THE SILVER ANNIVERSARY SAFETY FAST RUN IS TO MARGARET RIVER
21st, 22nd & 23rd October 2017
This year's - 2017 SILVER ANNIVERSARY SAFETY FAST RUN is currently in the final planning stages and will be another Premier Event. It is planned to be a three (3) day event from Saturday 21st October to Monday 23rd October 2017.
The latest Action Update #3 has been sent to all clubs for circulation to their members and a copy is available for download below.
The event format will basically be as follows:
Day 1. Drive from run start breakfast location to Margaret River with a lunch stop on route and finish at The Quality Inn, Margaret River, which will be the venue for all social events as well as most accommodation. The drive will include observation run questions as usual. In the evening there will be a formal dinner at The Quality Inn..
Day 2. This will consist of an observation run around the Margaret River area including a lunch stop and questions. In the evening there will be a dinner at The Quality Inn and presentation of competition and 5,10,15 & 20 year badge awards etc.
Day 3. After breakfast and farewell's entrants are free to do their own thing. Some are staying for a few more days and others are free to return home as they wish.
Accommodation information and costs have also been circulated. We recommend that if entering you should book your accommodation as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
More information will be published when available.
Entry Forms and complete details are now expected to be available for download in early May.
The 2017 Committee Members are listed below:
MG Car Club: Terry & Wanda Banton, Ian & Lis Campbell, John Bell, Kevin Ball, Dennis Fair.
MG Owners Club: Ernie Little, Ian Hudson.
MGTC Owners Club: Ed & Rhonda Floate.
The Safety Fast Run originated in 1993 when Colin Cleaver who was the President of the MG Car Club of WA identified a need for a touring event which would attract all owners of MGs, including those who were members of other clubs and members of the general public. The intention was to bring all MG owners together for a weekend of informal scenic driving and social fun.
An organising committee was formed and over the years this has included members of the two other MG clubs in WA, the MG Owners Club and the MG TC Owners Club, thus ensuring the interests of other MG owners were catered for and that the organisational load was shared around.
The MG Car Club chairs the organising committee and is responsible for maintaining the financial accounts and obtaining the necessary CAMS approvals and insurance.
The event is self-funding and any surplus is held in trust for following years to cover any future shortfall.
The contribution of all MG club members in helping to organise the event is appreciated, and it is intended that the event will continue for many years to come, providing a fun weekend away for all MG owners and their spouses, partners and friends, at an affordable price.