The RSAC Scottish Rally is the biggest event that the club organises.
It is one of the longest running events in the Scottish rallying calendar and in 2023 will be held for the 77th time.

Sponsored by Dumfries & Galloway Council, and a round of the 2023 KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship, the 2023 event planning is well underway.
The unfortunate closure of Lockerbie Lorry Park means that we are looking for a new “home” but discussions are well progressed.

Announcements on the 2023 event will be made via our social media channels in early 2023.

You can find the event website HERE.

The RSAC Three Lochs Classic is a Touring Assembly event primarily for historic vehicles manufactured before 1982.

The route is usually around 70 miles long with a shorter route of 40 miles for older vehicles.

And yes, it does pass three lochs!

You can find the event website HERE.

The RSAC Spring Run is our newest event, launched in 2019. This is also a Touring Assembly event but with a shorter route than the Three Lochs Classic.

More information is available on the event website.

 

The Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge is not specifically a club event.
RSAC Motorsport however are the permit holders for the Championship.
The J1000 Ecosse Challenge is aimed at 14-17 year olds and is designed to introduce them to rallying in a safe and controlled manner.
Many J1000 alumni have gone on to drive in the British Rally Championship, the Scottish Rally Championship and the Scottish Tarmack Rally Championship.

You can find out more about the J1000 HERE.

You can find out more about the J1000 HERE.