1999 Events

Monte Carlo Rally

September 19th: six entrants departed from the Saskatoon Field House and finished at the Danish Furniture Shop. The rallye was 15.2 miles in length requiring 48 minutes to complete; competitors were timed and were required in fill in a series of skill testing questions at given spots along the route. Event organized by Gerry Threlfall and Ed Driver

1st the Blands MGB 79 minutes 16.0 miles
2nd Jennifer West TR6 83 minutes 16.0 miles
3rd the Wilsons TR6 93 minutes 16.8 miles
4th Dirk de Boer Volvo 70 minutes 19.9miles
5th Alvin Mitchell MGB 100minutes 20.0 miles
6th Morris Sulatyski MGA 92 minutes 25.0 miles

Photos here

August 29th: The 1999 fall poker rally had eight brit cars gathering their hands around the byways and thoroughfares of Saskatoon.

More shots including a nice big panoramic at the top of Diefenbaker hill:

Jenifer West on the power up Diefenbaker hill.

Cruise Night '99

August 20th: We won, we won, we won!
SBCC won the club participation award at the last cruise night of the century, plus Tom McAndrew got the "Penny's Choice" award for his hot rod MG B. Twenty three members cars turned out to make it happen. Great weather, huge crowd, lots of interest in our cars and club.

Take a look at the lineup and awards here:

Grant Wilson accepts the Best Club Participation award from CKOM's Penny as Tom McAndrew and Alan Wilson look on.

Folk Fest

August 14th: The SBCC presence was once again in evidence outside the Scottish pavilion at this years folk fest.

Scots (genuine and honorary) include: Alan Wilson (TR6), John Butler (GT6+), Bob Burnyeat (TR 6), Don Hamilton (Rover 2000), Rick Eastman (MG A), and Robert Derrick (MG Midget).

Bradwell Run

August 7th: Following a request for participation from organizers of the Bradwell show and shine, five of our members cruised out. Nice drive, fine day and a good event.

Finally got some Triumphs to the foreground: Bob Seaborn's TR6, John Butler's GT 6+, Alan Wilson's TR6, Dirk deBoer's MG B and Ray Grant's MG B

Super Run 99

July 30 - August 1:SBCC was represented by 15 cars at the big meet (close to 1000 cars). We circled the wagons behind our new stanchions (thanks Ernie) to keep from getting lost in the sea of big iron. Not to worry as lots of people found us - enough that Morris picked up a people's choice award for his MG A (couldn't fit the Chev 350 that came as a prize into it's trunk though - see pix).

Lot's more Super Run Pictures here

Initial Tech Clinics a Success

No more excuses for not keeping your pride & joy in tune! Our first two technical clinics on ignition systems (sorry, no Lucas jokes here) and carbs (both Strombergs & SUs) were excellently presented by Bob Forward.

You'll get ten times more information seeing it done live than you can ever glean from a book. If you want to learn how to do it right, come on out to the next clinic.

May 15th Show & Shine

British weather for a Brit Car Show & Shine
The dew was a bit heavy at times, but we had fun (those MGs still in the front?)


Fall Poker ralley

Our last run of the 1998 season saw 15 cars out for the rally and BBQ
Photo below shows the group atop the hill in Diefenbaker Park (how'd all those MGs get to the front?)


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