WHO WE ARE
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Motorsport commentator and lifelong petrolhead
After providing media relations for many top drivers, Louise became Communications Head for the Jordan F1 team. She then joined ITV, becoming the female face of motorsport in the UK. She is now co-presenter for ITV’s coverage of the BTCC with Steve Rider.
Louise is proud to be an ambassador for the 'Girls On Track' organisation, which helps encourage female talent in motorsport.
Formerly Assistant Team Manager at McLaren F1, Tony moved into media as pitlane reporter alongside Murray Walker at the BBC before becoming the F1 Analyst at ITV and Sky TV.
Tony has been rallying for years, winning Group 'N' on the 2013 Rally Wales GB with Amy Williams in a Mitsubishi Evo and, more recently, completing the Roger Albert Clark rally in a historic Hillman Avenger.
Motorsport commentator and keen rally driver
Four time national rally champion
Marcus has been competing since the age of 17 and saw significant success in 2000 & 2001 by twice winning the ANCRO National Rally Championship in a Subaru Impreza WRC.
After a break from the sport, Marcus returned to become the MSA National Rally Champion in 2007 and 2008 in a Hyundai WRC.
As well as being a direct member of Motorsport UK, Southern Car Club is also a member of several MSUK Regional Associations. This means that SCC members can compete in events organised by other clubs in those Regions and in those Regional Championships.
In addition, our members often help organise events within those regional associations and with the running of the associations themselves. SCC is a member of the following:
SCC THROUGH THE DECADES
The first record of the club is a meeting at The George Hotel in Morden on 23rd September 1958. A working name of "St George's Car Club" was later refined to "The Georgian Car Club", then to "The South Of The Thames" and, subsequently, "South Thames Car Club".
When applying for affiliation to the RAC in 1963, the "Southern Car Club" name was adopted in order to avoid confusion with the Mid-Thames Car Club.
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