOTEST EVENT ENTRY and MARSHALS SIGNING ON FORMS
PDF – Clubday Entry Form 2021 Word Doc – Clubday Entry Form 2021
Corona Virus Precautions – Please download, complete and email to firstname.lastname@example.org
APRIL CLUBDAY AUTOTESTS
The April Clubday Autotests will take place on Sunday the 18th April at Acaster, site will be arrowed right off the Copmanthorpe to Acaster Selby Road and is to be organised by Steve Morten.
The event will be run under full MSUK Corona virus Guidlines
Those planning to compete should down load an entry form found above, complete and email to ” email@example.com ” once received details will be emailed with how to pay the £12 entry fee by bank transfer, hopefully attached to the email will be the test drawings so competitors can print them off themselves.
NO ENTRIES AND NO MEMBERSHIP PAPERWORK / MONEY WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THE DAY
No time cards will be issued, the times will be recorded by each marshal on a check sheet, competitors can make a note of times for their own reference.
Offers to marshal would be appreciated, Marshals should download the Signing on sheet from the web site, complete and email to ” firstname.lastname@example.org ”
Anyone having problems complying with the above please let me know.
THE RESULTS FOR THE 2020 CLUBDAY AUTOTEST CHAMPIONSHIP CAN BE FOUND BY CLICKING ON THE RED LINK BELOW
NOVEMBER / DECEMBER CLUBDAY AUTOTESTS
The combined 18 test November and December Clubday Autotests were held on Sunday the 13th December at Acaster North, Joe Gamble and Stuart Cariss planned the tests and eight competitors turned out in the rain. Several regular clubdayers who live in Covid Tier 3 areas followed the rules and stayed at home. The results can be found by clicking on the red link below.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 25th 2020
The Chris Leeming Memorial All Day Autotests was held on Acaster South. Our annual event co promoted with Huddersfield Motor Club went ahead with full Corona Virus Precautions. 24 tests were completed. The first 12 tests formed the YMC October Clubday event.
For the Main event Results click here – Chris leeming 20results
For October Clubday Results – Click on the Red Link below
The September 20 Clubday Autotests were held on Sunday the 13th September at Acaster North, Seven competitors turned out have a go at the tests designed by David Blaney.
For the results click on the red link below.
The August 20 Clubday Autotests were held on Sunday the 16th August at Acaster west – For the results click on the red link below.
THE MARCH 20 CLUBDAY AUTOTESTS
The March Clubday Autotests were held on Sunday the 15th March and were organised by Chris Newlove at Acaster West. Fourteen competitors turned out to play in the mud!
Click on the red link below for the results
THE FEBRUARY 20 CLUBDAY AUTOTESTS
The February Clubday Autotests were organised by Neil Raven on Sunday the 23rd February at Acaster, eight competitors turned out for a cold windy mornings motorsport. New member David Blaney put up the FTD on his first YMC Event. Click on the Red link below for the results
THE JANUARY 20 CLUBDAY AUTOTESTS
The January Clubday Autotests were organised by Rob Short on Sunday the 12th at Melbourne – A very wet and windy morning made keeping the paperwork dry! After hanging the 16 timecards on the dryer, the ink “sploshes” were deciphered to create the results that can be found by clicking on the red link below
SEPTEMBER 19 CLUBDAY AUTOTESTS
The September Clubday Autotests were organised by Joe Gamble on Sunday the 22nd at Acaster (west side). Ten competitors turned out to do battle with Andy Cohan putting up seven of the nine tests fastest times. Alastair Brown came second and wins the job of organising The November event. The Results can be found by clicking on the red link below.
YORK Motor Club Autotest League events are run on a monthly schedule (the winner organising a following months autotest).
What is Autotesting?
Autotest events consist of a number of short courses or “tests” made up usually of traffic cones. Competitors are given a defined route, which they complete against the clock, using forward and reverse gears. Time penalties are given for collisions with bollards or failing to complete the course correctly.
What type of car?
Nothing special, in fact any car that is deemed safe by the organisers. There are people out there competing in cars they have bought for as little as 25 pounds.
Autotesting is “grass roots” motorsport. Entry fees are cheap, events are held on private property, no special licence is required at inter-club level, no special car is needed. This type of motorsport is without any doubt, the best and safest way to learn car control, and a great introduction to other forms of motorsport.
How do I find out more?
Simple, Come and meet us socially, every Wednesday night, 9.00 p.m. Details of where we meet can be found here Better still come down and visit our next club day. We will be pleased to help you with any questions you may have, and provide you with a copy of our clubday rules. Alternatively, you can contact one of our experienced club day organisers,
Malc Skilbeck 01759 371057, 07813 591449