Rallies, Awards & more
From Summer Trial to Le Jog, HERO have something for every ability and experience level in historic regularity rallying. Add to this some of the most spectacular and awe-inspiring scenery throughout the whole of Europe along with hospitality to match and the reason why HERO is recognised as the leader in its field becomes clear.
In an event that spanned just over three days and 751 miles, the RAC Rally of the Tests has been won by Andy Lane and Richard Crozier in their Volvo 123GT. The event was the seventh round of the HERO Cup in association with EFG Private Bank and Zenith Watches - Official Timekeeper to the HERO Cup and has put second placed driver Paul Crosby into...
Tulip Diagrams, Day Time Driving, Tarmac, Summer.
Tulip or Mixed Navigation, Daytime Driving, Tarmac.
Maps, Day & Night Driving, Mixed Surface, Autumn/Winter.
Maps, Day & Night Driving, Mixed Surface, Winter, Long Endurance Factor.
We return to the jewel that lies in the Irish Sea off the coasts of Lancashire, Galloway, Northern Ireland and North Wales for the fourth running of “The Three Legs of Mann”. With over six hundred miles of roads shoe horned into a 33 miles long by 13 miles wide island, 40% of which is uninhabited, it is the perfect place for rallying.Read more
Following on from the success of the new shorter format of the event we are delighted to announce that entries for the 2017 running of the award winning Royal Automobile Club 1000 Mile Trial will run over four and a half days in July - entries will open on the 30th of September 2016.Read more
Now re-named as the HERO Challenge, the 2017 event will be based around the famous airfield near Bicester, Oxfordshire- but may include new and exciting venues building on the feedback received after last year's event.
The Clubman category is ideal for those looking to step up from touring type events
WELCOME BACK... to the original, most authentic winter epic, the challenge of driving the worst roads in Europe in the thick of mid-winter, and the satisfaction of surviving and finally descending from the Alpine snow and fog to the brilliant sunshine of the Mediterranean, and the most famous finishing ramp in rallying history.Read more
'The Malts' as it has become affectionately known is a classic blend of regularities and driving tests set in the beautiful scenery Scotland provides. 2016 will see the 15th running of the event, starting from the shores of Loch Lomond, The Malts has something for everyone. The social side is another reason the event is so popular,Read more
The Summer Trial has quickly become the UK's favourite Summer event, it attracts crews from all over Europe, early entry is advisable. The event is classified as Introductory, making it suitable for any level of experience, there is no night time driving, the majority of roads used on the route and driving tests are sealed tarmac.Read more
The Classic Marathon is a superb event for both driver and navigator. All roads are of good quality, HERO Colour Coding - Blue - Intermediate. With only a minimum of loose surfaces on tests and route, it is perfect for those wanting to venture out onto their first long distance event or foray into competing abroad.Read more
Now regarded as the benchmark for pre-war classic motoring events. The Royal Automobile Club 1000 Mile Trial takes superb roads, fantastic venues and hospitality that is second to none. It combines these elements with attention to detail that is unique to HERO Events and turns them into an award-winning package. Will you take part in an event that shaped history?Read more
The HERO Challenge is totally different to many other traditional historic regularity rallies as it runs as a dual-permit event that allows two events to follow a very similar route – yet allows an approach that gives two very different styles of navigation and approach to be used.Read more
From its inception in 1932, the RAC Rally has been at the pinnacle and forefront of motor sport worldwide, it has attracted many of the leading lights to compete in what has always been regarded as one of the toughest and challenging events ever.Read more
Date to be confirmed. This event is classified as Expert, the route used is primarily sealed surface. As the event is held in late Winter into early Spring, adverse driving conditions may be encountered. Navigation is based around the IGN maps as stated in the previous paragraph, these can be tricky to use if you are a newcomer to regularity rallying.Read more
Date to be confirmed. Although intended as a competitive event, the Icelandic Saga is designed to be enjoyed by crews who normally only enter touring events. You decide just how competitive you want to be. Driving tests and regularity sections can be driven at a leisurely pace, or missed out altogether if you would prefer.Read more
Date to be confirmed. We plan to visit Ireland in June 2019, the perfect time to experience the country as the days are opening out (‘Sure, there is a grand stretch in the evenings.’ As the locals say!) and the weather isn’t too hot to make travelling in a classic vehicle uncomfortable. The event will cover six days with a route that will take in coastal and inland roads, showing off the country at its most spectacular.Read more