Welcome to Sevenoaks and District Motor Club

Sevenoaks and District Motor Club was founded in 1954. The club is one of the larger Motorsport UK affiliated motoring clubs in the country and the membership reflects this, with members competing in most aspects of competitive and fun motorsport.

Our members have ranged from people involved in the lowest level of club motorsport to the likes of Vic Elford who was also our president and raced in F1, sports cars and won the Monte Carlo Rally.

The club is actively involved in most aspects of motorsport including the Motorsport UK StreetCar initiative. We organise our own speed championship, summer autotest series and AutoSOLO winter series as well as other events such as scatter and 12-car rallies. There is something for everybody whether you wish to compete or help out with marshalling or organising.

We publish a monthly magazine called the Acorn which contains regular competition updates, news from the social scene, articles submitted by members, and membersā€™ adverts. Our social events are wide-ranging in their activities. We have welcomed a number of speakers on a wide range of relevant subjects; we hold regular competitor forums where newcomers to the sport can get advice and help on how to get started; other entertainment such as trying out local Kentish customs – Bat & Trap and Skittles; film nights and child friendly evenings such as Scalectrix evenings. We meet on the third Wednesday of every month at The Bell pub Kemsing. The calendar contains further information on events.

If you are interested in becoming involved, please contact one of the committee members or come along to one of our social events to find out more.

Sevenoaks & District Motor Club are proud toMotorsport UK StreetCar support the Motorsport UK StreetCar initiativeĀ setup to promote motorsport competition in your everyday road car, many of the events we run as a club fall under this banner, if you would like to find out more please feel free to get in touch or click the logo to visit their website