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2300 Club overwhelmed by response to Andy Mort Tour

The announcement earlier this month that the 2020 Andy Mort Tour will go ahead has been greeted with eager anticipation by enthusiasts. After months of uncertainty because of the Covid-19 crisis, the 2300 Club was only able to launch the event, which takes place on Saturday, October 17, two weeks ago. But in that time, the club have been overwhelmed by the reaction to the Tour going ahead.

“We’ve had an amazing response from everyone,” said club chairman Neil Molyneux. “The feedback we received from a mailshot sent to previous entrants was 100 per cent positive, and after making the public announcement on our website on August 7, we have had numerous enquiries from drivers new to the Tour.”

“After so much inactivity in the last few months, I think people just want to dust off their cars and have a great day out.”

The entry to the 2020 Andy Mort Tour will be limited to 50 cars, and the regulations and entry form will be published on this website early in September.

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