Year Established:- 1956
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Information about the Club
Sevenoaks District Motor Club was founded in 1954. The club is one of the larger MSA affiliated motoring clubs in the country with a membership of approximately 200. Our members have ranged from people involved in the lowest level of club motorsport to the likes of Patrick Watts, former Peugeot BTCC Works Driver, and Vic Elford who carried our badge on his helmet all over the world.
The club is actively involved in most aspects of motorsport. We organise our own sprint championship, 12-car rally series, and summer autotest series.
There is something for everybody whether you wish to compete or help out with marshalling or administration.
We publish a monthly magazine called the Acorn. This typically has a topical cover and B/W photos inside. The Acorn contains regular competition updates, news from the social scene, articles submitted by members, and members` adverts.
It is also published on the Sevenoaks website in colour and you are invited to contribute to our "Fast Talk" forum chat pages.
Our social events are very popular with a wide array of activities and other entertainment. We meet at The Bell in Kemsing on the third Wednesday of every month, but sometimes we "play away" so check with us first!
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