Guyson Scottish Sprint and Hillclimb Championship
Chairman’s Message #26, March 2018

Dear All
Welcome to another season of speed events in Scotland. On behalf of the committee we thank you for your entry or interest in our championshipand wish you every success this year.

The committee met on the 10th March to agree the entries and set out our aims for 2018 and beyond. I am pleased to say of the 102 entries we have 9 newcomers so a special welcome aboard to them.

The committee discussed communication, which included our website and social platforms. It was agreed that a new website be commissioned thatwould bring faster communication on all methods of viewing, especially mobile devices. More news on the new site will follow soon, but our thanks go to Peter Locke for safely hosting the current site over many
years and the fantastic job he has done.

During the transition of the website to a new host there will be certain times that information or the site will not be available. Please bear with us we will get it done as quickly as possible.

In accepting the entries the committee agreed the inclusion of the Cox GTM in class A8, this class is an eclectic mix and brings out some great competition we look forward to seeing it in action. And while referring to road classes, let me remind competitors of the importance of arriving at events with all of the documentation our scrutineers require – please
reread the entry form, if in doubt.

The Dinner Dance which has been hosted in Aviemore for a few years now is changing venue after a lot of feedback, this year it will be in Perth and more details will be posted as the plans are confirmed thanks to Vicky for her work on this.

Finally, I want to thank everyone for their support and patience while we make improvements to our processes and communications that will allow us to engage better and quicker with competitors, and everyone else who follows our sport, should you have any suggestions or comments for us to consider please let us know by dropping a line to .

All the best it’s time to go racing again.


Tim Thomson