Hi please find the minutes available for download here of via the pull down menus on the website
Is there an experienced Mallala driver in the club who would like to be part of the Red Heifer racing team in the 6 hour event at Mallala on May 2nd. Our group has one vacancy remaining to form a 5 car team.
Please contact Pat Miller 0n 0421289706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
URGENT Re-Union / Re-Visited Dinner Incorporating Stars and their Cars
17 April at Sporting Car Club clubrooms
Thanks to all those members who have responded.
*** But if you haven’t done so, now is the time to RSVP for everyone planning to attend this club event. RSVP to : email@example.com
It’s the only way we can handle catering numbers.
All you need to know:
Date: Saturday 17 April 2021
Venue: Sporting Car Club at 51 King William Road Unley
Time: 6.30pm for 7pm
Cost: $40ph Note if the Club is holding your payment for our cancelled “Namaste” dinner you do NOT have to pay twice.
Account Name: THE SPRITE CLUB OF SA INC.
Account Number: 20-743-2628
MSCA Peter Hall Memorial 6 hour Regularity Relay which will be run on Sunday 2nd May 2021.
Supplementary Regulations are up on the MSCA website. http://www.mscasa.com/suppregs/6hourreg/supp_reg.aspx, entries are open and to be lodged through the Motorsport Australia Entry System.
Please get a team or two organised and come and enjoy the day with us this year, alternatively contact Pat Miller for Team info for the Red Heifers. Unfortunately due to COVID-19 restrictions, NO DINNER will be held on Sunday night but presentation will be conducted about 6:00pm on Sunday 2nd May 2021. Mallala Motorsport Park will have a practice day for cars only on Saturday 1st May 2021. Cost not included in entry. Refer to home page of the MSCA website sight for booking details. Scrutineering will be done via the MA Self-Scrutineering Checklist & MA Self Statement of Vehicle Compliance which need to be submitted with the COVID-19 checklist & Mallala Waiver forms to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to entering. Form B’s which are available on our website need to be submitted by the Team Manager.
Please do not hesitate to contact me for further information by emailing msca on email@example.com
Please find info on the dinner and stars with their cars in the attached pdfSprite_Dinner
Sprite Club Mid-Week Run Wed 17th March.
Club members at Hazelwood Park, beautiful autumn morning, Covid sign in done. Time for briefing, great news no traffic lights at all.
11 cars, 4 Sprites, 2 MG Midgets, 1 MX5,1 Golf Convertible,1 Tigra,1 Saab,1Jazz and Chris & Tina met us for lunch.
We crossed the Hill Face, through back streets, on and off the SE Freeway, Mt Lofty, Old Norton Summit, Teringie. Morning Tea spot Morialta Park. Marble Hill road and on to Scenic Hotel for lunch.
67 Kilometres of winding roads, great views across the Valleys and the City skyline to the beaches beyond.
Great Run notes, a couple of missed turns and a road closure all made for a happy group of Sprites and others.
Lunch in the Beer Garden at the Scenic Hotel, under new owners delivered great meals.
Once again Russell & Judy organised a great run lots of twists and turns, with some roads not travelled, it takes time and effort to keep coming up interesting runs for us to enjoy.
Gary Brock thanked them both for another great day.
Club members interested in attending this event will get free entry with historic cars, however they must be in place between 10 – 11am on Sunday Morning
Registrations for the 2021 Bay to Birdwood, one of the world’s great historic motoring events, are now open. Click on the link below to register your vehicle and be one of the participants on Sunday 26 September.
“The Bay to Birdwood’s new shape – celebrating all eras of historic motoring – was successfully ‘road-tested’ last year and this will be the new look for the Bay to Birdwood from hereon in,” said the Bay to Birdwood Chair, Michael Neale. “It is an iconic event, part of the fabric of the nation and we are really proud to present it here in South Australia every year.”
This year’s event will follow in the footsteps of 2020’s with a COVID-safe environment to keep all participants and spectators safe. It will again be a showcase of motoring history, with vehicles from all decades – antique, veteran, vintage and post war/early classic, classic, post classic and modern up to 31 December 1991. Due to current regulations, participation is restricted to 1400 vehicles (this may change as the event gets closer).Register online ASAP as places will fill fast.
Reminder to all Club members of the Over Covid Festival on this Sunday 14th March.
Live bands, food, wine, stalls and the Classic Car Display.
Club member Garry Beaton has been instrumental in organising a fund-raising event for the Adelaide Hills communities that have been through many challenges for the past two years – bushfires, COVID, varying fruit crops, etc
The Sprite Club has been invited to participate this event, we’d like to see as many cars as we can get up to the Lenswood oval .
Also there will be a “Most Appealing Car” award, voted by the public.
Garry provided the following information for club members…
“As mentioned as many Sprite, Clubmans or any classic vehicle will be most welcome . NO admission charge for the cars and their passengers, we would like all vehicles there between 10 -11am and they can leave between the band changes approx 1.5 hrs advise if any further info required we need to have an idea of attendee numbers for covid marshalls and also advise all car owners to have their log books as we have police on site.
Please advise of attendance at firstname.lastname@example.org or Gordon Boyce email@example.com