MG Car Club Sydney Events
The MG Car Club Sydney runs and participates in a large variety of events in New South Wales as well as around Australia.
We are a diverse Club full of interesting people and our calendar reflects that. Whether you’re interested in Club runs, Concours, Motorsport or more, you’ll find something fun to get up to in your MG with the Club throughout the year.
To see what’s coming up, see our ‘Calendar’ page here.
Concours d’Elegance & Show and Shine
The MG Car Club Sydney’s annual The MG Car Club Sydney Concours d’Elegance & Show and Shine is one of the highlights of the calendar. It’s a relaxed social day gathered around our cars in the springtime – one not to be missed.
The 2018 event will be held on Sunday the 21st of October in Silverwater Park. For more information see the calendar here.
Monthly Gatherings are open to all members and visitors. They are held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7.45pm at the Denistone Sports & Bowling Club in West Ryde.
At these gatherings you’ll be able to catch up with the latest happenings in the Club as well as enjoy a social evening with other members – we’ll usually see upwards of 100 members at a gathering. A guest speaker is often invited to present a topic of interest.
Arrive early, enjoy a delicious meal at discounted MG Car Club Sydney rates, have a drink or a cappuccino at the bar and meet up with old (and young) mates.
We also take this opportunity to offer our quality regalia products for sale, and provide access to the Club’s library of books and videos.
The Denistone Sports & Bowling Club
59 Chatham Road, West Ryde
The MG marque has built up an enviable motorsport history since its inception in 1924, and The MG Car Club Sydney is no different. Club motorsport is an enjoyable and social experience, and well worth giving a shot.
We run and participate in a wide range of sporting activities. If you are looking for an opportunity to get out in your MG and drive in the manner for which it was intended – look no further! Club sporting activities range from training days to full race events and provide ample opportunity for drivers of all experience levels and interests to get involved.
The Club Sporting Secretary has put together an excellent resource for those interested in sporting endeavours. It highlights the different formats and requirements of each, and is well worth taking a look at if you’re interested in getting involved.
Click through the following pages to learn more about the sporting format you’re interested in:
2017 CSCA Supersprint Reports
Click through the following links to enjoy the reports recapping the MG motorsport action during the 2017 CSCA supersprint season.
National Meetings are an opportunity for the members of MG Car Clubs from all over Australia to gather with their cars in the one location and participate in a number of organised sporting and social events.
The first Australian National Meeting was hosted by our Club in 1970. Since then it has been held continuously at Easter every year moving from state to state, with our Club hosting the meeting seven times over the years.
The event begins with registration and scrutineering on Friday, Nog ‘n Natter (a get together and a chat) in the evening offers a time to catch up with interstate friends from previous years or to make new ones. Saturday involves all the cars being paraded for the Concours D’Elegance (a car show) held at an interesting venue in the hosting city. Sunday and Monday offers a choice of events for the socially minded or the more sporting competitive types – either way a good day is always had.
For the relaxed socially-minded one day offers the “Kimber Run”, the other day is “The Observation Run” which is a non-speed points scoring event. These two drives give the participants a chance for a pleasant touring trip through country areas of the host club, areas which you may not have had the opportunity to explore previously. For those with a sporting bent, Sunday or Monday offers a motorkhana of three or four tests. The other day is either a speed sprint or hill-climb.
Besides the Nog ‘n Natter on the opening evening there are two more social dinners, with one of them being a theme night. Monday is the presentation evening, when prizes for various weekend events are presented. The final event is the farewell breakfast on Tuesday morning.
The MG Car Clubs National Meeting offers a chance to explore parts of Australia in your MG you may not have visited. You’ll be sharing the experience with other MG aficionados from your own club, and like-minded members of clubs from around the country. The event is an opportunity to renew old friendships and make new ones.
National Meeting in 2018
2018 finds the National Meeting heading south to North West Tasmania. More details will come as this events gets closer however to raise funds the MG Car Club of Tasmania is selling raffle tickets as a fund raiser. These can be purchased from Dom and/or Sally Ratcliff, offering three return trips on the “Spirit of Tasmania”.