Tour of Cheshire, Oulton Park, 4th March – We need your help!

January 27th, 2023 • By: Chairman Events, News, Uncategorized

We are running the tests at Oulton Park once again for the excellent Tour of Cheshire Classic Rally, on Saturday 4th March.
The event will be visiting the Rally/Drift stage at Oulton in the morning and again in the afternoon, with two tests on each visit.

We need your help!

We need around 20 people to look after the tests, marshals to look after the starts & finishes, observers to note any cars that touch a cone or go all 4 wheels off, and marshals to direct cars to the correct start area as they arrive. Can you help? Past experience isn’t necessary for most roles, nor are orange overalls.

Sign on by:  07.48
Test opens:  08.48
Car 0:           09.18
Test closes:  11.03
Sign on by:  13.44
Test opens:  14.44
Car 0:           15.14
Test closes:  17.01

Ok, it’s an early start but it’s well worthwhile!
We welcome volunteers who can only help in the morning, or only in the afternoon.

For more info, or to volunteer, please contact LMC’s rally coordinator Geoff Maine on 07854 807447 or  or see our Friends of LMC Facebook page here:


2023 LMC Speed Championship Calendar

January 11th, 2023 • By: Chairman Aintree, Barbon, Events, Hillclimb, News, regs, Results & Reports, sprint, Uncategorized

The calendar for the 2023 Liverpool Motor Club Speed Championship is now on the Championship website at

We shall open registrations in mid-February, and you can enter the Championship at any time until registrations close on 1st July. However, results will not be counted retrospectively, so we recommend registering well before your first event of the season.

We hope you’ll join us!


Well done – you’ve raised over £1250 for North West Air Ambulance charity!

December 15th, 2022 • By: Chairman Aintree, Events, News, Results & Reports, sprint, trackdays, Uncategorized

Thank You!

By adding a donation to your entry fee for our 2022 events at Aintree, plus the raffle held at our birthday dinner in November, we have been able to pass on to the North West Air Ambulance Charity the magnificent sum of £1257 this year. (The full amount of your donations has been sent, the Club has covered all payment charges.)

The Charity is funded entirely by donations and doesn’t receive any financial support from the Government or local authorities and is extremely grateful to have received your donations.

Here’s a note of thanks from the Charity regional fundraiser:-

15 December 2022
Dear John and everyone at Liverpool Motor Club,
Thank you so much for raising an incredible £1257.00 on behalf of the North West Air Ambulance Charity. Your generous gift means that we can continue flying to save lives across the North West region 365 days a year.

Because of you, the North West Air Ambulance Charity is able to fly the most advanced medical crew and equipment to people when and where they need it the most. We bring the hospital to the patient and can provide surgical interventions, blood transfusions, and deliver lifesaving procedures at the roadside to increase the chance of survival and make a lifesaving difference.

Many people in your local community would not be here today without the North West Air Ambulance Charity, and we are only here because of people like you.

We receive no government or NHS funding to carry out the vital life-saving work that we do, and we must raise over £9.5m to operate and attend the 2,500 incidents we are called to each year.

If you are interested in finding out more about the work we do across the North West and how your money is making a difference, please visit or follow us on social media.

Thank you once again for your continued support on behalf of everyone here at the North West Air Ambulance Charity..
Best wishes
Catherine Rose
Regional Fundraiser

NWAA Thanks Letter 2022

Did you go to our Birthday Dinner and Championship Awards Evening? If not, you missed a superb evening!

October 26th, 2022 • By: Chairman Aintree, Barbon, Bulletins, Events, Hillclimb, News, Results & Reports, Social Events, sprint, trackdays

What a great evening was had by all attending the LMC 2022 Dinner, Awards Presentation and 120th Birthday Celebration.

90 members, partners, friends and families were present to enjoy a lovely relaxed evening with very little formality. We hope you’ll all be back next year for another LMC end-of-season dinner.

Make a note in your Diary, the 2023 Annual Dinner & Awards evening will be held on 25th November!

Liverpool Motor Club warmly invites you to our

2022 Birthday Dinner

Celebrating 120 fabulous Years of
Liverpool Motor Club


The 2022 LMC Speed Championship Awards Presentation

Guest Speaker Steve Wilkinson

The Event:          Open to all members, competitors, families and friends
The Venue:
Woolton Golf Club, Doe Park, Speke Road, Woolton, Liverpool L25 7TZ
The Date:            Saturday 26th November 2022
Signing on:         7 pm for a 7.30 pm start
Tickets:                £28 per person – Applications have to close 10pm Friday 18th December
Dress Code:        Smart informal – no denim. (Fireproofs not required!)
Programme:       Great company, great friends, plus

   An excellent 4-course meal comprising:-


Spiced Parsnip Soup served with a Parsnip Crisp
Tranche of Salmon served with a Beetroot Puree

Main Course

Fresh Farmed Norfolk Turkey with Apricot and Chestnut Stuffing
Roast Topside of Beef

Both main course options are served with Crushed Carrot & Swede, Pan Fried Sprouts with Pancetta, Rosemary & Garlic Roasted Potatoes, Gravy from the Juices with Chipolata and Bacon, Cranberry Sauce and Accompaniments


Christmas Pudding served with Brandy Cream
Warm Chocolate Yule Log served with Brandy Cream

Coffee/Tea served with Mince Pie and Mint Chocolate

 We shall be delighted if you will join us for this special occasion

To book, simply CLICK HERE  (it’s just like entering one of our events) or copy the following link into your internet browser:

(Applications close 18th November)

Event Secretary:
Judith Pegram  tel: 07718 903141 email:


We still need a volunteer Entries Secretary for our 3 Aintree Sprints. Can you Help?

October 1st, 2022 • By: Chairman Aintree, Bulletins, Events, News, sprint

We need a volunteer to take on the role of Entries Secretary for our 2023 Sprints at Aintree.

The role involves:
Accepting online entries for our three annual Aintree Sprints – entries open in February each year
Compiling the entry list for each event
Sending final instructions to competitors just before each event
Sending results to competitors
Dealing with occasional queries from competitors
Basic working knowledge of Microsoft Excel would be a distinct advantage but much of the entries system is automated.

The role would particularly suit a retired member looking to be involved behind the scenes.

There is no requirement to attend the events, though you would be most welcome. Because it is almost entirely done online, it may be possible for the role to be shared remotely by two people.
Full support will be available from other members of the organising team throughout the season.

(Note that the role covers the three Aintree sprints only. You would not be expected to deal with entries for our Aintree Track Days or Barbon Hillclimbs)

Can you help?

For more information, without obligation, please contact John Harden (select Chairman on our Contact us page) or the current incumbent David Hunt (select Entries Secretary on our Contact us page).