DON’T FORGET TO SEND YOUR SCOTT TRIAL ENTRY IN NOW!
As the August weeks fly by, here’s another reminder to get your Scott Trial entry forms in before the closing date of Friday 8th September!
Don’t miss out, get your entry in now! Download here:
Scott Trial 2017 -Regs Scott Trial 2017 Entry Form
SCOTT TRIAL AWARDS SECRETARY VACANCY – CAN YOU HELP?
We also currently have a vacant position of Awards Secretary for The Scott Trial. If you would like to get involved in the organisation of this epic trial and shadow some of the work which is already underway this year, including the administration of award sponsors and ordering of awards, etc., with a view to taking the role on fully next year, please get in touch with our secretary Ken Wallis: firstname.lastname@example.org. The job also entails setting up the award display on Scott Trial day prior to the presentation evening and also being available on the night to coordinate the awards and trophies being presented. Help and guidance will be given from our team to start you off in this role – please get in touch for more information.
Please note we have had to change the date and venue again for our next Easy Clubman and Youth Trial.
The Richardson Trophy Trial will now be held on the Saturday 2nd of September
At Underbanks (between Marske and Reeth).
Start Time: 12.30
Catering to be confirmed.
Any questions contact Sandra Fowler : 01969 624146
Provisional results from today’s trial are available to download here : Carlton 2017
Richmond Motor Club would like to thank the Landowners, Clerk of the Course and helpers, Caterers, Paul Astwood, for taking the conducted course, Secretary and anyone else involved in the running of today’s trial. Also thank you to all the riders for entering and taking part and to our observers.
Easy Clubman and Youth Trial, Town Foot Farm, Carlton, DL8 4BA
Download entry forms here: Entry Form – easy clubman Trials carlton17
Start Time: 10.30am:
Catering will be available,
Please check the RMC website for any changes,
Any questions contact Sandra Fowler on 01969 624146
James Stones 2017 Reeth 3 Day Winner – photo courtesy of Charlotte Brown
Richmond Motor Club would like to thank all those involved in the running of this years Reeth 3 Day Championship Trial. A great weekend of trialing was had by all, starting off on Friday with sections around the Hurst area with the Riders carvery event in the evening. Our thanks go to Lindsey, Martin and all their team for another great meal, it takes a very special organisation to provide a hot carvery for 350+ people in a marquee in a field! This was their last 3 day providing the catering for us as their work load increases else where. The weather this year played a big part with torrential rain on Saturday, but the trial went on with 35 sections around Arkengarthdale. Sunday brought a better day weather wise with 30 sections around Swaledale.
We would like to thank all the landowners, tenant farmers, gamekeepers, observers & sponsors without whom, as always, the trial could not run. Also the 3 Day Team (too numerous to mention) including the Clerks of the Course and their assistants, for all working so hard to make the weekend run smoothly. Many thanks as well to all the riders for entering, taking part and making the journey from near and far and battling the elements on Saturday.
Finally many congratulations to James Stones on winning the Cliff Addison Trophy, Philip Alderson on winning the Green Course and Anthony Stephen for winning the Clubman Course.
Provisional Results can be downloaded here: Reeth 3 Day 2017 – Provisional Final Results
Reeth 3 Day Awards Sheet: Reeth Three Day Awards 2017