Introduction

The C & A Motor Club was formed in Bangor in 1936 with the aim, as recorded in the first Minute Book, of: “the encouragement and protection of motoring interests in this district”.

Click on the history button for more details of the full history of the club.

 

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The December issue of 'CONTROL'
The Clubs Newsletter.
Is Now Available to Download as a pdf file.
HERE
'CONTROL' will no longer be posted out to members
 
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Could members who have information
they would wish to have displayed on this   
website please send details to
 
Email <iforsport4@gmail.com>
 
 
Links to some Club motorsport activities
 

 

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Presentation of £500 cheque to The Wales Air Ambulance.

Annual Dinner and Awards Evening 2015

 

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Incentives for Competitors   -   £25 for a Class win

The Committee have agreed a scheme to reward successful C&A MC competitors who promote the Club in motorsport through association.

Successful members will be able to claim £25 from the club for a class win on any non-C&A MC organised  MSA National B or higher permit Motorsport event of which the C&A MC is an eligible club through invitation or membership of Association (ANWCC or WAMC championship rounds)

To be eligible for the scheme the member must apply in writing to the CAMC Secretary within 2 calendar months of the event, including copies of official results and entry lists showing C&A MC as a Club represented by the member.  Where the class win is by a “Crew”  both crew members must be shown as C&A MC members. The claimant/s must be fully paid up member/s of the club. There is no limit on the number of events that an individual member can claim for, subject to above.

Unless committee awards otherwise, only one member will be eligible for the Sponsorship Scheme per event. Where more than one member applies for class wins on the same event the C&A MC committee will decide who the award will go to.

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Latest News

01/05/2015

Request for Information.
Hi,
You may have seen an article in the Daily Post today (and due to be published on their website) where I'm asking for help to trace the history of a classic car that I am restoring.
 
The car is a 1962 Jaguar E-type and the first owner was called FC Pycroft who registered the car on Anglesey in March 1963. From that point until 1974 is a mystery as the DVLA only have records from the late '70s onwards and the Archives service on Anglesey don't have any records of the car.
 
A reader of the paper has emailed me to say that he remembers going to meetings of your club back in the '60s and he thinks there was a chap called Paul De Pycroft (although Paul Dycroft might be more likely) who was a local business man caught for speeding in his E-type.
 
If you have any records that date back to that period or if you could ask members for their help with any leads I would be very grateful. 
 
When the car was new it was a metallic dark blue colour with red interior and the registration was "NEY 2". The car was later re-sprayed in aubergine and the number plate was also removed (probably to retain as a private plate) and replaced with a London registration "620 JGC" which the car still has today.
 
In 1974 the car showed up in Somerset with a new owner called Ian Robert Giles.
 
As many people like to do, I'd be keen to fill in those gaps and see if I can find any of that early history. Perhaps somebody who remembers the car or even somebody who might have an old photo they would be happy to share.
 
I really hope that you and your members will be able to help - although we are talking about 52 years ago.
 
Kind regards
Russell Brown
 
If you can help Russell please contact him at russbrown1971@gmail.com

01/05/2015

Hi,
You may have seen an article in the Daily Post today (and due to be published on their website) where I'm asking for help to trace the history of a classic car that I am restoring.
 
The car is a 1962 Jaguar E-type and the first owner was called FC Dycroft who registered the car on Anglesey in March 1963. From that point until 1974 is a mystery as the DVLA only have records from the late '70s onwards and the Archives service on Anglesey don't have any records of the car.
 
A reader of the paper has emailed me to say that he remembers going to meetings of your club back in the '60s and he thinks there was a chap called Paul De Pycroft (although Paul Dycroft might be more likely) who was a local business man caught for speeding in his E-type.
 
If you have any records that date back to that period or if you could ask members for their help with any leads I would be very grateful. 
 
When the car was new it was a metallic dark blue colour with red interior and the registration was "NEY 2". The car was later re-sprayed in aubergine and the number plate was also removed (probably to retain as a private plate) and replaced with a London registration "620 JGC" which the car still has today.
 
In 1974 the car showed up in Somerset with a new owner called Ian Robert Giles.
 
As many people like to do, I'd be keen to fill in those gaps and see if I can find any of that early history. Perhaps somebody who remembers the car or even somebody who might have an old photo they would be happy to share.
 
I really hope that you and your members will be able to help - although we are talking about 52 years ago.
 
Kind regards
Russell Brown
 
If you can help Russell please contact him at russbrown1971@gmail.com

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