Chairman Ed Haylock’s round up of September and October activity in the Club is here:
42nd King’s Lynn & DMC Annual Classic Car Rally
The 42nd KLDMC Annual Classic Car Rally will take place on Sunday 30th June 2019. Further details will follow in due course with entry forms expected to be available in March. For information, please email us or call Adrian on 01775 761520.
41st KLDMC Annual Classic Car Rally
Our 41st Annual Classic Car Rally ran on Sunday 8 July 2018. We had a great day with some superb weather. This year’s rally was able to raise £500 in aid of the Norfolk Accident Rescue Service. We are grateful that the event was sponsored again by Anglia Car Auctions of King’s Lynn. Thanks for additional support from Hylton Gott and Witham Oils.
Car of the Day: David Sutton (1931 Bentley Special)
Class winners: Vintage/PVT: Foster Jones (1928 Humber 14/40); Historic Classic: Paul Lovett (1963 Austin Healey 3000); Post-Historic Classic: Geoff Glover (1975 Ford Escort Mexico);
Modern Classic: Stephen Cook (1995 Porsche 911); Most Appropriately Attired Crew: Mr & Mrs Rick Fryer (1929 Austin Seven)
We look forward to seeing you again in 2019.
The KLDMC team
Page last updated on 1 Oct 2018
Thanks to David Bell and team for organising this event.
Thanks to all who supported this event and to Greg Bates for the use of his field.
Results: results0818 Gym
Welcome to the April newsletter.
This is my first report as Chairman of the club and I am really looking forward to the year ahead and the events that the club are organising or involved in. I would like to thank Mark Banham for his hard work as Chairman over the past few years and his involvement in all aspects of the club from stage rallying to the monthly 12 cars. He will definitely be a hard act to follow as he has left the club in a very strong position with a healthy membership and well supported events.
Results for the Chris More Memorial Rally can be found below.
Tab one is the overall, Then I have a breakdown on the following pages for the two individual time cards. I have given the best grid reference I can for the code boards that were missed. Any questions then email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to all the Marshalls that showed a fantastic commitment to carry out duties at multiple locations in some rather terrible conditions.
Well done to Bob Baker and Brian Cammack on the overall win only dropping 1 minute all night.
Well done to Rob Kitchen and Jonathan Stimpson who came equal second but were classified to third place on the furthest cleanest rule but were still first Novice Crew.
On the night I counted it with positions and the lowest number won but I saw that previous events had been counted as 1st place 12 points so reverted back to this way of counting.
Special thank you to the following
Steve Tilburn of Hylton Gott for the start Venue
Toby Fleming of Eastgate Farms for the use of the white road.
Paul Brunton of SCCON for assistance in getting the white road.
Marc and Sharron Sheffield of Shefs for the fantastic catering at the finish
Mark Banham for being Chief Marshall
Tim Banham and Shaun Hannon for route checking.
Ed Prevett, Nick Way and Megan Way for Closing Car
Marc Sheffield and Shaun Hannon for running Course Car
Hockwold Hall for supplying us with a finish venue.