Glenrothes Motor Sport Club have been at the forefront of promoting motorsport in Fife and East Central Scotland, ever since our founding in 1972.

Our members and activities span the full spectrum of motorsport – from entry level and beginner events, for those looking to make their first steps in the sport; to our members competing and officiating in the World Rally Championship. Be it autotest and autoSOLO; autocross, navigational and targa road rallying; or full single-venue and multi-venue stage rallying – there really is something for everyone and anyone with a passion for all things motoring.

Our current events include the Kingdom Stages Rally and Summer Stages Rally, both held at Crail Airfield in the East Neuk of Fife, as well as full programme of autotest and autoSOLO events held at venues across Fife, including “Scotland’s National Motor Sport Centre”, Knockhill Racing Circuit.

Run by volunteer enthusiasts, Glenrothes Motor Sport Club aims to provide high quality, accessible, enjoyable motorsport for all our participants, with an emphasis on value for money, safety and social responsibility at the heart of the club.

Where Does The Club Meet?

The club normally meets via Zoom, on the second Tuesday of every month. At these meetings we chat about things motorsport! As well as planning our own events.

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, all our club meetings are held on the ‘Zoom’ online meeting platform, also on the second Tuesday of every month.

To request meeting login details, contact m.watterston@glenrothes-msc.com


Membership of Glenrothes Motor Sport Club for 2023 is now available - for renewals and new members alike! A standard membership of just £12, or £2 for under 18s, gets you in on all our proposed 2023 event programme, and provides you access to a range of benefits, including:

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