Open to cars built before 31 December 1981, the Scottish Malts this year will run from 6-10 September.
The time schedule on the event is not too demanding, and navigation is by means of a detailed road book using easy-tofollow Tulip diagrams utilising HERO’s simple Jogularity system.
The event will follow the successful format of past Malts with competitors covering approximately 200-230 miles each day through some of the most spectacular scenery Scotland can offer. As in previous years there will be driving tests, regularities and link sections to allow both members of the crew to enjoy the scenery. The long established tradition of siting main controls and tests at stately homes, castles and distilleries will continue, as will the collection of a souvenir miniature at ten specific locations along the route.
The Scottish Malts Classic Car Tour will be run in conjunction with the Reliability Trial,and is intended for crews looking for a less demanding motoring experience without the need to undertake regularities and driving tests. The two events come together at lunch and main controls, and all will be eligible for Turnberry Luxury Collection Resort, located on the western side of Scotland and within easy reach of Glasgow and Prestwick airports. The resort will host both the welcome and awards dinners.
While then sun set on scrutineering Friday evening the crews both novice and experienced armed with their road books and maps set about the day ahead of them...
After 7 days and 1200 miles, two seconds is all that separated Owen Turner and Rachel Vestey from second placed crew, Seren and Elise Whyte. Despite a valian...
Watch the event highlights video created on route by our videographer Gary Williams and shown to the crews during the Awards Dinner this evening.