Welcome to the Liverpool Motor Club Website
We believe that The Liverpool Motor Club is the oldest active Motor Club in the UK, being a direct descendant of the Liverpool Self-Propelled Traffic Association which organised a trial for self-propelled vehicles (what we would now call a Hill Climb) on Liverpool’s Everton Brow in 1896.
The Club has a long history of organising motor sport events, with an current emphasis of organising Sprints. Over the years the Club been successfully involved in various other areas of motor sport, including Autocross, Autotests, Production Car Trials, Rallies, and Navigational Runs. It has been particularly successful in encouraging new members to start competing and then providing the stimulus for them to further develop their skills. In 1998, it absorbed the events previously run by Aintree Circuit Club, including the highly respected British Sprint Championship rounds which have been held at Aintree Motor Racing Circuit since the 1980’s.
Our current programme of events include three sprints held annually, and a track day or two, all on the famous Aintree Circuit.
In 1999 and again in 2004 Liverpool Motor Club was honoured to receive the Hillclimb & Sprint Associations “˜Les Edmunds Memorial Trophy’ awarded each year for the best run British Championship Sprint. Read more