HMC run many events, details of new events will be published on this page:
A sealed surface stage rally using the best roads on the famous Epynt Military Ranges.
A reincarnation of the popular 90’s single venue stage rally running on the Royal Welsh showground at Builth Wells. This new event runs a tricky mixed surface on a compact route and has proved to be very popular.
A round of the MSA and BTRDA autotest championship. The best autotesters descend on the Foxley estate, Mansel lacy once a year to do battle at the most technical of all motporsport.
HMC runs smaller events for club members including autotests, grass autotests, navigational scatters and 12 car rallies.
For those who are unsure of what is involved, all you need is a car, the correct O/S map, a romer, a pencil, a torch and a navigator. The aim of the event is to plot all your given clues onto your O/S map and then get to as many clues as possible before your time is up. The events are great fun and are good for practicing your navigational skills and a great way to involve young members in the club.
A 12 car rally is similar to a navigational scatter but follows a defined route to the next time control. Codeboards along the route are used to ensure you have followed the correct path. So unlike a scatter where you know the location of the clue points, these codeboards will sneak up on you. The format is plot and bash so you plot your route as you go. The event is run to a time schedule to minimise speeding.
These are for standard road cars – NO rally cars, NO spot lights, NO noisy exhausts.
Autotests involve driving your car (road car or autotest car) on a timed short route, with penalties added for striking markers and not completing the test correctly. The driver who completes all the routes in the lowest time wins! HMC run several sealed surface and grass production car autotests during the year, usually all forward direction.