|Date||Event||Host Club / Promoter||Comments / Documentation for Downloading|
|2014/02/08-09||18th Midas George Old Car Show||Southern Cape Old Car Club||
The 18th MIDAS George Old Car Show will take place on 8th and 9th February 2014 at the PW Botha College in York Street, George.
The main purpose of the show is to allow like-minded old car and motorcycle enthusiasts to share their passion with each other as well as with the public.
In addition to the large selection of vintage, veteran and classic cars and motorcycles, the Midas George Old Car Show also features some of the latest new car models on the market as well as a large selection of vintage tractors, stationary engines and modified cars or street rods which will also be on display.
One of the largest displays of model cars in the country will also be featured.
The special exhibition for the 2014 show will be Micro Cars, small cars with an engine capacity of less than 850cc.
Interest in the show has grown world-wide while several visitors from abroad plan their annual vacations to coincide with the show.
So come and enjoy an outing for the whole family and reminisce on the days gone by at the 18th Midas George Old Car Show.
|2014/02/16||The Kalk Bay Run||The Crankhandle Club||
The Kalk Bay Run commemorates the first ever organised motoring event in South Africa which was run from Greenmarket Square to Kalk Bay in 1901.
The 2014 event, organised by The Crankhandle Club, the largest and most active old car club in Cape Town, will run from the Crankhandle Club clubhouse in Wynburg to Simonstown.
Only veteran vehicles manufactured on or before 31 December 1918 may take part. Twenty one vehicles attended the 2013 run.
For further information contact:
|2014/03/06-08||DJ Run. The Durban-Johannesburg Commemorative Run||Vintage and Veteran Club||
A highlight of the Classic Motorcycling Calendar is the annual Durban to Johannesburg Commemorative Run. It is a Reliability and Regularity Trial over a total distance of approximately 700km.
If your motorcycle or sidecar combination was manufactured on or before 31st December 1936, you may be eligible to enter. It is extremely well organised and supported and entries are limited to the first 150.
The DJ Run website contains a comprehensive history of this famous event.
DOCUMENTS FOR DOWNLOADING
DJ Run 2014 Supplementary Regulations
This document contains the following:
Marshals & Tender Vehicles
Declaration by Driver/Rider/Official
Documentation Check List
DJ Run 2014 Additional Accommodation - Contact details for Bed And Breakfasts: Hillcrest / KwaZulu-Natal
|2014/03/08||Cars at the Airport||Maluti Antique Auto and Machine Club||
To be held at the Bethlehem Airport, Free State.
The theme is Mean Machines and the show will offer a memorable experience for the whole family.
On display will be veteran, vintage and classic cars and motorcycles, tractors, stationary engines plus street rods and muscle cars.
All relevant documentation, listed below, is available for downloading from the Maluti Antique Auto and Machine Club website www.maamc.co.za
Dealer application English
Dealer application Afrikaans
Stall application English
Stall application Afrikaans
|2014/03/22-23||17th O.D. INGGS Memorial Run.||
Albany Vintage and Classic Motor Club
(AVCMC) Port Alfred
The OD Inggs Memorial Run is held annually in honour of classic automobile enthusiast Oliver Douglas Inggs who passed away at the age of 88 in 1997.
Inggs ran a funeral business in Grahamstown and was one of the greatest collectors and restorers of old automobiles in Southern Africa. The run is entered by members of the Albany Vintage and Classic Motor Club (hosts), the Queenstown Automobile Club, the Border Vintage Car Club and the Eastern Province Veteran Car Club.
Although an officially registered motorsport event, this regularity run rewards driving accuracy rather than speed. Competitors receive route schedules half an hour prior to their departure times, at one minute apart.
The schedules indicate numerous required speed changes and times at which certain landmarks must be arrived at along the way, often only seconds apart. Speedometers are covered up with tape, and the average speed required never exceeds 90 km/h.
Marshals are dotted along the route, dishing out penalty points for each second that a competitor is early or late.
Penalty points accrue for each second the competitors are early or late so the crew with the least penalty points wins the event.
Vehicles entered come from locations like Port Alfred, Grahamstown, Queenstown, East London, Port Elizabeth, George and further afield.
The event is restricted to 40 entries.
The run is officially approved by The Southern African Veteran and Vintage Association (SAVVA) and is for cars and motorcycles manufactured on or before 31st December 1980.
All relevant documentation is available on the AVCMC website www.avcmc.co.za
For further information contact:
|2014/05/23-24||Fragram 29th Natal Classic Motorcycle Club Rally - Time Trial||Natal Classic Motorcycle Club||
HOW WOULD YOU LIKE TO …
Ride your classic motorcycle in the heart of the beautiful Drakensberg?
Ride in beautiful, tranquil surroundings on carefully chosen roads where traffic is at a minimum?
Ride from a resort where major attractions are easily within reach?
Take family or friends along to enjoy a resort that has activities for all?
Enjoy the company of fellow classic motorcycle enthusiasts participating in a great time trial?
And with great prizes to be won!
Then book your place now on the Classic Motorcycle Club of Natal's annual rally (time trial!)
23-24 MAY 2014
031 564-5506 (home, after hours)
086 596-8565 (fax)
Entry Form and Supplementary Regulations available on the Natal Classic Motorcycle Club website www.ncmc.org.za