2014 Classic Outback Trial.

28/11/12 | by admin [mail] | Categories: Race/Rally

Classic Outback Trial

Following the 2012 "COT", the organising team have decided to have another go in 2014.
Why wait for the updated 2014 COT website?  Reserve your entry now!

Here's the 2014 COT Nomination Form

Here's what the Event Director had to say:

"Despite my best intentions that COT 2012 was going to be the final event, the feedback and response from participants of this years event and the many who, for several reasons, could not compete this year, have talked me into another, so we will get back into the COT again in 2014.

Please find attached the nomination form to ensure your place in the 2014 event. Due to limitations of accommodation and other facilities around the course we are limiting the entries to 50.

 We are revamping the website but there is a lot of info and updates that will continue to be posted while we redesign the new site. A Facebook page is also in the pipeline.

 I am putting together a DVD of this years event but I am still waiting on some pics and in-car videos, so if you have some shots or video please get them to me ASAP.

Yours in motorsport 

Philip Bernadou
Event Director
Classic Outback Trial"

You too could have this much fun...




A very quick guide to getting your first Competition licence.

19/11/12 | by admin [mail] | Categories: Membership renewals

So, you want to join a car club and start competing in motorsport.  Here's how you do it...

  • You will need to be a member of a car club first. 
  • Download the MUCC membership application form here: Membership Application Form 
  • Send in a cheque, or pay your membership fee by internet banking to the MUCC bank account (bank account details are on the form). 
  • Scan and email your form (both sides!) or post (Postal address is on the form) to our Membership Secretary, Graham Pate (email graham @ maxar.com.au).
  • To compete, you will need some sort of competition licence. Most newbies just need a Level 2S Licence to compete in Sprints, Motorkhanas, Autocross, FSAE etc.
  • Download the appropriate CAMS licence application form here: http://www.cams.com.au/Forms/Competition_Licence_Forms.aspx 
  • Or here is the DIRECT LINK TO THE LEVEL 2S FORM: http://www.cams.com.au/Forms/~/media/Files/Forms/Competitor%20Forms/Lv%202%20License%20application%20renewal.ashx
  • Send this form to CAMS in East Malvern (or you can drop them off at the counter). 
  • CAMS will then post out the licence, usually within 1 week. 
  • *** NOTE that you will need your MUCC membership number when you fill out the CAMS licence application form, so get your MUCC club membership first.***

I hope that helps.

Matt Swan

MUCC Web Admin.

2012 Akademos Rally - Exedy Vic Rally Ch'ship

11/10/12 | by admin [mail] | Categories: Race/Rally

Akademos is this SUNDAY.

Vicrally.com.au has a great article on the 2012 Exedy Victorian Rally Championship.

Download your spectator guide here!

MUCC crews 1-2 at the Classic Outback Trial

28/08/12 | by matt [mail] | Categories: Event reports

Read all about it on RallySport News... Article by Peter Otzen. 

MUCC and the Club Permit Scheme

01/08/12 | by admin [mail] | Categories: Club Permit scheme

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Our members are able to register their classic or historic vehicles under VicRoads' Club Permit scheme, which is available to vehicles of at least 25 years of age. This scheme allows the cost of maintaining your enthusiast vehicle to be reduced, whilst still allowing you to drive the vehicle on public roads for up to 90 days per year. The club has several vehicles on the register.

Part of our club?s responsibility to the scheme is to not use the system to allow people cheap "registration". We also think the "Club" part of the Club Permit Scheme is an important aspect. We expect club members to show up to events that we are involved in, whether it is helping out at timekeeping, volunteering at a rally, or showing up at one of the social events during the year.

If you are thinking of joining MUCC and NOT being an active clubmember, then your application for renewal of your Club Permit may be rejected. We do not want to be a club that just rubber-stamps applications.

Our vehicle inspector is David Officer, at Officer Smith Automotive, and the signatories include Darren McKemmish, Peter Otzen and Natasha Swan.


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Call Peter Otzen on (03) 9682 0657 (ah).

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P.O. Box 37, Parkville, Victoria, 3052

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