The Ulster Automobile Club will organise an interclub Sprint on 8th October 2022 at Kirkistown Race Circuit.
The Ulster Automobile Club will organise a Clubman’s Permit Production Car Autotest on Tuesday 27th December
2022 at Kirkistown Racing Circuit, 130 Rubane Road, Kircubbin, BT22 1AU.
INTBDR Regulations 2022
Northern Ireland Motorsport is a very close knit community and the Ulster Automobile Club are delighted to announce that they have reached out to Cookstown Motor Club to co-promote and organise the 2023 Circuit of Ireland Easter Stages Rally, yet another first in the history of this iconic event.
This event continually reinvents itself providing competitors, fans and global audiences with the opportunity to enjoy unique personal experiences of closed road rallies, within the spectacular landscape that Northern Ireland has to offer.
Graeme Stewart, Event Director of the 2022 Rally commented, “It’s clear that collaboration is the only way forward for closed road rallying and I am delighted that Cookstown Motor Club have decided to join us in this exciting new venture“.Read more
With the sad news of the death of Queen Elizabeth II yesterday, the Council and membership of the Ulster Automobile Club Ltd wish to extend our heartfelt condolences to the Royal Family and all those mourning her loss. Her Majesty was a selfless leader whose work ethos and devotion to her family will be sadly missed by many people from all walks of life across the nation.
It is with sincere regret that the Ulster Automobile Club have made the decision to cancel the 2022 Knockagh Hill Climb, which was due to be the final round of the ANICC Hill Climb Championship & the UAC Club Championship.
This decision was not taken lightly, but due to lack of entries & rising costs this meant that it was not feasible to run the event.
We hope you understand our decision & look forward to seeing you at our next event, the UAC October Sprint on Saturday 8th October at Kirkistown.
A full refund will be given to each entrant, but please be patient as this does take some time to process.
The Club would like to thank all those competitors who had entered & all those that had signed on to marshal and support the Hill Climb.
Once again our sincere apologies.
Yours in Motorsport
Clerk of the Course
Entries for the final round of the ANICC Millers Oils Hill Climb Championship are now open – please visit rallyscore.net.
Attention All Members
Don’t forget the AGM on 29th June 2022 at 19:30 in Shandon Park Golf Club.
Relevant paper work, nomination forms, minutes of previous AGM, etc., can be downloaded below using the password which was emailed to you.
95th AGM Minutes
AGM Current Members of Council 2021-2022
AGM Invite Notice 2022
AGM Nomination of Office Bearers 2022
Secretary’s Report 2021 UAC
UAC Annual Accounts for 2021
Last Sunday in Mount Stewart House and Gardens the Ulster Automobile Club displayed 10 cars and 10 Motor Bikes representing each of the decades to celebrate this historic anniversary.
This is a significant milestone in the history of Road Races because this Act facilitated the closing of public roads for the purposes of racing. Currently some of the most famous uses of this legislation include the North West 200, Tandragee 100 and Armoy Road Races for motorcycles. Special thanks to Will Corry Senior who arranged all the motorbikes and to Ray McCullough’ the Dromara destroyer for his appearance on the day.Read more
Wallace Menzies clearly demonstrated why he is the current Avon Tyres British Hill Climb Champion by setting the Fastest Time of the Day on the Simon Brien Residential UAC Craigantlet Hill Climb, netting him the News Letter Trophy. (Pic A) His driving skills also resulted in him collecting the Dunlop Trophy (Pic B) for his Class 15 win and taking a ‘clean sweep’ by winning both rounds 3 and 4 of the Avon Tyres British Hill Climb Championship at the weekend. Nichola, Wallace’s wife received the Noble Trophy for the second year in a row as the fastest lady up the Hill. (Pics C&D) Congratulations to them both!
The battle for the overall win was intense as the rain continued to fall throughout the day making traction of the start line and on some of the corners a challenging prospect, however the big man from Alloa in his Gould GR59-M set the Fastest Time of the Day (Pic E). Given the conditions, only 5 seconds off the current hill record of 39.12s (jointly held by Scott Moran and Dave Uren) this was a magnificent result. Second place driver Alex Summers in his DJ Firestorm (Pic F) followed by 0.17 seconds who in turn was 0.54 seconds faster than Scott Moran in his Gould GR59J (Pic G).Read more
Final Instruction No. 1 (Issued 26th April 2022)
Due to the increase in the number of entries scrutiny will be held on Friday Evening, 29th April 2022, from 18:00 until 21:00 at the car park in Campbell College, Belmont Road, Belfast, BT4 2ND.
A limited number of places may be offered for Saturday Morning at the ‘Hill’.
A map with directions is displayed below…