Latest Event News from the Bristol Pegasus Motor Club

Last Updated : 11th February 2016


Friday 19th February 2016 - Navigation Exercise

Once again you are invited to enter the 'traditional' new year Navigation Exercise that will be held on Friday 19th February when we will, once again, return to the river Wye area. It will be held over a challenging 28 mile route.

The signing on location will be at the car park behind Tintern Abbey located at map reference 162/534 001 on the A466.

The required map will be OS 1:50,000 numbers 162 and 171. It is advised that you come prepared with a new map 171 if possible.

Route cards will be handed out at 7.25pm prior to the start time of 7.30pm.

Beginners, Novice and Expert route cards will be available.

Bridge tolls will be reimbursed for those who use the Severn Crossing. A receipt is requested.

Dick Craddy, the organiser, will be pleased to help should you require further assistance. Dick can be contacted on 01454 414842, 07776 202 663 or

Thursday 10th March - Morgan Factory Visit

10am Make your own way to Malvern, nice drive back via Wales. Please contact Pete Goodman by email ( or call 0117 9605367 to book a place, there will be £15 to pay per person on the day.​

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Sunday 20th March 2016 - The Fitzpro Hullavington Sprint - Marshals Wanted

Craven Motor Club need marshals for the second and last Sprint at Hullavington.

If interested, please contact Lawrie Cooper, Competition Secretary by email

Sunday 20th March 2016 - The Fitzpro Hullavington Sprint

The Second and Last Fitzpro Hullavington Sprint.

Craven Motor Club Limited is pleased to announce the Second Fitzpro Hullavington Sprint, at Hullavington AIrfield just north of Junction 17 of the M4. Unlike many airfield sprints, this is not based on the runways, as it uses a large proportion of the perimeter road, making it more challenging and longer at 2.0 miles.

Last year’s sprint was the first for this venue, and it was pleasing to see that the event was very well received, with many favourable comments from competitors. The basic layout of the perimeter road is excellent, and the tarmac is in good condition after a little patching. Following feedback from last years event, the paddock is being moved to the main runway, where there is room for everything. It is closer to the start, more central and should improve the flow between the finish and start. We intend to conduct scrutineering in the paddock, with noise tests en route to the start.

Sadly, as you may have seen in the press, as part of the Government’s policy of disposing of unused military land, the airfield is in the process of being sold and future use for events such as this will cease.

An element of the event is based around raising money for the military charity, Combat Stress (Charity Registration No 206002). The charity is the UK’s leading veterans’ mental health charity and is currently helping in excess of 5600 ex-servicemen and women. The charity was formed in 1919 and has as its patron HRH The Prince of Wales. More information can be found at

As the funding raising is such an important part of this event you will notice that we ask you to make a separate contribution of £20.00 towards the charitable part of the event rather than simply incorporating it into the entry fee. It should be noted that as a donation it cannot be refunded. Whilst this may be paid separately, it is a mandatory part of the entry package. In addition to your direct contributions, we also donate a percentage of any surplus made from the event towards the charity.

Being a qualifying round of a number of championships, please be advised that despite there being 100 places, this event may be oversubscribed and hence a delayed entry will mean disappointment. We are not reserving any spaces for any of the Championship contenders and entries will be dealt with purely on first come, first served basis.

The online entry system, with payment by paypal, is on Craven’s Website.

Download Entry Form

Download Regulations

Sunday 22nd May 2016 - Rotary Classic Run by Calne Rotary Club

A NEW Rotary Classic Run being arranged by Calne Rotary Club to take place on Sunday 22nd May - any surplus will be used for Rotary Charities in conjunction with Dorothy House Hospice. We are happy to publicise this inaugural event and hope many of you will feel able to support it (whilst still finding time for Chipping Sodbury a month later!!). Below are the regulations and entry forms with full instructions of how to enter. The eagle eyed amongst you might notice a similarity to our documentation and we are pleased to have been able to provide Calne with some assistance in getting their event off the ground.

Download Invitation & Regulations

Download Entry Form

Download Commentators Info

Sunday 26th June 2016 - The Chipping Sodbury Classic Run

More details to follow soon.

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Raise Money for our Club Charity While Shopping on Amazon

For everything you order we will receive 5% to pass onto our charity, which this year is Wiltshire Air Ambulance. We will publish the amount raised on a regular basis.

Remember everytime you want to order from amazon visit our site first, click on the amazon logo and shop as normal and you will be helping charity as well !