Evesham. WR11 4UH
- CAMPING MUST BE PRE-BOOKED – NO EXCEPTIONS
- ALL SUBJECT TO GOVERNMENT RESTRICTIONS
The Martin Gallis & Mick Gillett Memorial Comp Safari
ENTRIES OPEN TO S&S CSC REGISTERED DRIVERS ONLY UNTIL 25th JUNE 2021 WHEN ANY SPARE PLACES WILL BE AVAILABLE TO PRE-BOOK – click HERE for more information.
OPEN Comp Safari – Open to all Members of Motorsport UK Clubs.
£90 pre-booked – £110 if paid on the day (limited to 60 entries).
Scrutineering from 5pm to 7pm on Friday, and 8am to 9am prompt on Saturday.
Competition starts at 10am, and will finish by 4pm.
Camping available Friday and Saturday nights for £10. Toilets will be on site and catering will be provided by Boundary Bangers.
Please note when booking in that a Running No. is required for Comp Safari – we will contact you if the number is already allocated.
You must put your class down on the booking in – choosing from:-
Class 1 – Independent Suspension, engine size 4,600 or more
Class 1a – Independent Suspension, engine size 4,599 or less
Class 2 ‐ Coil Sprung Beam Axle, engine size 4,000cc or more
Class 3 ‐ Coil Sprung Beam Axle, engine size 3,999cc or less
Class 4 ‐ Coil Sprung Diesel (all engines)
Class 5 ‐ Leaf Sprung (all engines)
Class 6 ‐ Production Vehicles (all engines) *
Class 7 ‐ Two Wheel Drive (all engines)
Class 8 – Sports Utility Task Vehicle (UTV) – all engine sizes #
* Entrants in class 6 will be allowed at the discretion of the scrutineer
# Entrants to Class 8 to MSA guidelines (ie. production vehicle).
This event is Round 4 of the 2021 Staffs & Shrops Comp Safari Championship, but is open to all drivers on a first come first served basis – details of the S&S CSC, including how to register, can be found HERE.
Ferndown Wood, Low Road, Church Lench, Evesham. WR11 4UH
From Junction 6 of the M5 take the A4538 toward Evesham, then take the A442 towards Stratford. Take the first turning for Flyford Flavell (signposted The Boot Inn), then take a right turn at Radford passing through Rous Lench. The site is off Low Road and is reached before you get to the point the postcode takes you to. The gateway will be signposted and easily accessible. Coming from the other direction is through some small villages, so this way is advised.