The SXOC is a car owners club run by a dedicated team of enthusiasts. The car that inspires us is the Nissan 200SX and is a powerful car in many ways. It has gripped like-minded drivers who enjoy the driving experience given from a great rear-wheel drive car that is rewarding to own. This appreciation has led to a very successful owners club and we welcome you to explore the forum.
Non-members can use the forum and access a wealth of information. The 200SX technical sections are impressive. Use the search facility and find out!
Friday the 14th October saw the last trackday of 2016 at Abingdon airfield, it was a fantastic day and much fun was had by all that attended!
The day was hosted by motorsportevents.co.uk and we couldn’t of asked for a better host, their organisation was spot on, the staff were friendly and the atmosphere was great.
We got more than enough seat-time and the day went smoothly with no hiccups (bar my spin and some cooked brakes!)
We are now in the process of organising the 1st trackday of 2017 of which will be SXOC only.
So for a full day on track at an extremely reasonable price please follow the link to get involved and support the club. Click to join our next trackday at SXOC On Track: Llandow Circuit in the spring
Last weekend SXOC attended a car show within the exquisite grounds of Helmingham Hall.
The stand was full and nothing failed to disappoint! It was scorching weather with amazing cars from Ferrari’s to 200sx’s!
As you may have seen, the club was on form with the banter. This time it was Daz’s turn as usual to be the “butt” of the joke, as couple of members decided to decorate his car as a welcome back initiation, after almost 3 years of it being off the road – Click here for his project thread. – http://sxoc.com/vbb/showthread.php?441292-My-S14a-build/
Here are some of the pictures of our tomfoolery.
There was plenty to see and do as always, a concourse run for a few cars with the owners speaking about each one, a country dancing display and a falconry show where, as per every year, one of the birds wouldn’t come down from a tree! Something for all the family and trade stands too.
I along with others got majorly sunburnt so let ‘the boy’ chill out in the shade (aka the boot).
By 4pm most people had left apart from a few hardcore show goers that went for a stroll around the acres of gardens.
Thanks to all that came and of course to Helmingham Hall who were as always amazing hosts and a credit to car events, it all ran very smoothly. Until next year, Helmingham.