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Regional Associations

For virtually every form of motor sport you intend to pursue, your first step will be to join a motor club recognised by the British governing body, MSA.

The Regional Association will be able to advise you of the most suitable club, either because that club meets near your home, or because it organises the type of events which you wish to do. (NB - kart racing has its own associations).


Association of Central Southern Motor Clubs (ACSMC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: South East England, South West England, Central Southern
The Association of Central Southern Motor Clubs has grown into one of the biggest - if not the biggest Regional Association in the country.
Contact:
John Oliver
email:
john@acsmc.com
Website:
www.acsmc.com
Association of Eastern Motor Clubs (AEMC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: South East England
The AEMC is the forum for motor sport in East Anglia.
Contact:
Alan Barnard
email:
alan.barnard@tiscali.co.uk
Website:
www.aemc.org.uk/
Association of North East & Cumbria Car Clubs (ANECCC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints
Geographic Area: North West England, North East England
Welcome to the website of the Association of North East & Cumbrian Car Clubs (ANECCC). The Association encompasses the Car Clubs of the North of England and Southern Scotland.
Contact:
Ian Dixon
email:
rede30@talktalk.net
Website:
www.aneccc.org.uk
Association of North East Midland Motor Clubs (ANEMMC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: East Midlands
ANEMMC meetings are held at The Bentley Hotel, Newark Road, South Hykeham, Lincoln
Contact:
Avril Clarke
email:
secretary@anemmc.org
Website:
www.anemmc.org
Association of North Western Car Clubs (ANWCC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: North West England
Formed in 1957, the Association of North-Western Car Clubs is one of 15 Motor Sport Associations set up across the UK, answerable to the governing body, the Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports Association (MSA UK) to administer and encourage motor sport in the area. Geographically, our official area of responsibility it quite small, comprising Merseyside, Cheshire and the North-East of Wales. In reality our area of operation is extensive. We have over 80 member clubs who organise events far and wide, and we run 21 championships for the members of those clubs, covering most motor sport disciplines and catering for both novice and expert competitors. We also have officials on MSA committees and a wealth of knowledge that we willingly share with our members.
Contact:
Mark Wilkinson
email:
anwcc@stockport061.co.uk
Website:
www.anwcc.org/
Association of Northern Car Clubs (ANCC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: North East England
The ANCC was the very first Regional Association to be formed back in 1947. Its area covers the Ordnance Survey Landranger Map numbers 97 to 107 the top half of 109, all 110 and 111 (but exc. map 120) and the forests on map 94.
Contact:
Karen Humphries
email:
karen.humphries@ancc.co.uk
Website:
www.ancc.co.uk/
Association of Northern Ireland Car Clubs (ANICC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: Northern Ireland
The Association of Northern Ireland Car Clubs role has been to harmonise and assemble the dates, to promote the Northern Ireland Championships, to liaise with our own and other Governing bodies of the sport and with Government departments, Sports Councils, the Lottery Fund and other sources of grant aid. IN effect the ANICC is here to provide assistance and guidance to all our clubs and competitors in promoting our sport. Our Motorsports Marshalling Partnership is aimed at attracting new marshals, and will reward those existing marshals who put most into the sport
Contact:

email:
mmpni@yahoo.co.uk.
Website:
www.anicc.org.uk
Association of South East Motor Clubs (ASEMC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: South East England
Visit the ASEMC website, via the link, where you will find all you need to know about the association itself, a list of our member clubs, the championships we are part of as well as all the events that our member clubs take part in.
Contact:
Andy Kilby
email:
asemc@blueyonder.co.uk
Website:
www.asemc.org.uk/
Association of South West Motor Clubs (ASWMC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: South West England
The ASWMC first came into being on the 9th of March 1957 to assist local motor clubs with group representation at the then RAC's Competition Department to safeguard their interests and activities. We were not the first Association as similar ones had been formed in the North in 1948 and the Midlands in the early 1950's. Back then we had just 21 member clubs, we currently have 78 member clubs making us one of the largest Regional Associations in the UK.
Contact:
Alan Whitney
email:
alanaswmc@hotmail.com
Website:
www.aswmc.org.uk
Association of West Midlands Motor Clubs (AWMMC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: West Midlands
The Association of West Midland Motor Clubs is one of Fifteen Regional Associations created by the Motor Sports Association for the purpose of co-ordinating motor sport affairs in their respective areas and to act as a link between the MSA and Motor Clubs. The Regional Committee is responsible for discussing all matters which are likely to affect clubs in all branches of motor sport and advising the MSA of any changes of Regulations etc. which they feel may be of benefit to clubs. It also liaises with other specialist committees and has direct representation on both the rallies and the safety committees. In summary the Association is there to help member clubs with any problems they may have.
Contact:
John Arnold
email:
arnold211@btinternet.com
Website:
www.awmmc.org.uk
East Midlands Association of Motor Clubs (EMAMC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: East Midlands
The East Midlands Association of Motor Clubs is one of Fifteen Regional Associations created by the Motor Sports Association for the purpose of co-ordinating motor sport affairs in their respective areas and to act as a link between the MSA and Motor Clubs. The Regional Committee is responsible for discussing all matters which are likely to affect clubs in all branches of motor sport and advising the MSA of any changes of Regulations etc. which they feel may be of benefit to clubs. It also liaises with other specialist committees and has direct representation on both the rallies and the safety committees.
Contact:
Andy Large
email:

Website:
www.emamc.org.uk/
Scottish Association of Car Clubs (SACC)
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Main Disciplines:Autotests, Cross Country, Hillclimbs, Karting, Race, Rally, Rallycross, Sprints, Trials
Geographic Area: Scotland
Scotland Association of Car Clubs (SACC) is one of the regional associations affiliated to the MSA, the UK governing body for four-wheeled motor sport. The region SACC was ceated in 2010 from the merger of the old East and West of Scotland Associations, and covers the whole of Scotland
Contact:
Lock Horsburgh
email:
lock@scottishcarclubs.com
Website:
www.scottishcarclubs.com/
Welsh Association of Motor Clubs (WAMC)
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Main Disciplines:Race, Rally, Cross Country, Karting, Autotests, Sprints, Hillclimbs, Trials, Rallycross
Geographic Area: Wales
The objective of the Association is to assist Member clubs in the furtherance of all recognised forms of motor sport.
Contact:
Geoff Field
email:
wamcsec@aol.com
Website:
www.wamcweb.com