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 2020 would have seen the event celebrate its 88th Anniversary and the 75th running of the rally.

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 pandemic meant that the event could not run this year. We’ll see you in 2021 instead.

Sponsored by Dumfries & Galloway Council, the rally is based at Lockerbie Lorry Park with the start and finish located in Moffat Town Centre.
The rally runs in forests around the D&G Region including Ae, Castle Oe’r, Twiglees, Rivox and Windy Hill.

You can find the event website HERE.

The RSAC Three Lochs Classic is a Touring Assembly event for historic vehicles manufactured before 1982.
Currently hosted at the Morris Equestrian Centre near Fenwick.
The event normally runs in August with a short route of around 40 miles or a longer 70 mile route.
And yes, it does pass three lochs!

Unfortunately, the continuing COVID situation has resulted in cancellation of the 2020 event .

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 for historic vehicles manufactured before 1982.
The event uses a shorter route than the Three Lochs Classic.

You can find the event website HERE.

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 Scottish Rally Championship and the Scottish Tarmac Rally Championship.
You can find out more about the J1000 HERE.