First run in 2016, the Andy Mort Tour has become something of a fixture in the Annual 2300 Club Calendar and in 2020, despite the challenging times this year, we intend to go ahead – all be it with some changes to ensure that everyone is safe. So, the date for your diary is Saturday 17th October 2020
Organised in memory of former club member Andy Mort. The event takes place each October and is a gentle run around Lancashire / Yorkshire. It is not a timed or competitive event and is classed by the MSA as a ‘Touring Assembly’ – for the layman that is code ‘for a leisurely scenic run in the country on proper Tarmac roads.’ … so no need for roll cages, sump guards, etc! There will be prizes for the correct route as well as best turned out car etc etc. The navigation is via Tulips from a supplied Road Book or the option of using map references.
This year will see another fantastic route, with measures in place from MSUK and Government Covid19 guidlines to ensure a safe event for all. Sadly at this time there will be no evening meal or speaker – just a good old fashioned navigational run with great cars & great people. There will of course be a full refund If we have to cancel the event. If there is enough initial interest we will proceed with an online entry system. Keep an eye out for details soon on Facebook, Instagram & here for more details. Not our usual event but still organised at our usual high standard!