The Wellington club runs several classic race meetings throughout the year.
The main meeting is the MG Classic run each November. This is a two-day meeting with an additional practice day on the Friday. The meeting has now been run for over 30 years and is regarded as the foremost classic meeting in New Zealand.
Each May the club also runs the Charity Classic. Started by Trevor Boone and Ross Armstrong with the aim of getting the slower classic cars back on the track.
While it has not attracted the older and slower classic car back on the track (most of these are tucked up in their owner's garages under a cover), it has given the Wellington region a good low-key race meeting for old club cars, and is a good little clubman’s race meeting.
Five times a year the club is involved in running The Surgery Sprint Series which has been a feature of the local club racing calendar for 20+ years now and for the last twelve years and has been generously sponsored by The Surgery. Responsibility for running the race is shared around the classic clubs, MG Wellington having total responsibility for one meeting and also assists other clubs with the remaining four.
As far as motorsport goes it is fairly low-key, so is a great entry point for those who want to try their hand at motor racing.