Clee Hills Trial 2021 Regs Available

Midland Automobile Club LogoEntries are now open for the 2021 Clee Hills Trial, taking place on Sunday 24th January.

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2021 Clee Hills Trial Entrypack (Cars)
2021 Clee Hills Trial Entrypack (Bikes)

“The event is open to competitors on two, three and four wheels in Classes A,B1, B2,B3, C, D, E, X 1-8, 90 and Class O.

Bikes must have lights please, all cars will be required to carry a passenger but so long as the driver is happy that the person alongside them is in their bubble there will be not further restrictions (subject to any change in Government/Motorsport UK/ACU recommendations). Details of our Covid rules will be published with the final instructions as things may well change.

The event is starting and finishing at The Squirrel (just off the A49 at Foldgate Lane, Ludlow SY8 1LP [email protected])

Accommodation will be available at the Travelodge next door. – Search for LUDLOW, NOT Wooferton (that one is not far away, just not next door)

The 74 mile route through sunny Shropshire includes (currently) ten of our favourite hills, including the Jenny-Wind and Meadowley Wood plus a couple of new ones. There is no figure-of-eight this year, and although we welcome Class O entrants, their route is the same as the others, but just dropping some of the less suitable sections.

Signing On, and Scrutineering will be carried out electronically as per the current regulations, but we WILL have an official wandering around the carpark making random checks. Once again we will be offering the option of Shared Drives, this is NOT double-running, the car gets one score regardless of which person drives the section, rather like the drivers in long-distance sports car racing. Both drivers must be in the car throughout the event. Full regs can be seen at and “paper” copies of the entry forms can be down loaded for those of your friend who do not do Internet. Updates to the entry list and news items will also be posted here as time progresses.”

As this will be the first ACTC event since the reclassification of Dellows, it is worth recapping where they fit. Side-Valve cars on crossplies – Class 2; Side-Valve cars on Radials – Class 5; OHV engined Cars – Class 7.

Start Venue : The Squirrel, Foldgate Lane, Ludlow, SY8 1LP

2021 ACTC Championships Entry Form


Click here to use our online entry system.

NOTE: Championship entries have been carried over from 2020. If you joined the championship in 2020 you do not need to re-enter or pay an entry fee for 2021.

HOWEVER, if you would like paper copies of the 2021 Restart Magazines or if you did not enter the 2020 Championship and wish to enter for 2021 please use the online entry system, or if you would prefer to enter using post/bank transfer the forms are at the bottom of this page.

Car competitors – Special ACTC Membership Benefits for 2021

By arrangement between ACTC, ASWMC and Motorsport UK you can compete in the 2021 Car Championships with the free RS Clubman MSUK Competition Licence – and ACTC membership is frozen at just £11.

As announced by Motorsport UK in November 2019, you WILL need a FREE MSUK “RS Clubman” Competition Licence to compete in ANY motorsport event in 2021. You can apply for this at

As an ACTC Championship Contender you’ll get an automatic invite to the Club events as well as the normal 15 invited Clubs.

There are 10 Car Championship Awards on offer across the Wheelspin and Crackington Leagues. There is also a Navigator League as well as other discretionary awards based on up-coming talent and for those overcoming adversity!

Bike Competitors – FREE ACTC Membership for 2021

Yes that’s right, free membership for 2021. All that we ask is that you come out and compete as much as you can to build your Championship points and hopefully continue your membership in future years.

This initiative is being offered in an attempt to kick-start the Bike Championships by attracting enough contenders to make it a truly competitive season.

There is the Pouncy League for solo motorcycles and the Red Rose Bowl for sidecars and three wheelers with multiple awards in each depending on the number of entries.

Never has there been a better time to join ACTC so why not have a crack at the Championships in 2021?

Not only will you be a Championship contender and receive a quarterly e-copy of Restart Magazine, but your valued membership will help to support the protection and future of our Sport by supporting the ACTC having a voice with important issues such as Rights of Way and fighting against higher fees which are starting to be imposed by Local Authorities for the use of lanes designated as Byways and Footpaths.

Place an Advert in Restart and get FREE ACTC Membership

Purchase a minimum of a half-page advert for the 4x editions of Restart (£35) and get free entry to the ACTC Championships.

ACTC – Become a member, get involved and help support and shape the future of our sport!

Enter online here, or if you would rather send your entry in by post then use the form below.

ACTC Entry Form 2021 (PDF)

ACTC Entry Form 2021 (DOC)

Please email or post your entry form to John Bell – [email protected], postal address is on the form. You can pay by online transfer, or cheque.

2020 Presidents Trial Regs Available

With the cancellation of almost all trial events recently – some good news!! Entries are now open for the rescheduled 2020 Presidents Trial, running on Sunday 18th October.

2020 Presidents Trial Regulations

2020 Presidents Trial Entry Form (PDF)

2020 Presidents Trial Entry Form (DOC)

“Camel Vale Motor Club invite you to this years rescheduled Presidents Trial, held in Bonyalva Woods near Hessenford, just off the A38 near Castle Motors.

We are planning to run a full event, with sections chosen to minimise the potential need for recovery.  Entries will be limited to allow for adequate distancing. You can compete with or without a passenger (masks are compulsory if your passenger is not from the same household).

Please forward this onto anyone else you think would like to come and compete – or marshal. We hope to see you all on what we are expecting to be a warm and sunny autumn day!! ;)”

Venue : Bonyalva Woods, Hessenford (PL14 3PX – OS Map Ref: 201/306582)

2020 ACTC AGM Agenda

ACTCHere is the agenda and additional documents for the 2020 ACTC Annual General Meeting, which will be held via Zoom on Monday 24th August 2020.

2020 August ACTC AGM Agenda

Also for reference here are the draft minutes from the last ACTC meeting in May 2020.

2020 May ACTC Meeting Minutes

Agendas and minutes of all previous meetings will be added over time here.

Please let your clubs ACTC representative know your opinions on any of the issues to be discussed or voted on – this is the time for your voice to be heard!


As per the latest MSUK and government guidelines, passengers from different households are permitted, but both driver and passenger must wear a face mask at ALL times when in the vehicle. Events may choose to allow drivers to run without a passenger. Further guidance should be provided in event regulations and final instructions.

As per the latest ACU guidelines, sidecars are permitted but must have crew members from the same household.

The regs for the upcoming Exmoor Clouds have been updated, allowing passengers from different households and drivers to run with or without a passenger, and accepting entries for sidecars with crew members from the same household.

Exmoor Clouds Trial 2020 Regs Available

Entries are now open for the 2020 Exmoor Clouds Trial, to be held on Sunday 6th September.

(the regs have been updated, allowing passengers from different households and drivers to run with or without a passenger. Also the bike regs have been removed as unfortunately the event is now not able to cater for bikes and sidecars.)

2020 Exmoor Clouds Entry Pack – CARS (DOC)
2020 Exmoor Clouds Entry Pack – CARS (PDF)

“Welcome to the 49th Exmoor Clouds Classic Trial, this year with a twist! Once again we are grateful to Derek Merson for his continued support of this event. In these uncertain times, we have decided to run the Exmoor Clouds as a single venue event based at Headon Woods, an ideal Classic Trials location, and hope to deliver at least 14 sections plus 2 timed tests for you all, with the possibility of some brand new sections mixed in!

Last year’s event was very well received by competitors, and we hope to continue that momentum this year and provide a challenging day’s trialling in the September sunshine.

Every precaution is being taken to ensure a safe day of sport for everybody, so why not join us for another epic on Exmoor on the 6th of September!”

Start Venue : Headon Woods, Minehead, TA24 8SR

No Motorsport Until at least July 2020

Latest from Motorsport UK.

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.