Rules, Policies and Useful Links

Rules, Policies and useful links

This pages provide access to the club rules, policies and links to useful information.

Club Rules

The Caernarvonshire & Anglesey Motor Club is a recognised club for the purpose of organising motorsport events and is registered with Motorsport UK. A condition of registration is that we have an appropriate set of rules and policies. Every member must agree to abide by the club rules on application or renewal of membership.
A copy of the current club rules is available below.

Development Plan

For the first time, the C&A Motor Club's committee has adopted a Development Plan. The Plan aims to identify targets as a means of moving forward, improving the workings of the club and ensuring that we make the best use of resources and encourage members to take an active role in the club's activities.
The initial Development Plan was adopted at the end of April 2022, will be reviewed on a regular basis, and can be viewed here: C&AMC Development Plan


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became effective on 25th May 2018. It places data protection obligations on organisations, making them more accountable and transparent when they use personal information.
The Caernarvonshire & Anglesey Motor Club Ltd. only holds personal data of members as is necessary for the administration of the club, and the personal data of entrants in officially recognised competitions as is necessary for the organisation and running of each event.
The information we collect is that which is provided on membership application forms and entry forms for competitions. The Club's privacy notice in full can be read here: C&AMC Privacy Notice.

C&A Motor Club has a Safeguarding Policy, a copy of which is available below.

C&A Motor Club has a Social Media Policy, a copy of which is available below.

Useful Links and Information

Event organisers should familiarise themselves with Motorsport UK's Incident Pack. This is a comprehensive guide with supporting paperwork for the Clerks of the Course, Stewards and other Officials who are involved with documenting and reporting on an incidents at a Motorsport UK Event. A copy may be viewed here: Motorsport UK Incident Pack v6 0 1

Motorsport UK stipulates minimum ages for competitors in various disciplines of motorsport, be it as a driver or a passenger/navigator. In addition to being a member of a recognised motor club, in some instances the competitor will also require a Competition Licence.
Information on minimum ages in motorsport is available in this useful leaflet: Minimum Ages.
More information regarding Competition Licences is available on the Motorsport UK website at: Competition Licences.

All official motorsport events in the UK are governed by Motorsport UK, by which organisers and competitors have to abide by. The regulations are published in an annual Yearbook, also commonly known as the 'Blue Book'. The latest edition of the Yearbook may be found in the Resource Centre on the Motorsport UK website at Motorsport UK Resource Centre.

The Motorsport UK's Learning Hub has sections relevant to volunteer officials and marshals; clubs and organisers; and competitors.
Each section contains various modules of information, advice and guidance. To access the Learning Hub you must first be registered with Motorsport UK as a marshal, official or competitor and use your username and password to log in.
There is a guide to accessing the Hub's modules for clubs here: Accessing the Club modules. The procedure to access the modules for volunteers and competitors is similar.
There is now a module for Event Secretaries, which explains the role of the Secretary of the Meeting and their duties before, during and after an event.

  • Motorsports UK
  • Association of North Western Car Clubs
  • Welsh Association of Motor Clubs
  • Pentraeth Group