So how’s it been? The first month back on track with Motorsport in the U.K. A number of events successfully completed. Lots of learnings. New guidelines to follow. Easing of restrictions. And by the time you read this the first British F1 weekend will be underway.… Continue reading →
Kop Hill Climb Festival (KHCF) volunteers have been recognised with the accolade of the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service (QAVS) 2020, the highest honour bestowed upon local volunteer groups to recognise outstanding work done in their own communities.
While lockdown restrictions are gradually easing, I am sure many of you are still facing the same challenges – home schooling, different working hours, long meetings on Zoom, home exercising, not exercising and in some cases, loneliness and grieving. And as… Continue reading →
The restart of the motorsport season following lockdown is going to be a whole new learning curve for many of us. This coming weekend I will be commentating on the Austrian Grand Prix from Silverstone while just down the road from my… Continue reading →
We have updated the volunteering database to current available information and will continue to update as necessary. Some dates have only been confirmed this week as clubs return their staff from furlough. The plan is still to start Motorsport on 4 July… Continue reading →
As we speed towards July and finally being able to get our probans back on (well if they still fit for some of us!), we caught up with BMMC Club Ambassador Max Coates to find out how he’d been coping… Continue reading →
Motorsport UK have today released their strategy to restart Motorsport disciplines in the U.K. The guidance released is for Race, Rally, Speed, Kart and club events with other disciplines expected to follow in due course.
It certainly feels a bit strange writing this when I should have been at Goodwood for the Members meeting but along with so many events it’s postponed. Hopefully running later in the year but will there be enough days in the… Continue reading →