Welcome to the Austin 7 Club website- a valuable source of information for all Austin 7 owners and restorers, Observed Section Trial Competitors and Historic Austin 7 Racers.

The Austin Seven Clubs Association UK is placing their archive of interesting history online. Click on the picture. 

 Some pictures from the past histories of local Austin Sevens. Tell the webmaster if you have any similar material.

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Some more historic photos here, showing an Austin Seven with a very basic gas producer. Later the car was passed to Jack Gillies as a young lad, 'fixed up' and painted.

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Club Membership

  To join, fill in the membership form and mail to PO Box 462 Moorabbin

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The "Light Shaft" Club Magazine



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Austin Seven National Rally Toowoomba Queensland- Click on the logo for pictures  nouv49.gif (4500 bytes)



Myrniong Historic Car Sprint

Austin 7 Club 50th Annual Rally

Austin Seven Club 2017 Calendar

Austin Seven Club Coming Events

Club Permit Scheme Information 2017  

Austin Seven Club Committees 2017

'Club Spares' From The Light Shaft

Austin Seven Club Membership

'For Sale' From The Light Shaft

Pictures of Club Cars  

 Our  Austin Sevens 

Austin Seven Historic Pics

Technical Articles

Austin Seven Club Life Members

Austin Seven Club Manual

Austin Seven Club Trophies



Observed Section Trials (Mud Trials or Sporting Trials in other parts of the world) are an integral part of the Austin 7 Club. Austin 7s are no longer driven in OST competition, except for the odd exhibition run, and trials cars are now highly specialised cars, built to a specific formula & utilising modern components. The most famous trial, originally named The Park Orchards Trial because of its location in the Melbourne outer suburb of Park Orchards (now covered in houses) has been relocated and named the John Pryce Memorial Trial, in honour of the renowned Club member who introduced the sport to Australia in 1950.

Around 12 trials are held annually. Entry fees are very cheap, admittance to trials is always free and new members are always welcome. Passengers are mandatory and are often in need. Have a look at our Trials E-Cards on this site.

We are always pleased to help anyone wanting to build a trials car. Give anyone on the trials committee a call, and see Grant Campbell's advice on trials cars here.

Observed Section Trials

Observed Section Trials News 2017

Observed Section Trials Results 2017

Observed Section Trials Formula

 Observed Section Trials Car Design

Observed Section Trials Trophies

Trials E-Cards

OST Regulations and Entries 2017

Observed Section Trials 'Links'

Trials Picture Gallery

41st Historic Winton Posters

Historic Winton is Australia's premier Historic Racing event. Always held on the last full weekend in May.

For more details on the upcoming event click on the Historic Winton box above.

 Historic Winton is run by the Austin 7 Club but is unique in that it also runs motorcycles. Around 250 Historic racing cars and with the assistance of Historic Motorcycle Racing Association Victoria, up to 100 bikes, including sidecars compete at this event. More than 60 events are held over the two days. A growing part of the meeting is the ever expanding Historic Vehicle Display of interesting cars from all eras including a number of invited rare cars and motorbikes.

A must see on the Australian Historic Racing & Motor Sport calendar. Competitors Click Here for an entry form.

Historic Winton is held at Winton Motor Raceway, around 200 km North-East of Melbourne on the old Hume Highway - about 10k North of Benalla & 25k south of Wangaratta. The circuit is located in a picturesque part of country Victoria, and is unique in that all parts of the circuit can be seen from any vantage point.

For accommodation at Winton and surrounding district see the box at the left. It always pays to book ahead for this very popular event.


Note- the event is always referred to as 'HISTORIC WINTON', a registered name owned by the A7 Club.

To comment on Historic Winton send an email to-

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41st 'HISTORIC WINTON' ..........27th & 28th May 2017

Winton and Surroundings Accomodation

Historic Racing Groups or Classes

A Brief History of Historic Winton

2016 Results

Lap Records February 2016 

Historic Winton Trophies

Historic Winton Gallery

Historic Motor Racing Links



Official Site of the Austin 7 Club Inc. PO Box 462, Moorabbin, Vic. 3189. Reg. No. A0003290N, ABN 54 794 317 145

All mail to the Club must be sent to the postal address above.

Any mail sent to street address at Kylie Place will not be received.

Clubrooms: Units 8/9, 19-23 Kylie Place Cheltenham North, Victoria, Australia, Melway 77 K9.

The views expressed and the information contained on this website are those of the contributors and not necessarily those of the Officers and Committee of the Austin Seven Club Inc. Whilst every effort is made to ensure the accuracy of technical advice and information, the Club and its Officers accept no liability for loss, damage or injury from persons acting upon information contained on this website.



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