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About the Lowland Speed Championship

Lowland Speed Championship logoFor many years, the championship ran as the West of Scotland Speed Championship, and was promoted by the West of Scotland Association of Car Clubs.  It then disappeared for a time, primarily because the association could not find a volunteer to run it, and resurfaced as the Lowland Speed Championship thanks to members of the Scottish Speed Association but still under the auspices of the AWSCC.


As interest in the AWSCC wained, so did its championship.  Resurrected in 2008 by East Ayrshire Car Club and with sponsorship from Windowcraft, the aim was to promote speed events in the area and provide competitors with an alternative that did not stretch their budget.  On this basis the championship has grown to a point where it is now a significant championship for competitors who want a mix of sprints and hill climbs and do not want to travel too far from home to compete.  With MAXSport Competition Tyres (Scotland) continuing as headline sponsor for 2019, the championship looks very good indeed.

Read about the 2018 Lowland Speed Championship winners in the Awards Book.

Benefits of competing in the Lowland Speed Championship

  • The championship is open to members of any club registered with the Scottish Association of Car Clubs.
  • The championship shares events and technical regulations with the Scottish Championships.
  • Quite intentionally, the championship avoids ‘double-headers’ and the number of rounds are limited, primarily to help competitors manage entry costs.
  • Registration is just £15.00
  • Escalating fuel costs make attending events one of the biggest cost factors, and the championship helps competitors in the area manage these costs by including only those events in the south and centre of Scotland – of course, people who want to travel from other areas are very welcome!  
  • Awards are presented annually at Awards Night – an excellent social affair and one not to be missed.

Leslie Sheridan