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5th June 2021
President's 20/20 Road Rally
Presidents 20/20 Road Rally, sponsored and supported by Claridge Motor Salvage.
The event will consist of 120 miles, navigating the lanes of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire. The event is scheduled to begin at 22:30, with the final vehicle due in at 03:30. Vehicles and crews will be flagged off from the start by club president Steve Claridge.
There will be an optional petrol holt provided, where crews can fuel up or make up lost time. The end point will be Cherwell valley services, where crews will wait for the results to come in as the sun rises!
To enter please follow the links below
Competitors Entry Form
Marshalls Entry Form
SOCC Taster PCA
This will take place at Bill Gwynne Rallyschool
This is open to newcomers and juniors (14 plus)
If you require any assistance with entry forms, licences or have any queris
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Auto Solo & Auto Tests
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