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  • Title: 2300 Club | Originators of the Tour of Mull Car Rally
    Descriptive info: .. 2300 Club.. - Originators of the Tour of Mull Car Rally.. Search.. Main menu.. Skip to primary content.. Skip to secondary content.. Home.. Latest News.. Mullard Trophy Rally.. John Easson Award.. 2013 John Easson Award Winner.. 2012 John Easson Award Winner.. 2011 John Easson Award Winner.. The Tour of Mull.. About 2300 Club.. Contact Us.. Club History.. Committee Pages.. General Committee Documents.. Club Expenses.. Club Rules.. Committee Members List.. 2012 Meeting Minutes.. Meeting 3 3rd May 2012.. Meeting 2 – 15th March 2012.. Meeting 1 2nd February 2012.. 2011 Meeting Minutes.. Meeting 7 1st December 2011.. Meeting 6 6th October 2011.. Meeting 5 1st Sept 2011.. Meeting 4 2nd June 2011.. Meeting 3 7th April 2011.. Meeting 2 3rd February 2011.. Meeting 1 9th December 2010.. 2010 Meeting Minutes.. Meeting 10 10th October 2010.. Meeting 9 3rd September 2010.. Meeting 8 5th August 2010.. Meeting 7 1st July 2010.. Meeting 6 13th May 2010.. Meeting 5 25th March 2010.. Meeting 4 4th March 2010.. Meeting 3 4th February 2010.. Meeting 2 7th January 2010.. Meeting 1 3rd December 2009.. 2009 Meeting Minutes.. Meeting 13 22nd October 2009.. Meeting 12 1st October 2009.. Meeting 11 17th September 2009.. Meeting 10 27th August 2009.. Meeting 9 6th August 2009.. Meeting 8 2nd July 2009.. Meeting 7 4th June 2009.. Meeting 6 7th May 2009.. Meeting 5 2nd April 2009.. Meeting 4 5th March  ...   2007.. Meeting 8 5th July 2007.. Meeting 6 3rd May 2007.. Meeting 5 5th April 2007.. Meeting 4 1st March 2007.. Meeting 2 4th January 2007.. Meeting 1 7th December 2006.. Cookie Policy.. Welcome to the 2300 Club Website.. You have arrived at the website for the 2300 Club.. We are a group of motor sport enthusiasts based in Blackburn, England.. To access specific areas of the site, please use the links under the picture above.. From 1969 to 2009, each year in October, we used to organise a car rally on the Isle of Mull in the Scottish Hebrides (The “.. Tour of Mull.. “).. The last event we organised in 2009 was the 40th Tour of Mull, sponsored by.. Tunnock’s.. For 2010 the reins were taken over by a group of enthusiasts based on the island at.. Mull Car Club.. Now in 2012 the 2300 Club committee are deciding exactly what to do with their considerable talents next….. Zenos Cars.. have launched their new website.. For more information about this new exciting lightweight sports car please visit their site.. Earlier News.. Select Month.. August 2014 (1).. May 2013 (1).. March 2012 (1).. February 2012 (1).. Site Access.. Log in.. Entries.. RSS.. Comments.. WordPress.. org.. © 2300 Club 1955 - 2013.. This site uses cookies (sensibly!).. OK, I'm happy with that.. If you're not sure what this means, please click here instead..

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  • Title: Latest News | 2300 Club | Originators of the Tour of Mull Car Rally
    Descriptive info: 2300 Club 2014 John Easson Award.. Posted on.. August 23, 2014.. by.. Allan Durham.. Reply.. 2300 Club presents:.. The John Easson Award 2014.. The 2300 Club is proud to announce the details of the 2014 John Easson Award for young rally drivers.. First run in 2004, the Award is named after rally driver John Easson, a regular rally competitor and a generous supporter of the 2300 Club before tragically losing his life in an air accident in 1999.. For 2014, the John Easson Award will feature some changes to once again ensure a successful format of assisting a young British competitor with financial support, and maintain its place as the UK’s number one free-to-enter cash prize rally Award.. Allan Durham, Award Scheme Manager, explained: “As a committee we are always looking at ways to manage the award to ensure the winning applicant receives the full benefit of the prize to assist them in their rallying activities.. The award is open to.. drivers.. and new for this year we also welcome applications from.. co- drivers.. Individuals from all disciplines of rallying are eligible to enter, and a junior driver / co-driver has just has much chance of being chosen for the award as an experienced competitor.. The prize is as always fantastic; and worth a total of £4,000 cash to the selected applicant, a huge reward for only a little effort and absolutely no cost.. ”.. The £4,000 prize fund will be used to pay entry fees for a selection of rallies the winning applicant takes part in during the 2015 season, which the committee feel will help ease the financial burden placed on a young driver/ co driver during their rally season.. The final selection process will see the top three applicants for the award being invited to an informal interview with a panel of judges who will decide the overall John Easson Award winner.. The Award is free to enter and open to all drivers / co drivers who fit the following criteria:.. Age under 25 on November 30th  ...   Allan Durham at the contacts below:.. Allan Durham C/o Pro-Tec Motorsport.. Unit 6, Clifton Business Park.. Preston New Road.. Clifton, Preston.. Lancashire, PR4 0XQ.. Previous JEA winners:.. 2004: George Collister, Isle of Man.. 2005: Stevie Brown, Scotland.. 2006: Ryan Borthwick, Scotland.. 2007: Alick Kerr, Scotland.. 2008: Philip Scholes, England.. 2009: Mark McCulloch, Scotland.. 2010: Sara Williams, Wales.. 2011: Osian Pryce, Wales.. 2012: Matt Griffin, England.. 2013: Chris Ingram.. 2014 ? It could be you.. Further information:.. Email: alland@2300club.. Posted in.. News.. |.. Leave a reply.. 2300 Club Announce Mullard Trophy Rally.. May 30, 2013.. Web Master.. We will be running a Navigational Road Rally of around 130 miles centered around Skipton on the 14th September 2013.. Please check the pages from the link above Mullard Trophy Rally for more details.. Tagged.. MullardTrophyRally.. John Easson Award Update.. March 16, 2012.. Our 2011 winner Osian Pryce has now competed on the first round of the British Rally Championship, Bournemouth based International Sunseeker Ralley.. First time out in his new factory built Citroen DS3 R3T, Osian spent the day getting used to his new car, but still came away with a first in class and 4th o/a.. Next round of the BRC is the International Bulldog Rally which takes place next weekend the 23/24 March, the event is set in the welsh forests in Osian’s backyard, so he is hoping local knowledge and the time he has spent testing will give him an advantage.. Talking of his testing, Citroen are so impressed with him, that to-day Thursday Tomorrow, Osian will be at the Sweet lamb testing complex having tuition and help in setting up the car from Citroen Team Junior factory driver Thierry Neuville.. The Belgium driver has flown back directly from last week ends WRC Mexico rally to assist Osian in his preparations for next weeks Bulldog rally.. JohnEassonAward.. February 5, 2012.. 1.. This is the latest news that we want to tell you about:.. Now in 2012 the 2300 Club committee are deciding exactly what to do with their considerable talents next…..

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  • Title: Mullard Trophy Rally | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: The 2300 Club are pleased to announce that the next event that we will be organising is the Mullard Trophy Rally.. This will be a Navigational Road Rally of between 120 to 150 miles.. The route is yet to be finalised, but we can tell you the following details:.. Date: 14th September 2013.. Start:10:00am Bay Horse Pub, Skipton.. Finish: 17:00 (approx) Bay Horse Pub, Skipton.. Maps reqd: OS sheets 97-98-102-103-104.. Food will be available at start (Bacon Butties) and finish (Bar Meals).. Lunch halt Pie and Peas available, plus bar facilities.. To register interest in this, please send an email to:.. Ian Grindrod iang@2300club.. org.. We will provide Regulations from this website when they are available, which will probably be early July.. 4 thoughts on.. on..  ...   cars?.. Simon Boardman.. July 31, 2013 at 2:39 pm.. Please advise when and from where regs can be obtained.. Thanks.. Maurice Ellison.. August 9, 2013 at 9:27 pm.. At the last SD34MSG meeting (July) I asked if this event was going to run.. I was told by the 2300 rep that it was.. Still no sight of regs.. Is it going to run ?.. Leave a Reply.. Cancel reply.. Your email address will not be published.. Required fields are marked.. *.. Name.. Email.. Website.. Comment.. You may use these.. HTML.. tags and attributes:.. a href= title= abbr title= acronym title= b blockquote cite= cite code del datetime= em i q cite= strike strong.. Notify me of follow-up comments by email.. Notify me of new posts by email..

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  • Title: John Easson Award | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: Allan Durham, Award Scheme Manager, explained:.. “As a committee we are always looking at ways to manage the award to ensure the winning applicant receives the full benefit of the prize to assist them in their rallying activities.. The award is open to drivers and new for this year we also welcome applications from co- drivers Individuals from all disciplines of rallying are eligible to enter, and a junior  ...   as an experienced competitor.. Video footage from a rally or test session from OUTSIDE the car; i.. A reference letter from any 3rd party.. And of course applications from previous applicants are always welcomed, and it should be noted many of our winners had been previous applicants.. Entries should be sent to the John Easson Award Manager, Allan Durham at the details below:.. C/o Pro-Tec Motorsport.. Further information eMail:.. alland@2300club..

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  • Title: 2013 John Easson Award Winner | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: 2300 Club are pleased to announce the winner of the 2013 John Easson Award.. Chris Ingram.. Chris has been chosen as the winner of this year’s £4,000 prize fund to assist him with his rallying activities during the 2014 season.. Chris was the choice of the selection committee after 3 hours of deliberations, which saw the attending finalists travel to Preston to take part in a one on one interview with the panel of judges, Allan Whittaker former international co-driver and boss of Motordrive Seats, Co driver legend Ian Grindrod, and boss of Cope Engineering and the vastly experienced rally driver John Cope.. Chris emerged as winner after a very close run contest with runners up Arron Newby and Aaron McClure who both made a very determined challenge for the award.. Chairman of the judging panel, Allan Whittaker of 2300 Club said following the interviews.. “.. Once again this year the standard of applicants has been extremely high, choosing the finalists was in itself a very difficult job for the selection committee, but choosing a winner from the finalists was even more difficult, it is unfortunate that there could only be one winner, however we feel Chris will be a worthy recipient of the John Easson Award and of course we wish runners up Arron Aaron the very best of luck with her continued rallying.. ”.. On behalf of 2300 Club I would like to thank all of this year’s applicants for taking part and look forward to seeing you again next year.. John Easson Award Scheme Manager.. One thought on.. 2300 Club Webmaster.. February 9, 2014 at 10:02 pm.. Youngest Driver Learns in Latvia.. 2014 started with new experiences all round for Chris Ingram the 2013 John Easson Award Winner for UK  ...   studs out of the tyres.. The learning experiences continued throughout the first day as a puncture was picked up early into the final, but monster 30-kilometre night stage.. A bad decision to drive to the end of the stage was made by Chris, which worsened the condition of the tyre and wheel nocking the brake caliper and ripping the fluid pipe off, resulting in no brakes to make the day even more frustrating for the whole team!.. Day 2 consisted of a mix of tight and twisty, and fast flowing stages.. Young Ingram settled down after a frantic first day and began to enjoy the incredible experience that is driving on ice with studded tyres.. The highlight of the event was the final stage of the rally, the 26 kilometre Liepaja stage, which saw the Twingo overcome brake issues to fly to 5th fastest Junior car, being beaten by the eventual winner Jan Cerny and three scandinavian snow experts.. A great positive and confidence boost to take from a difficult rally for the ERC s youngest driver.. Despite all the issues we have had to tackle, I am still so happy to have competed on such a incredible rally! Taking an early 5 points to the Circuit of Ireland could be very important.. I was very happy to set 5th fastest time on one of our few clean stages on the final stage and this shows how much I learnt and improved throughout the weekend.. The 2013 John Easson Award winner Chris Ingram would like to thank Carl Williamson, JB Malherbe Racing Spirit, Renault Sport, FIA ERC and everyone that supported him on his winter rally debut!.. The next round of the ERC Junior is Ingram s favourite; the Circuit of Ireland (17-19 April)..

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  • Title: 2012 John Easson Award Winner | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: The 2300 Club are pleased to announce the winner of the 2012 John Easson Award.. Blackburn driver Matt Griffin has been chosen as the winner of this year’s prestigious award which is worth a total prize fund of £4,000.. The 22 year old was the choice of the judges after very careful deliberation, which saw the three finalists travel to Preston to take part in interviews with the panel of judges.. Matt emerged as the winner after a very close run contest with fellow finalists Garry Pearson and Chis Ingram.. This year the judges were Bury rally driver John Cope co driver “legend” – Ian Grindrod, former international co driver and boss of Motordrive Seats Allan Whittaker, and former Tour of Mull Clerk of the Course Clive Molyneux.. Clive said afterwards,.. It is unfortunate that there  ...   of course we wish runners-up Garry Chris the very best of luck and success with their continued rallying”.. 2300 Club would like to thank all candidates who applied for this year’s award.. May 31, 2013 at 1:01 pm.. John Easson Award winner Matt Griffin prepares to take on the fast lanes of the Scottish Borders this weekend when Matt from Blackburn in Lancashire and Wrexham co driver Chris Spilsted start the next round of the British Rally Championship, The Duns based Jim Clark Rally, the crew will be competing in the BRC Rally Challenge section of the event driving their John Easson/RallySchool.. co.. uk supported Renault Clio 172.. The team will be hoping for a better result than on the previous round of the series, the Cumbria based Pirelli Rally when mechanical issues forced them to retire..

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  • Title: 2011 John Easson Award Winner | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: Our 2011 John Easson Award Winner was Osian Pryce.. His debut was on the 2012 British Rally Championship.. Osian has finished the first round of the series the International Rallye Sunseeker in 4th overall position.. Osian was seeded at #10 on the rally and ran under the John Easson Award as his entrant, His tie up with the award was mentioned quite a few times by the event commentators during the course of the rally.. Osian had only taken delivery of his new rally car a Citroen DC3 R3T, in the previous week, so it was a very good result in a unfamiliar untested car, I think we will see some good results  ...   the 2012 MSA British Rally Championship in a fine 3 o/a position.. 2300 Club wish Osian the very best for continued success in his future rallying activities, and would like to thank him for being an excellent ambassador for the 2300 Club John Easson Award.. The 2300 Club John Easson Award committee now have the daunting task of selecting 3 finalists from the list of applicants who have applied for the 2012 JEA.. Once again the high standard of applications will make the selection committees task very difficult.. As in previous years, the Award will be worth a total of £4,000 cash to the winner to assist his/her rallying budget during the 2013 season..

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  • Title: The “Tour of Mull” | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: The 2300 Club ran the Tour of Mull (.. the Best Rally in the World.. ) on the Isle of Mull in the Scottish Hebredies for 40 years, with the last event run by us in 2009.. In 2010, Mull Car Club ran the Mull Rally to replace it.. The original 2300 Club website for the Tour of Mull can be found HERE.. The Mull Car Club website is HERE.. The  ...   Bert Brown.. March 16, 2013 at 6:11 pm.. Please advise the dates for the rally in 2013.. Many thanks, BB.. March 16, 2013 at 10:18 pm.. Please check the Mull Rally site (link above) as they now run the event.. Barry Whenman.. March 26, 2014 at 10:30 pm.. Please would you update the link for the current rally website to:.. http://mullrally.. This year s event will run from 10th-12th October 2014..

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  • Title: About 2300 Club | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: Contact Us:.. 2300 Club History..

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  • Title: Contact Us | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: Walkers Castle, Hurst Green.. Clitheroe.. Lancashire.. BB7 9QJ.. info@2300club.. 01254-826564.. If you would like to contact us, these are our main e-mail contact details:.. For general questions regarding the 2300 Club, please contact:.. If you have any comments, questions or suggestions for improvements of the website, you can contact our WebMaster:.. webmaster@2300club.. For queries related to Entries to the  ...   to Rally Routes or Regulations, please contact the Clerk of the Course:.. cofc@2300club.. For details of results from 1995 to the present day, please contact the Results Team:.. results@2300club.. If you are a marshal or wish to become one, please contact our Chief Marshal:.. marshal@2300club.. For details of safety provisons for the event, please contact our Safety Officer:.. safety@2300club..

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  • Title: Club History | 2300 Club
    Descriptive info: The 2300 Club began life as the motoring section of a factory sports’ club in Blackburn in 1955.. The factory was Mullards, part of the Philips’ empire, with over 5,000 employees.. The Club was originally the Mullard Motor Cycle and Car Club, but this overlong title was shortened by taking the initial letters as Roman Numerals (MMCCC) and translating them to 2300.. The Club did all the usual things for a number of years.. Navigational rallies, treasure hunts, club nights, cheap tyres and exhausts, but catering for its own members.. The first big step forward was in 1959 with the first Mullard Trophy, a restricted rally to which outside clubs were invited.. The event became an annual affair and was so well received that by 1963 the Mullard Trophy Rally was invited to become a qualifying round for the Motoring News Championship and, with the exception of one year, remained in that prestigious Championship until it came to an end in 1987.. The rallies of the 1960s were in the hands of Arthur Rogers, and were all outstandingly successful, high speed road events.. We used north Lancashire, the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, but it gradually became apparent that the residents of these areas were understandably less than enamoured by these regular night time intrusions by ourselves and many other Clubs.. In 1968 the Committee concluded that they would not be organising any more events of this nature.. The problems were becoming too great and too intractable.. 1968 happened to be the year when Brian Molyneux and his family had a holiday on the Isle of Mull and the germ of a ridiculous idea was sown.. The roads of Mull were ideal for rallying.. Narrow, tortuous and, in places, quite frightening, they would provide a serious test of rallying skills.. The Club was surprised by the enthusiasm the suggestion generated, and was concerned that, perhaps, not everyone knew what they were letting themselves in for.. However, most Island people saw it as a boost to tourism and the various authorities involved were extremely helpful.. We had to rely on the goodwill of the Mull farmers to make sure that the sheep and cattle which abound on the roads of the Island were safely out of the way, something they have done for the 26 years of the event.. The co-operation from all quarters was quite splendid, but still, as the fateful October date in 1969 approached, the organisers were apprehensive in the extreme about the outcome.. They needn’t have worried.. Virtually everyone seemed happy.. The competitors with the challenge they faced and the welcome they received, and the Island people with the bonhomie of the visitors and the spectacle they brought (and, perhaps, the money).. The children of Mull particularly enjoyed the noise, the colour and the razzmatazz which is not normally a feature of life on the Island.. The newspapers called it “The Happy Rally” and urged us to “Haste Ye Back”.. After that sort of reception we had every intention of doing so.. Between 1969 and 1987 the Tour of Mull continued to be successful.. From being initially a one night event, we introduced forest stages and ran a Saturday afternoon section in daylight.. In 1980 it was decided to start the event on Friday night and together with the Saturday afternoon  ...   sums of money to pay the bills for an Act of Parliament.. What you don’t need is organised opposition which, at a conservative estimate, could treble or quadruple the cost.. Had there been such opposition in our case we would have abandoned the project sooner rather than later.. We were incredibly lucky to have various factors on our side.. Strathclyde Regional Council undertook to promote the Act of Parliament.. The Royal Scottish Automobile Club agreed to co-ordinate the process.. Strathclyde Police were, as always, supportive.. Mull, through the Community Council, was decidedly in favour.. The financial guarantees were readily available and there was no opposition at all.. So you might imagine that it would be all plain sailing.. Not so.. We had to run the gauntlet of lawyers requiring clauses which demanded exorbitant insurance premiums, misunderstandings between seemingly intelligent and definitely highly paid people and maverick M.. P.. s out to make a political point totally unconnected with OUR Act of Parliament.. In the end, but a year behind schedule, the Strathclyde Confirmation Act 1990 reached the Statute Book on March 27th 1990.. It would be hard to describe the relief and the satisfaction that was felt by so many people at that time.. In the 2300 Club we described it as a triumph of persistence.. The first closed road rally on the U.. K.. mainland was held on the Island of Mull in October 1990.. Again the organisers were very apprehensive about their first venture, but all went well.. Subsequently the afternoon forest stages were dropped and replaced by daylight stages which proved extremely popular with competitors and spectators alike.. The event has over 170 miles of closed road competition, more, in fact, than many International Rallies and has now been sanctioned to run up to 150 competitors.. The Club has not actively sought championship status, opting instead to run the event purely for the loyal clubman rallyist.. However, 1996 saw the event back in the Motoring News fold after a break of 9 years when the Philips Tour of Mull was the last qualifying event for the EARS Motoring News Championship.. This was the fifth occasion that Philips sponsored the Rally, a happy and appropriate connection that began with the founding of the Club over 40 years ago.. In 2006, the 2300 Club were proud to have a new sponsor, in the form of Tunnock’s.. This family owned Scottish company, headed by the founder’s grandson, Boyd Tunnock, has a long history of producing high quality food products and is world renowned for it’s caramel wafers teacakes.. Tunnock’s were a natural fit for the rally and we enjoyed their sponsorship from 2006 onwards.. In 2009, the 2300 Club ran the 40th Tour of Mull.. We had a full entry list of 150 cars and once again ran a successful rally.. However, the event was marred by a few incidents and accidents and during the latter part of 2009 and early 2010 enthusiasm to re-enage in organising the event for 2010 was greatly diminished.. After much consulatation with Islanders the authorities, it was decided that the 2300 Club would not run a car rally on Mull in 2010 and instead, the local “Mull Car Club” hosted a successful event on the island in October 2010, again with the support of Tunnocks as the principle sponsors..

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