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Within days of opening for entries we have over 50 crews on the 2015 Flying Scotsman Entry List.
We've now received the second instalment of Kim Bannister's route survey for the 2015 Trans America Challenge. Read the The Trans America Route Survey.
Rally Director Philip Young recently visited Myanmar for high level talks with Government ministers in the final round of detailed planning for the inaugural Road to Mandalay 2015 which sets out from the Raffles Hotel, Singapore, next February.
What's happening at the ERA
The entry list for the 2016 Peking to Paris motor challenge has reached capacity Read more....
A rush of recent entries for our event that drives from Singapore into Burma brings us to the point that the entry-list is now full as we are at the limit of the available hotel space that meets the necessary high standards required.
Next year The 7th Flying Scotsman has an all-new route, concentrating more on remote roads in Northern England, the Scottish Borders, and Scotland, starting on April 17th, finishing at Gleneagles on April 19th.
In recent weeks the Rally Office has been inundated with enquiries about our next Peking to Paris event. We are pleased to confirm that our 2016 route will drive Peking to Paris on an enhanced route based on what we have recently experienced.
With over 65 major events under our belts since we kickstarted the historic rallying movement in the 1980's, we've helped hundreds of competitors fulfill their dreams. With unparalleled experience in route planning and superb backup services, we go the extra mile to make every experience extraordinary and enjoyable.
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We have organised more than 60 major events through over 50 countries and we’re responsible for ideas and initiatives now adopted by the rally world.
From The Flying Scotsman through to the epic Peking to Paris Motor Challenge, there is something for everyone in our Upcoming Events section.
We have chopped more than a day off the World Record for the non-stop drive between Cape Town and London, driving 1,000 miles a day for ten days in a Fiat Panda!
I just don't expect anywhere near the same level of organisation with anyone else. The E.R.A. team is the most professional and well-oiled you could hope to travel with.