Aintree Track Day 25th May – bookings will close Thursday!

May 11th, 2019 • By: Chairman Aintree, Events, News, trackdays

8 Spaces left for Group D (single seaters, sports racing etc)

Other Groups A, B, & C are now full;

For more information, see


  • When deciding which group to enter, please consider how quickly you are likely to be driving compared with other cars in that group. Do not over estimate your or your car’s likely performance.
  • Group A (Novice). Quick and will have some highly experienced drivers in it who choose this group because their cars are only moderately quick
  • Group B (Intermediate) Quicker, will have cars in it that are somewhat quicker than Group A, but not as quick as Group C
  • Group C (Expert) Quickest, will have cars that are quicker still, most lapping at full race speeds
  • Pick a group that is likely to match your speed, not just your experience. If you book for a quicker group than the one you should be in, your enjoyment will be compromised as you will be concentrating on keeping out of the way of faster cars rather than enjoying your time on track .

Motorsport is Dangerous and Can Involve Injury or Death.
Despite the organisers taking all reasonable precautions, accidents can happen. By attending a track day, you acknowledge this and confirm that you are aware of the nature of the activity and attend at the venue at your own risk. Liverpool Motor Club may refuse access to, and eject from, the venue any persons who are acting against the interests of safety and/or whose behaviour is likely to cause damage, nuisance or injury. Neither Liverpool Motor Club nor any members/representatives of Liverpool Motor Club are responsible for any loss, damage or injury to persons or property caused or sustained by you as result of attendance at this event.

The organisers retain the right to refuse to accept any application to take part in an Aintree Trackday, without stating a reason and without recourse. Applications from members of Liverpool Motor Club may be given priority over applications from non-members.


Results & Report for the April 2019 Aintree Sprint

April 29th, 2019 • By: Chairman Aintree, Events, News, Results & Reports, sprint

The results and event report for the Aintree Sprint held on 27th April 2019 are available to download by clicking on the appropriate link below:

Full Results April 27th 2019
Event Report April 27th 2019

A fully customisable version of the full times are also available at – Live Timing where you can select the times for just one car or a group of cars.

We include a time for the first 64ft off the line as a time of 2 secs to the 64 feet mark equates to an acceleration of 1G.

100’s of photos of the event will be on-line shortly after each event at

27th April 2019 Aintree Sprint – Entry List

April 25th, 2019 • By: Chairman Aintree, Events, News, Results & Reports, sprint

Click this link to download the entry list for this weekend’s Aintree Sprint.

The list was correct as at 6pm on 25/4/19 but is subject to last minute changes.

We aim to start first practice at 9.30am, with the first of the competitive runs before lunch, with further runs in the afternoon


Entries are now open for our 2019 Aintree Sprints & Barbon Hillclimbs

February 12th, 2019 • By: Chairman Aintree, Events, News, sprint

It’s so quick and easy to enter our events on-line.

To enter an Aintree Sprint click here to start:

To enter a Barbon Hillclimb click here to start:

North West Stages Rally – Thank You!

January 20th, 2019 • By: Chairman Events, News

North West Stages Rally: Thank You

Many thanks to all members of the Liverpool MC “rally stage team” who helped with the Weeton Stages of the North West Stages Rally yesterday. You all did an excellent job despite the odd electronic glitch and the occasional errors of navigation by the crews. What a great day, and for the first time for ages, the event was dry! Shame about the delayed finish… we trust that those waiting at home weren’t too upset by your late return.

The full results can be found here



Liverpool Motor Club is helping to run a stage on the exciting Legend Fires North West Stages Rally on 23rd March at Weeton Army Barracks, not far from Blackpool.

The Rally is the premier multi-venue Tarmac event in the North West, and is based at Myerscough College, where there’s a fantastic Rally Show on the Friday of the event. This year’s event will include the first “closed road” stages in the North West, so spectator interest is expected to be very high.

There’s a fantastic variety of cars taking part from the top ex-WRC cars to local club drivers in home built near-standard road cars.

As in previous years, we shall be concentrating our efforts on running the flying finish & stop line for Saturday’s 6 stages at Weeton where our services are much in demand as we have developed an excellent reputation for efficiency. If there are enough volunteers, we will; be able to look after a nearby corner or two as well.

If you would like to come along and help at this non-spectator venue (and previous experience is not required), please contact our Rallies Coordinator, Geoff Maine, and he will let you have more details.   Just click here to be taken to our Contact Us page where you can send him a secure message, or phone him on 0151 521 5060 (he works shifts so please be patient!).

You can get a flavour of the rally via the promotional Video here

NW Stages Rally Plate