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The listed events on this page are not all sanctioned Club runs so check and see the section events and fill out one of your logbook days if it is not listed in the Club events.
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•Don Mario’s Classic Cars & Coffee
•Classics By The Bay
•Auto Obsession Tasmania Custom Car Plates Meet
•Motor Events Racing @ Symmons Plains - Day 1 (6th-8th)
•Longford Highway Star @ Symmons Plains (6th-8th)
•Motor Events Racing @ Symmons Plains - Day 2 (6th-8th)
•Motor Events Racing @ Symmons Plains - Final Day
•VCCA Cars & Coffee
•The Hellyer Rally Rd 4
•Baskerville Historics - Day 1 (2nd-5th)
•Baskerville Historics - Day 2 (2nd-5th)
•Baskerville Historics - Day 3 (2nd-5th)
•Don Mario’s Classic Cars & Coffee
•Classics By The Bay
•Baskerville Historics - Final Day
•VCCA Cars & Coffee
•2023 Australian Historic Road Racing Championships - Day 1 (24th-26th)
•2023 Australian Historic Road Racing Championships - Day 2 (24th-26th)
•2023 Australian Historic Road Racing Championships - Final Day
•MSCT Khanacross Series - Final Rd
•Don Mario’s Classic Cars & Coffee
•Classics By The Bay
•VCCA Cars & Coffee
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The Below is from Sarah Boylen RACT community coordinator
I wanted to reach out and let you know about an upcoming event that may be of interest to you and the members of the Veteran Car Club.
Coming up on Sunday 26th November, the RACT will be holding a re-creation of our first club run 100 years ago. We are inviting members to join us as we drive in convoy from Hobart to New Norfolk, participants will receive gift bags and complimentary afternoon tea in New Norfolk. Anyone who is interested can register their interest by following the link 100 year club run.
  Sarah Boylen     

The Northern section will be hosting the 67th State Annual Tour to be held 9th, 10th, 11th March next year. Planning is well underway and we are working hard to create an enjoyable and affordable weekend.
The State Tour is our premier event and open to all classes of club vehicles, so if you haven't taken part in a tour before, then give it some thought and join us for a fun weekend, good roads, food and great people. Entry forms will be out later this year. Also if you are needing accommodation we will include a list of affordable places to stay, at the end of this update.
On Sunday we will be travelling to the beautiful Northeast on roads seldom travelled by us before. Travel distances and time are easily achievable giving us plenty of time to chat and catch up. All planned routes are suitable for veteran vehicles and trailer parking will be available.
Accommodation suggestions - Olde Tudor Hotel, Colonial Hotel Launceston, Village Family Motor Inn, Aberdeen Court Motel, Abel Tasman Motor Inn, Riverside Hotel Motel.
Mike and Marion Cassidy,
State Tour directors.
Contact: phone 0458 944 001