The 2300 Club of Blackburn is pleased to announce that the 2022 Andy Mort Tour will take place on Saturday, October the 22nd.
The regulations and entry form will go live on Monday the 8th of August, on the Club website. Entries will be through the online entry system introduced last year, with payment by BACS only.
The start and finish will once again be at West Bradford Village Hall, near Clitheroe, and in between will be a 125-mile route taking in some of the best driving roads in the North-West.
As a touring assembly, there is no competition element to the Andy Mort Tour, although crews will be required to follow the supplied tulip road book and visit the code board checkpoints to qualify as a finisher.
The entire route takes place on sealed roads and can be safely driven in a standard road car without the need for special modifications.
A lunch halt has been arranged at the Bridge House Tea Rooms at Wray, where refreshments will be served.
There will also be an optional fun driving test at the finish to round off the day. As in previous years, the entry limit has been set at 50 cars.
*The entry fee for the 2022 Andy Mort Tour is £55.00 for driver and navigator, which includes breakfast roll and tea or coffee at the start, a light snack at the lunch halt and a meal at the finish.
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