Scottish Sprint and Hillclimb Championship Awards 2021
Invercarse Hotel, Perth Road Dundee
On Saturday 27th November 2021, 6pm for 6.30pm Sharp
Tickets £35 per person
We would like to invite you and your guests to join us, as together we celebrate another year of great motorsport. Join us for a 3 course dinner followed by the presentation of awards and then dancing the night away. There will also be the usual raffle to cover the cost of the band so all donations would be welcome. The band are the same as 2019 “Whiteside”.
To book your tickets please email email@example.com and advise as to how many tickets you require. You will then receive an email with further details for making payment and menu selections.
We hope that as many of you as possible will join us for the whole weekend.
To book your accommodation please call the hotel directly on
01382 669231 and quote Scottish Sprint and the date (27th Nov).
Rooms are from £75 BB per room per night, This Price is also available for the Friday night if you wish to make a weekend of it.(Go on you know you want to!!)
There are a quantity of rooms reserved for us and these will go on a first come ,first serve basis
In light of recent developments in the COVID-19 crisis, and following the address to the nation by the Prime Minister on the evening of 23rd March, Motorsport UK has today extended its suspension of all organising permits and Certificates of Exemption for motorsport events until at least 30th June.
This move provides clear guidance to event organisers, venues, competitors, officials and volunteer marshals of the role that Motorsport UK must play in supporting the broader UK public health agenda.
In recent days the feedback from our members and the community was a need for increased clarity to allow them to plan appropriately and, should the need arise, put in place necessary contingency measures.
Motorsport UK Chairman, David Richards explained, “Motorsport UK has a vital role to play with its community in re-inforcing that, at this time of national emergency, we must all stay at home to play our part in protecting the NHS and ultimately saving lives. Today, the government have required that we effectively lock-down for a period of three weeks, however given that the most vulnerable in our society are required to isolate for three months, it is evident that the most responsible course of action was to propose a longer suspension of our sport. When we reflect back on this time, it will be a brief, but vital, hiatus from our everyday motorsport life and we must put this in perspective. This is a time of national unity and we need to come together with the broader public community to do all we can to support this battle and ultimately save lives.”
Motorsport UK will continue to monitor the prevailing advice from the UK Government in respect of the COVID-19 international pandemic and will update the motorsport community accordingly.