The Colin Simpson Memorial Handicap

Our traditional annual road handicap has now been renamed, “The Colin Simpson Memorial Handicap”.

This will be held in 2014, as in the previous few years, within the Centurion Grand Prix 5 Mile Series, held in Kingshurst, North Solihull on Sunday, 2nd March 2014.


Members who already have entered the GP Series only have to pay MMAC £3.00 for the handicap but they will have to pay the full £8.00 for entry to the Open race. We will then refund the £5.00. Please inform me beforehand so that I can arrange the refund. Email mmac.sec@blueyonder.co.uk

Entries are online only at http://areg247.co.uk

Closing date for MMAC entries is strictly the 22nd February 2014. There are no MMAC entries taken on the day because of the handicap calculations.

If you have not used AREG before and require your login details then please contact mmac.sec@blueyonder.co.uk Your details will be emailed to you.

In previous years we have had members running who have not registered for the handicap. Let us make this a good fun; enjoyable and sociable event. Please support us.



3 thoughts on “The Colin Simpson Memorial Handicap

  1. Well done to all, and excellent weather. Not sure what the answer is to encouraging people to enter the handicap, but at least we had a presence at the race. Do we have one of those large sail banners for the club? A 1-2 of those at the races would be good. Also wonder if we could use the Run Britain site more for handicaps, as your last 5m will be on the site, plus a handicap.

    Posted by Martin W | April 1, 2012, 5:28 pm
  2. Shame we never had more members running,but nevertheless i enjoyed the race and competing against my rival V45 mate Ian Gower .This was my first race as a Midland Master member and hopefully if i keep improving i might get close to Mr Morley next year,well i can dream cant i?

    Posted by andy money | April 1, 2011, 5:07 pm
    • Every year we have members who do the Centurion GP race but don’t bother to register for our handicap. It’s such a shame because potentially we have many more who could enter. Fifteen runners is not a fair reflection.

      Any thoughts anyone how we can improve this in the future?

      Posted by Tom Morris | April 5, 2011, 5:57 pm

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