Originators of UK closed road motorsport

Welcome to the 2300 Club “Tour of Mull” Website

You have arrived at the website for the "Tour of Mull" as organised by the 2300 Club. We are a group of motor sport enthusiasts based in Blackburn, England. Each year in October we used to organise a car rally on the Isle of Mull in the Scottish Hebrides (The "Tour of Mull"). This website is no longer being actively updated.

If you're looking for the main 2300 Club website, you will find it here: www.2300club.org

Hopefully, you will find everything you need about us and the rally in these pages. Please use the SEARCH BOX at the top right hand corner of the page to find what you are looking for 

Zenos Cars have launched their new website. For more information about this new exciting lightweight sports car please visit their site This event was open to anybody wanted to have a go in the appropriate vehicle. The event ran from Friday Evening to Sunday morning in three discrete sections. The cars competed against the clock over the public roads, which the police closed to the public during the event. The roads were all tarmac, but also all only single track lanes with lots of hairpins, steep hills and big drops! We started 150 cars on the Friday night and as well as being "The best rally in the world", it was one of the biggest social events in Mull's calendar each year. The pages here attempt to provide all the information you should need to find out what used to go on!

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