Mablethorpe and District Motor Club
3 September 2022
Lincolnshire Wolds Vintage Hill Climb
(in partnership with the Rotary Club of Louth)

Supplementary Regulations

[1] Announcement
Mablethorpe and District Motor Club will organise a non-competitive, vintage hill climb on 3 September2022 at Scamblesby, Lincolnshire. This is a charity fundraising event promoted by the Rotary Club of Louth.

[2] Jurisdiction
This meeting will be held under the General Regulations of Motorsport UK (incorporating the
provisions of the International Sporting Code of the FIA), and these Supplementary Regulations.

[3] Permits
Motorsport UK Permit No(s): TBC
Route Authorisation No: EOH000546 Lincolnshire Highways closure notice

[4] Eligibility
The event is open to vehicles made before 1940 and which are road legal. UK Road traffic law
applies to the driving of motor vehicles in this event.

[5] Championships -

[6] Scrutineering/Programme
It is expected that vehicles will be road legal and therefore scrutineering will be light touch on the day, on arrival at the event.

[7] Event Start 
The event will start at 10:00am but vehicles will need to be on site before 09:00am for safety briefings and scrutineering.

[8] Description of Event
This is a non-competitive demonstration hill climb for vehicles manufactured before 1940. It takes place on a section of closed public highway of approximately 0.8 miles in length with average gradient of 8%. It will be run on a Motorsport UK Certificate of Exemption. The event is being promoted by the Rotary Club of Louth and all of the monies raised will be distributed as follows: 50% to Cancer Research UK and 50% to local causes supported by Rotary International.

[9] Vehicles Starting Positions
This will be allocated on the day. If a vehicle requires push starting, the entrant must notify the organisers and also provide their starting procedure and risk assessment. Push starting must not take place in the paddock area where pedestrians could be injured. Vehicles will run up the hill individually and will then be held at the top before returning down the hill to the paddock. After approximately 5 vehicles have made the uphill run, the marshal team will return the convoy of vehicles back down the hill to the paddock at low speed.

[10] Practicing Requirements
Practicing will not be permitted.

[11] Identification
Identification numbers will not be required by the organisers.

[12] Pits Area

Participating vehicles only (and safety vehicles if required) will be permitted in the paddock area. Separate parking for trailers and support vehicles will be available. No refuelling is permitted on site.

[13] Judges of Fact
n/a for this event.

[14] Television Coverage
n/a for this event.

[15] Awards
n/a for this event.

[16] Entries

The maximum entry for the meeting is 50 and the minimum is 20. Should the minimum figure
not be reached, the organisers reserve the right to cancel the event.

[17] Entry List

The entry list opens in June 2022 and closes finally on 28 August 2022.
Entry is via the website:
However, by exception, paper entries may be sent to the Secretary of the meeting, Alan Curtis.
TPWM, Enterprise Centre, Lincoln Way, Louth LN11 0LS.

[18] Entry Fee/Refunds

The Entry Fee is a suggested minimum of £35 per vehicle, to include the driver and one passenger.
Should the passenger also wish to participate in the hill climb, the entry fee for one car plus 2
drivers will be a suggested minimum of £50.
All entries must be made on the official form and be accompanied by the entry fee.
If bad weather forces the cancellation of the event prior to 3rd September 2022, refunds will be
processed, less a £10 administration fee, which we will donate to our charities. In the event of
cancellation or curtailment of the meeting on the day, we will not be able to make a refund.

[19] Refusal of Entries

All vehicles taking part in the hill climb must be manufactured before 1940.
Any vehicle deemed to be unsafe by the scrutiniser will not be permitted to take part in the hill


[20] Additional Entry Information
The driver of each car should ensure adequate insurance for their vehicle is in place for this event and the vehicle should road legal and taxed.
National speed limits apply on the closed road section.
Drivers must follow the verbal instructions of the marshals at all times.

[21] Nomination of Drivers
All drivers to be nominated on the entry form at the time of entry.

[22] Postponement/Cancellation
The only likely cancellation will be due to inclement weather prior to the event.
A decision on whether the event will go ahead will be taken in the days prior to 3 September 2022.
We reserve the right to cancel the event due to forces beyond our control. Again we will attempt to give as much notice as possible, prior to cancelling.

[23] Officials
Official Name
Secretary of Meeting: Alan Curtis (Rotary Club of Louth)
Clerk(s) of the Course: TBC
Chief Scrutineer: TBC
Club Steward(s): Lynne Kendall (BMMC)

[24] Provisional Results
n/a for this event

[25] Results
n/a for this event

[26] Protests
n/a for this event

[27] Parc Fermé
n/a for this event

[28] Other Requirements/Information/GDPR Policy Reference:
We will comply with GDPR legislation and reserve the right to hold contact information for future event communications.