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The 10th Flying Scotsman 2018

26 – 29 April, 2018 2018

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The Flying Scotsman – Tenth Anniversary Edition

In his introduction to the 1st Flying Scotsman, back in 2009, Philip Young wrote:

“WELCOME to the first London to Edinburgh Flying Scotsman – the longest and perhaps the toughest rally in Britain for vintage cars. There is nothing quite like this in terms of distance and magnitude… and nothing else quite like this exclusively for Pre-war cars.”

Making that early vision reality, a huge number of vintage car enthusiasts have gathered each year to experience the wonderful journey through some of the most beautiful landscapes that Britain has to offer. Along the way they have enjoyed great company and all manner of tests, trials and tribulations to challenge and engage the driving talents, time keeping skills and navigational prowess of each and every crew.

For the 10th Anniversary celebration, the Flying Scotsman returns to its roots with an exciting new ‘Brooklands to Edinburgh’ route. As in 2017, route designers Anthony Preston and Lee Vincent are working with the whole ERA team to devise four days of exceptional open road vintage motoring; once again we are looking to build on our hard won reputation for finding the roads less travelled and exciting new test venues all the way to Edinburgh where another warm Scottish welcome is assured.

The Route

The 10th Flying Scotsman will be flagged away from the Brooklands Museum shortly after midday on Thursday 26 April. A relaxed run through the Home Counties provides a gentle introduction, allowing crews to slowly build a head of steam for the days ahead.

Day two sees the route head north into the East Midlands to take in some exciting new challenges before swinging east through the quiet yet magnificent Lincolnshire Wolds.

After a comfortable night halt close to the majestic Humber Bridge, the gradients increase through Saturday, as the spectacular moors and dales of Yorkshire welcome us.

On day four, our special Anniversary Edition rounds off with a shorter day of splendid moorland motoring through the wilds of Northumberland and the Scottish Borders before a triumphal arrival at the Balmoral Hotel in the heart of Edinburgh, appropriately close to Waverley Railway Station, the original destination of our illustrious steam powered namesake.

The 10th Flying Scotsman 2018 – Participants

updated 21st April 2018

Num Participants Motorcar Engine size
Pioneer motorcars – pre 1920
1 David Ayre(GB) / Karen Ayre(GB) 1907 – Itala 40 7500
2 Andrew Bailey(IRL) / Philippa Spiller(IRL) 1918 – Stutz K Roadster 5200
All motorcars 1920 to 1948  –  up to 1500cc
23 Andrew Hall(GB) / Patrick Blakeney-Edwards(GB) 1928 – Frazer Nash Saloon Owlet 1496
34 Peter Kappeler(CH) / Peter Horsburgh(GB) 1930 – Aston Martin International LM 1500
35 Nigel Dowding(GB) / Mary Antcliff(GB) 1930 – Riley Brooklands 1098
36 Steven Snauwaert(B) / Jan Stofferis(B) 1931 – Aston Martin International 1500
40 Gerry Acher(GB) / Bruce Young(GB) 1932 – Aston Martin International 1495
42 Keith Piper(GB) / Jason Piper(GB) 1932 – Aston Martin International 1495
46 Theo Hunt(GB) / James Galliver(GB) 1933 – Frazer Nash TT REP 1496
47 Chris Wilks(GB) / Dave Creech(GB) 1933 – Singer Le Mans 972
53 Johan De Swart(NL) / Will Van Gemert(NL) 1934 – Singer Le Mans 972
56 Alan Beardshaw(GB) / Peter Fletcher(GB) 1934 – Aston Martin Ulster 1500
61 Frederic Wakeman(USA) / Mike Grant-Peterkin(GB) 1935 – Frazer Nash TT REP 1496
64 John Lomas(GB) / Martin Greaves(GB) 1936 – Riley TT Sprite 1500
65 Anders Thorell(SE) / Ulf Forsberg(SE) 1936 – Morgan 4/4 Roadster 1122
66 Andrew Davies(GB) / Jonathan Davies(GB) 1936 – Riley 12/4 Special 1500
67 Brad Mottier(USA) / Bill Hoff(USA) 1936 – Riley Bigley Special 1498
79 Shane Houlihan(IRL) / Richard Pain(IRL) 1937 – Riley 12/4 Special 1492
91 Clint Smith(GB) / Brad Smith(GB) 1933 – MG KN Special 1175
98 Paul Crosby(GB) / Ali Procter(GB) 1939 – MG TB Supercharged 1466
101 Pierre Van Houtte(GB) / Eddy Van Houtte(GB) 1939 – MG TB Supercharged 1250
103 David Roberts(GB) / Jo Roberts(GB) 1946 – HRG 1500 1496
105 Michael Kershaw(GB) / David Kirkham(GB) 1947 – HRG 1500 1496
106 Tom Cowcher(GB) / Nia Cowcher(GB) 1948 – MG TC 1250
108 Kate Wickham(GB) / Sophie Wickham(GB) 1948 – MG TC 1250
109 Keith Ashworth(GB) / Norah Ashworth(GB) 1948 – HRG 1500 1500
110 Peter Zernial(D) / Udo Fink(D) 1948 – MG TC 1250
All motorcars 1920 to 1948  –  1501 to 2500cc
27 Mick Cotter(IRL) / Terence Bradley(IRL) 1930 – Alfa Romeo 6C 1750
37 Gareth Burnett(GB) / Matthew Vokes(GB) 1939 – Alta 2000
38 Arjen Geirnaert(B) / David Meeuws(B) 1931 – Lagonda 2L Supercharged 1990
54 Thomas Maechler(CH) / Andrea Scherz(CH) 1934 – Aston Martin MkII Competition 1950
68 Russell Jordan(GB) / Gary Gibson(GB) 1936 – Alvis Silver Eagle 2300
69 Sean Bramhall(GB) / Mark Venezia(GB) 1936 – Triumph Gloria Special 1600
76 Peter Lovett(GB) / David Richards(GB) 1937 – Frazer Nash BMW 328 1991
78 Martin Hunt(GB) / Robert Mannix(GB) 1937 – Frazer Nash BMW 328 1971
85 Stephen Owens(GB) / Nick Cooper(GB) 1937 – Jaguar SS100 2500
88 Christian Brash(GB) / Matthew Brash(GB) 1938 – Aston Martin 15/98 Sports 1998
89 Mitch Gross(USA) / Wendy Gross(USA) 1938 – BMW 328 2000
90 Andrew Laing(GB) / Sandy Mitchell(GB) 1938 – Frazer Nash BMW 327/8 1971
92 Bertie Van Houtte(F) / Charlotte Van Houtte(GB) 1938 – Frazer Nash BMW 328 1971
97 Gavin Henderson(GB) / Diana Henderson(GB) 1939 – Frazer Nash BMW 328 1971
99 Wilfried Bechtolsheimer(GB) / Ursula Bechtolsheimer(CH) 1939 – Citroen Traction 15/6 1911
Vintage motorcars 1920 to 1930  –  over 2500cc
4 Simon Hutton(GB) / Youlia Nazarenko(B) 1925 – Vauxhall 30/98 4250
5 Peter Neumark(GB) / Guy Woodcock(GB) 1922 – Bentley 3-4½ 4398
6 Lieven van Hoylandt(B) / Wim De Sutter(B) 1922 – Bentley 3-4½ 4500
7 Keith Wickham(GB) / Brian Spearman(GB) 1924 – Rolls Royce Boat Tail Roadster 3300
8 Ewen Getley(GB) / Maya Sanbar(GB) 1924 – Bentley 3-4½ 4398
9 Robert Glover(GB) / Piers Loxton-Edwards(GB) 1924 – Vauxhall 30/98 4250
10 Bill Cleyndert(GB) / Dan Harrison(GB) 1925 – Bentley 3-4½ 4398
12 Jonathan Procter(GB) / Joe Twyman(GB) 1925 – Bentley 3-4½ 4398
14 William Medcalf(GB) / Andy Pullan(GB) 1925 – Bentley Super Sports 5300
15 Gregor Fisken(GB) / Jeremy Brewster(GB) 1925 – Vauxhall 30/98 4250
16 Graham Moss(GB) / James Moss(GB) 1925 – Bentley 3L 4500
17 Jaime Pueche(E) / Diego Juzgado(E) 1925 – Vauxhall 30/98 4200
18 David Costermans(B) / Stefan Costermans(B) 1926 – Bentley 3-4½ 4398
19 Peter Forster(D) / Ferdi Forster(D) 1926 – Bentley 3-4½ 4398
20 Anthony Galliers-Pratt(GB) / Fiona Galliers-Pratt(GB) 1926 – Bentley 3-4½ 4500
21 Bert Degenaar(NL) / Caspar Killick(GB) 1929 – Bentley 4½ ‘Bluebell’ 4500
22 Simon Brien(GB) / David Gomes(GB) 1928 – Bentley 4½ Blower 4398
24 Willie Gilbertson-Hart(GB) / Sholto Gilbertson-Hart(GB) 1928 – Bentley 4½ 4500
25 Simon Arscott(GB) / Rob Burt(GB) 1928 – Bentley 4½ 4500
26 Lars Rolner(DK) / Annette Rolner(DK) 1928 – Bentley 4½ 4500
28 Rory Henderson(GB) / Stacie Djordjevic(USA) 1928 – Bentley 4½ 4500
29 Mark Midgley(GB) / Jim Cochrane(GB) 1929 – Bentley 4½ 4500
30 Hugh Apthorp(GB) / Graeme Brown(GB) 1929 – Bentley 4½ 4500
31 Eric Kavanagh(IRL) / John Kavanagh(IRL) 1929 – Bentley 4½ 4500
32 Remon Vos(NL) / Harry Bannatyne(GB) 1929 – Bentley 4½ Tourer 4398
33 Andrew Boland(IRL) / Ann Boland(IRL) 1929 – Bentley 4½ 4500
41 Charles Bishop(GB) / Nellie Bishop(GB) 1926 – Bentley 3L 2996
Vintageant motorcars 1931 to 1948  –  2501 to 4000cc
11 Graham Goodwin(GB) / Marina Goodwin(GB) 1934 – Talbot 105 Alpine 3300
43 Jose Romao de Sousa(PT) / Maria Romao de Sousa(PT) 1932 – Alvis Speed 20 SA 2511
45 John Ruston(GB) / Michael Birch(GB) 1933 – Talbot AV105 3377
48 Dermot Boland(IRL) / Jim Boland(IRL) 1933 – Talbot AV105 2969
49 Rudi Friedrichs(D) / Helga Friedrichs(D) 1933 – Alvis Speed 20 SA 2566
51 James Tibbitts(GB) / Kevin Dodman(GB) 1933 – Talbot AV105 2969
52 Wilfried Schaefer(D) / Sandra Hubner(D) 1934 – Talbot 105 Alpine 3300
55 Rob Jeurissen(NL) / Jeanne Jeurissen-Scheefhals(NL) 1934 – Bentley Derby 3668
62 Mike Velasco(GB) / Ian Wright(GB) 1935 – Bentley Derby Tourer 3669
63 Rob Stoneman(GB) / Hayley Stoneman(GB) 1935 – Alvis Firebird Special 3571
70 Trevor Finn(GB) / Lorna Hackett(GB) 1936 – Alvis Tourer 2687
71 Albert De Mey(B) / Nicolas Leonard(B) 1936 – Chevrolet Coupe 3700
72 Dirk Van Praag(B) / Nick Van Praag(B) 1936 – Delahaye 135M 3558
75 David Thomson(GB) / Alan Smith(GB) 1936 – Talbot 105 Alpine 3377
77 Simon Hinson(GB) / Bill Richardson(GB) 1937 – Alvis Speed 25 3500
80 Jorge Diamantopoulos(E) / Bernie Scholten(NL) 1937 – Delahaye 135M 3558
102 Keith Weed(GB) / Richard Holmes(GB) 1940 – Pontiac Silver Streak 3000
Vintageant motorcars 1931 to 1948  –  over 4000cc
39 Franc Hofermann-Kiefer(D) / Eli Hofermann-Kiefer(D) 1931 – Invicta S Type 4500
50 Marc Buhofer(CH) / Peter Lustenberger(CH) 1933 – Lagonda M45 4453
57 Tim Schofield(GB) / Richard Stafford(GB) 1934 – Lagonda M45 4500
58 Peter Bradfield(GB) / Georgie Bradfield(GB) 1934 – Invicta S Type 4500
59 Jef Van Hoylandt(B) / Anton Van Hoylandt(B) 1934 – Lagonda M45 Tourer 4500
73 Willem Vermeulen(NL) / Ellen Vermeulen(NL) 1936 – Alvis Speed 25 4300
74 Bob Compiet(NL) / Minouche den Doelder(NL) 1936 – Lagonda LG45 4553
81 Andrew Long(GB) / Rob Stanton(GB) 1937 – Bentley 4¼ VDP Tourer 4250
83 James Gately(USA) / Tony Brooks(GB) 1937 – Cadillac Convertible 5670
84 Chris Ballard(GB) / Martin Fletcher(GB) 1937 – Lagonda LG45 4500
86 John Abel(GB) / Mark Appleton(GB) 1937 – Lagonda LG45 4500
93 Scott Greenhalgh(GB) / Caroline Greenhalgh(GB) 1938 – Alvis 4.3 Tourer 4300
94 Alain Janssens(B) / Luc Bresseleers(B) 1938 – Bentley Derby Special 4250
95 James Hall-Smith(GB) / Ed Talbot(GB) 1938 – Rolls Royce 25/30 4250
96 Peter Blenk(CH) / Robin Saddler(GB) 1936 – Lagonda LG45 4500
100 David Browning(AUS) / Philip Browning(GB) 1939 – Bentley Sports Derby 4250
104 Chris Townsend(GB) / Rebecca Townsend(GB) 1946 – Bentley MkVI Special 5000
107 Anton Gonnissen(B) / Inge Willemen(B) 1948 – Bentley Speed 8 5650

DAY

1

Day One – Brooklands to Luton

What a day, what a route?

From the cradle of British motoring and the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, to one of the hot beds of British motor manufacturing. This first half day of the Flying Scotsman was an ideal way for the crews to settle themselves into the rhythm of the event.

There were some last minute scrutineering and minor repairs to be undertaken down in the carpark this morning, between the rain showers, and news also came through that the little Singer LeMans of Johan De Swart and Wilhelmus Van Gemert had broken down on the motorway. This crew, we heard, would definitely not be going us again this year. Additionally, Andrew Long’s Bentley also gave up the ghost on the run to the start so he and co driver Rob Stanton returned home to fetch plan B, a 1968 – MGC GT.

Following a buffet lunch, the Rally was flagged away at 1.01pm precisely and the first obstacle to overcome was the infamous, but always enjoyable hill climb Test, preceded this time with a figure of eight loop down on the site of the old finishing straight.

First away was David Ayre’s Itala, last seen in a sorry state awaiting a ship from Saigon, minus one wheel and a half shaft. In a little less than two weeks since its return to the UK Borghese’s Chariot has been repaired and restored to full running order and, with newly restored headlamps blinking in the sunlight it cut a fine sight as Fred Gallagher dropped the Union Jack in front of the famous clocktower.

From the start line to the test was only some 30 metres but steady as she goes was the watchword here. Its hard to win this event on the first day but very easy to lose it with a heavy foot or a moments inattention.

The hill at Brooklands is a steep one but, despite any impressions to the contrary, old clutches, brakes and throttles can overcome this gradient – but only if they’re used correctly and here lies the rub. The dividing line between driver ability and mechanical capability is a fine one and must be respected. And sometimes, discretion needs to take precedence over valour. So it was then that the two Pioneer cars of David Ayre and Andrew Bailey sensibly came to a gentleman’s agreement not to tempt fate too much and both ducked out of the hill after taking on the slalom and cone test.

The rest of the crews gave it all that they could with Gareth Burnett rocketing around the circuit in his little Alta with its doors flapping and tyres squealing much to the delight of the crowds.

Once out of Brooklands, the rally was then faced with some 70 miles of the densely populated and built up home counties region. From the Surrey Hills to the Chiltern Hills, those who know the area knew that this could have been a bit of a slog to say the least, if not for the route so expertly devised by Anthony Preston. Over the course of the afternoon the only queues which the crews saw were those for the start of the tests or the refreshments at the coffee halts. Mile after mile of minor road were linked together to give us a tricky passage control section around Burnham Beeches, an exciting closed road Test in the grounds of Penn House and a challenging Regularity in the Chilterns. Over freshly ploughed farmland and bluebell lined woodlands, the lanes of Southern England delivered the Flying Scotsman to the Luton Hoo Hotel, in a most befitting style.

The official welcome dinner was this evening and, after the meal, the speeches and the introductions it was time to digest the results.

After this short, yet sweet session it was the Bentley Super Sports of William Medcalf and Andy Pullan in top spot, followed very closely by Bill Cleyndert and Dan Harrison in another Super Sports and Gareth Burnett and Matthew Vokes in the rare blue Alta, both these crews being just one second behind the day one leader.

Tomorrow, the rally begins in earnest with a full day steaming up the East coast and there’ll be some keen to shovel some more coals on the fire.

Syd Stelvio

DAY

2

Day Two - Luton Hoo to Forest Pines

Watersports

The first full day of the rally dawned with heavy rain falling and with more promised for the rest of the day. The forecast wasn’t good and sadly in the event it turned out to be pretty accurate.

The first five miles of the route was easy however and for a short distance saw the crews heading north on the M1 and flying in the face of a torrent of southbound commuters locked in a ribbon of gridlock. The sight of 100 vintage cars thundering along must have given their drivers something to smile about as they crawled past the new town of Milton Keynes.

The Rally left the motorway here and rejoined its more familiar habitat, the minor roads which led us to Newport Pagnell and then to Castle Ashby in Northamptonshire for the first of five Regularities and Time Control sections with tricky navigation and multiple timing points to contend with.

A Test at Grafton Underwood allowed the drivers to let off a bit of steam on a mixed surface around an old airbase which featured plenty of gravel, woodland concrete and mud. This was fast and furious and for some the temptation was surely to let rip and give it their all but, with dozens of marshals watching closely for cone penalties and stop astride infringements, it paid not to get too throttle happy.

A cooling down period was offered with the coffee break at Boughton House whereafter another long Regularity was tackled at High Leicestershire where we were also the guests of Mark and Robert Wilkinson, long time ERA competitors, who generously allowed us to dodge the sheep on part of their magnificent estate.

A Test at Belvoir Castle sharpened the appetites of the crews and then led them to a superb and timely lunch in the Great Hall. There was no time to get too comfortable in front of the roaring log fire though, for straight after the meal it was back behind the wheel for another Belvoir Test.

The Flying Scotsman had a head of steam well and truly up now and, by the time the Cross Britain Way Regularity appeared in the Route Book, those on the footplates were shovelling coal as fast as they could to keep up with the schedule. After this Regularity came a couple of laps of the tight and twisty Ancaster Karting track followed by a short rest with coffee at Woodall Spa.

The Lincolnshire Wolds were next up with a looping Regularity over ploughed fields and emerging rape crops, followed immediately afterwards by another one around Swinhope Brats. These were wet, very wet roads by now and, with three fords to cross in quick succession it was difficult to see at times what was road and what was river. There seemed to be a water splash round every corner but this was the home run now and the Forest Pines night halt was within sight.

The sweeps have had a busy day today with some minor electrical issues which they were still sorting in the carpark, as the rest of us dried out and took on some food and drink. It was John Ruston and Michael Birch though who perhaps had the worst day and have now retired with a broken transmission.

After a tough but enjoyable day on the road, the leaderboard has also changed. John Abel and Mark Appleton are leading from Gareth Burnett and Matthew Vokes whilst Bill Cleyndert and Dan Harrison are third. There’s still plenty of fight left in the rest of the crews though so it’s by no means settled just yet.

Syd Stelvio

DAY

3

Day Three - Forest Pines to Gosforth Park

All points north

Warm, dry and well fed the rally hardly recognised itself this morning and it seemed that the weather Gods would be smiling upon us for most of today. Everyone was looking forwards to a bit of a dry patch.

From the hotel, a short section of motorway gave us a few easy miles to get some heat into the old blocks, some fluid through the pipes and it steadied the nerves of the anxious crews. Today was the longest day of the Rally and we were set up to cross some impressive landscapes to boot.

The Humber Bridge came and went in a flash but, magnificent as it was, all eyes were on the route book and specifically, the Yorkshire Wolds Regularity which was short and simple. More importantly, the gate at the end of it was locked in the open position and we can report that no sheep escaped during our tenure.
Next on the agenda there was some fun on the track at the Driffield Training area followed by tea and scones at the legendary Eden Camp wartime museum.

The Hambleton Hills Regularity proved to be a slightly sterner test, albeit one set in some stunning countryside. The hilly, gravel based run through dense and mature woodland took some of us straight back to the jungle Tests of the recent Road to Saigon.

Osmotherley Moor then led us to the Silton Regularity and another outing for the stopwatches, by this time the navigators were getting into the swing of things though and with the extra impetus of the impending lunch break there was something of a determined march towards Solberge Hall where another fine meal was served and allowed the crews to kick back and enjoy a little bit of weekend downtime. Obviously this didn’t last for long though, this is after all, a Press On style of rally.

The afternoon was action packed to say the least, and kicked off with a Special Test at Catterick. This was fast lap of a section of an MOD proving ground, the surface was loose, the trees were close and the corners were sharp. It was an ideal place for a bit of showboating and, rest assured there was plenty of this on display with levels of ambition often sharply juxtaposed with those of ability. But it was all good fun and most crews left with a big smile on their face.

Dirk van Praag however was a little less pleased with himself, he misjudged a turn in the middle of the section and ended up collecting an old fence post (along with some time penalties) and thereby bending his steering assembly. He should be OK to start again tomorrow though.

The following Time Control section, some five miles of it was held on a tank training ground and was sensational. The mud of yesterday was replaced today with clouds of choking white dust kicked up from the loose surface. Yellow gorse bushes dotted the landscape and there seemed to be orange jacketed marshals everywhere. No infraction went unpunished as the crews hurtled from Passage Control, to Time Control and back again and just as they’d got their breath back there was another, tarmac based regularity over Downholme Moor.

It was at the end of this section though that the overnight leaders, John Abel and Mark Appleton suffered a catastrophe when they lost most of their gears. Andy Inskip and Russ Smith were attending and doing all that they could but the fate of the Lagonda was sealed and the crew were forced to retire there and then.

Soon after, on the way to Greta Bridge, we saw Andrew Bailey and Philippa Spiller hunched in the cab of their Stutz, listening out for signs of life from the fuel pump. For the rest of us though the romp over the moors was spectacular even if there were spots of rain falling and the sky was darkening as we hit the Eastgate Test and then set a course for the last Regularity of the day over Muggleswick Common.

This was no simple home run though, the broken topography of the area meant that there was not one inch of level ground along the route and the myriad of nameless roads and tight junctions meant that good trip meter discipline was essential. Added to this mix was a sudden change in the weather, with the temperature falling to 3°c and a heavy sleety rain shower making its presence felt. By the time they’d made it out of this section, the arrival at the Gosforth night halt could not have been sweeter for some of the crews.

With John Abel and Mark Appleton now out of the Rally, the leaderboard has changed and, it is the highly fancied Alta of Gareth Burnett and Matthew Vokes which is now in top spot. William Medcalf and Andy Pullan are in second whilst Bill Cleyndert and Dan Harrison are third.

It’s not over though, there’s still a whole day to go before we pull into Edinburgh and it’ll be interesting to see how the final plays out.

Syd Stelvio

DAY

4

Day Four - Gosforth Park to Edinburgh

The home run

‘Welcome to Scotland’ said the sign, and there can’t have been many crews who won’t have been pleased to see it. After three long days on the road, today was a slightly shorter one and one which would also deliver them to the finish line. The day may have been short but Anthony Preston kept the pressure on right to the end and the action came thick and fast right until the chequered flag, or to be precise the Saltire on Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile.

Whilst an ominously wet dawn broke over Gosforth Park, by the time the crews had breakfasted and had got themselves into their cars the rain had cleared and patches of blue sky were even beginning to make an appearance.

So, after a short block warming run up the A1, there was a Test, a quick blast through Causey Park which led into two remote Regularities, The Burns and Callaly. Both featured bleak, high moorland, deep ravines, fords and clutch busting climbs and an A- Z of timing points, in maze of seldom used farm tracks and byways had some crews, to put it mildly, scratching their heads.

By the time the Time Control in Wooler came, there were plenty who felt that they more than deserved a coffee and a biscuit but the rest was short lived and soon the push through the borders continued.

The Kelso Showground was up next and this proved the ideal stage for some showboating and some crews duly obliged. James Gately and Tony Brooks could barely get their galleon of a Cadillac through the cones whilst the nimble little Alta of Gareth Burnett and Matthew Vokes skipped through them with barely a beat missed.

The Tweed Valley Regularity followed next and took the hungry crews to lunch at Paxton House by which time an end of term feeling was beginning to develop.

A sun soaked Regularity over the stunning Lammermuir Hills followed and, with its signature views over the North Sea and the Firth of Forth the fact that we were really nearing the journey’s end became more clear. The final Test at Scoughall Farm was a great way to sign off.

All that was left then was a run into Auld Reekie, or if you prefer, the Athens of the North where a rather special reception had been planned.

After a run up and around Arthur’s Seat, the Rally headed for the busy centre of Edinburgh. Usually this sort of historic capital city is off limits to motor cars save for the odd Toyota Prius or perhaps a Tesla but today, thanks fo some Herculean organisational efforts, we arrived to find that regular traffic was diverted, roads were closed and barriers were erected. The Flying Scotsman Rally had the cobbled High Street to itself.

Ian, the ERA Piper led the Itala down the High Street in a slow procession, whereafter each car was greeted by Frank Ross, Edinburgh’s Right Honourable Lord Lieutenant and Lord Provost, handed a finishers award by Fred Gallagher and then passed under the finish arch to be photographed and cheered by the crowds of rally fans, old and new who pressed into the barriers keen to steal a quick selfie with them.

So it was then onto the night halt in the Balmoral Hotel and the Gala Prizegiving dinner in the Sir Walter Scott Room where the crews were duly honoured for their efforts and in heartfelt speeches, Fred Gallagher and the Clerk of the Course & Route Designer, Anthony Preston thanked those ERA pioneers such as Philip Young, Alan Smith, Kim Bannister and Bob Redhead who raised an early head of steam to get the Flying Scotsman running so well up the mainline and like a good whisky, the Flying Scotsman has matured very nicely and it’s good to see that in 2018, the blend is every bit as good as the original.

Salmon, duck and cranachan were on the menu this evening and as well as the class awards and the over-all awards, there were of course some discretionary awards handed out to those crews who had perhaps gone beyond and above the call of duty. The Spirit of the Rally to Jef and Anton van Hoylandt, the Concours d’Elegance to a delighted Rob and Hayley Stoneman and the two best dressed navigators were judged to be Marina Goodwin and Ann Boland.

Gareth Burnett, the first three times winner of the Flying Scotsman was clearly thrilled with his achievement and whilst being magnanimous in victory, he did admit that the win was even more sweet because no-one else reckoned that his little Alta would even get to the finish, never mind take the top spot. For Matthew Vokes as well, Gareth’s obviously capable navigator, this has been a steep learning curve as before Brooklands he’d never even been in a vintage car nor had he ever met Gareth! We think that after this though, we’ll be seeing a lot more of both of them.

With a wide choice of refreshment within walking distance of the hotel, there were some crews who, after dinner opted to patronise some of them. And, who can blame them, vintage rallying is quite clearly thirsty work.

Syd Stelvio

PAUSE PLAY

Scrutineering – Brooklands

Brooklands – You can bank on it

The second event of the 2018 ERA calendar is about to kick off and this ‘home fixture’ is the longest running of them of them all. The tenth Flying Scotsman is something of a landmark for the Endurance Rally Association, and it’s great to see some of those early pioneers along with their cars back with us at Brooklands where it all began.

In 2009, Rudi Friedrichs, with his Alvis fresh from the Mongolian Steppes, lined up in Brooklands along with two Dutchmen, Wilhelmus Van Gemert & Johan De Swart who also greatly impressed us on Peking to Paris aboard their tiny little Singer Le Mans.

John Abel, David Ayre and Terence Bradley have also come back for more along with Gerry Acher & Bruce Young who brought an Aston Martin to the original party as did Alan and Tina Beardshaw whilst Andrew Bailey who was in a Bentley although this time he’s in a well travelled Stutz.

David Thomson is once again behind the wheel of his Talbot 105 Alpine with Alan Smith beside him who was also the route designer of the first three editions.

Today was a chance then for theses old timers to meet the freshers and to perhaps give them some insight as to what life was like back in the day.

Whatever their status though, all of the crews had to submit to the paperwork process, Eleonora Piccolo and Annette Daley ensured that everyone signed on the dotted line whereafter they were given their ID tags and rally paraphernalia.

The massive sweep team of Andy Inskip, Russ Smith, Jamie Turner, Bob Harrod, Peter and Betty Banham, Rob Kitchen and Wayne Dent set up a scrutineering pen into which the cars were driven to be checked for eligibility and safety along with special guest, Geoff Doe from the MSA.

Looking around the car park, we expect the competition to be brisk this year as there are four former winners with us, Andrew Davies – 2011, William Medcalf – 2014 & 2015, Gareth Burnett – 2013 & 2016 and last year’s victor, Paul Crosby. Add to this high octane mix the likes of James Gateley, Graham Goodwin, John Abel and Bill Cleyndert and fireworks will surely follow.

Clerk of the Course, Anthony Preston has once again delivered the route book and devised the tests, and from a cursory glance at the highlights section we see that over the next three days the cars will cover 726 miles and negotiate 13 Tests and 15 Regularities.

Tomorrow there’ll be more last minute scrutineering for the latecomers before a quick bite of lunch and then the flag will drop at 13.01 signalling that the Flying Scotsman is once again pulling out of the station.

Syd Stelvio

Day 1
Thursday – Apr 26, 2018

Day 1 – Brooklands to Luton Hoo

No. Crew
Car
Leg
Total
Overall
Total
O/A
pos’n
Cls pos
/Cls
14 William Medcalf / Andy Pullan
Bentley Super Sports
0:02:17 0:02:17 1 1 /4
10 Bill Cleyndert / Dan Harrison
Bentley 3-4½
0:02:18 0:02:18 2= 2 /4
37 Gareth Burnett / Matthew Vokes
Alta
0:02:18 0:02:18 2= 1 /3
86 John Abel / Mark Appleton
Lagonda LG45
0:02:19 0:02:19 4 1 /6
76 Peter Lovett / David Richards
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:02:20 0:02:20 5 2 /3
78 Martin Hunt / Robert Mannix
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:02:23 0:02:23 6 3 /3
98 Paul Crosby / Ali Procter
MG TB Supercharged
0:02:27 0:02:27 7 1 /2
85 Stephen Owens / Nick Cooper
Jaguar SS100
0:02:31 0:02:31 8 4 /3
5 Peter Neumark / Guy Woodcock
Bentley 3-4½
0:02:32 0:02:32 9 3 /4
79 Shane Houlihan / Richard Pain
Riley 12/4 Special
0:02:35 0:02:35 10 2 /2
92 Bertie Van Houtte / Charlotte Van Houtte
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:02:37 0:02:37 11 5 /3
73 Willem Vermeulen / Ellen Vermeulen
Alvis Speed 25
0:02:39 0:02:39 12 2 /6
66 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies
Riley 12/4 Special
0:02:45 0:02:45 13= 3 /2
83 James Gately / Tony Brooks
Cadillac Convertible
0:02:45 0:02:45 13= 3 /6
12 Jonathan Procter / Joe Twyman
Bentley 3-4½
0:02:46 0:02:46 15 4 /4
67 Brad Mottier / Bill Hoff
Riley Bigley Special
0:02:50 0:02:50 16 4 /2
102 Keith Weed / Richard Holmes
Pontiac Silver Streak
0:02:52 0:02:52 17 1 /5
55 Rob Jeurissen / Jeanne Jeurissen-Scheefhals
Bentley Derby
0:02:54 0:02:54 18= 2= /5
71 Albert De Mey / Nicolas Leonard
Chevrolet Coupe
0:02:54 0:02:54 18= 2= /5
72 Dirk Van Praag / Nick Van Praag
Delahaye 135M
0:02:54 0:02:54 18= 2= /5
93 Scott Greenhalgh / Caroline Greenhalgh
Alvis 4.3 Tourer
0:02:56 0:02:56 21 4 /6
54 Thomas Maechler / Andrea Scherz
Aston Martin MkII Competition
0:02:57 0:02:57 22 6 /3
21 Bert Degenaar / Caspar Killick
Bentley 4½ ‘Bluebell’
0:02:59 0:02:59 23 5 /4
59 Jef Van Hoylandt / Anton Van Hoylandt
Lagonda M45 Tourer
0:03:04 0:03:04 24 5 /6
88 Christian Brash / Matthew Brash
Aston Martin 15/98 Sports
0:03:08 0:03:08 25 7 /3
52 Wilfried Schaefer / Sandra Hubner
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:03:12 0:03:12 26 5 /5
105 Michael Kershaw / David Kirkham
HRG 1500
0:03:13 0:03:13 27 5 /2
42 Keith Piper / Jason Piper
Aston Martin International
0:03:15 0:03:15 28 6 /2
106 Tom Cowcher / Nia Cowcher
MG TC
0:03:18 0:03:18 29 7 /2
75 David Thomson / Alan Smith
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:03:26 0:03:26 30 6 /5
8 Ewen Getley / Maya Sanbar
Bentley 3-4½
0:03:27 0:03:27 31 6 /4
15 Gregor Fisken / Jeremy Brewster
Vauxhall 30/98
0:03:29 0:03:29 32 7 /4
97 Gavin Henderson / Diana Henderson
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:03:32 0:03:32 33 8 /3
57 Tim Schofield / Richard Stafford
Lagonda M45
0:03:37 0:03:37 34= 6= /6
94 Alain Janssens / Luc Bresseleers
Bentley Derby Special
0:03:37 0:03:37 34= 6= /6
49 Rudi Friedrichs / Helga Friedrichs
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:03:39 0:03:39 36 7 /5
101 Pierre Van Houtte / Eddy Van Houtte
MG TB Supercharged
0:03:40 0:03:40 37 8 /2
103 David Roberts / Jo Roberts
HRG 1500
0:03:41 0:03:41 38 9 /2
9 Robert Glover / Piers Loxton-Edwards
Vauxhall 30/98
0:03:50 0:03:50 39= 8= /4
28 Rory Henderson / Stacie Djordjevic
Bentley 4½
0:03:50 0:03:50 39= 8= /4
33 Andrew Boland / Ann Boland
Bentley 4½
0:03:50 0:03:50 39= 8= /4
95 James Hall-Smith / Ed Talbot
Rolls Royce 25/30
0:03:52 0:03:52 42= 8 /6
108 Kate Wickham / Sophie Wickham
MG TC
0:03:52 0:03:52 42= 10 /2
69 Sean Bramhall / Mark Venezia
Triumph Gloria Special
0:03:55 0:03:55 44 9 /3
46 Theo Hunt / James Galliver
Frazer Nash TT REP
0:03:56 0:03:56 45 11 /2
2 Andrew Bailey / Philippa Spiller
Stutz K Roadster
0:04:01 0:04:01 46= 1 /1
58 Peter Bradfield / Georgie Bradfield
Invicta S Type
0:04:01 0:04:01 46= 9 /6
63 Rob Stoneman / Hayley Stoneman
Alvis Firebird Special
0:04:01 0:04:01 46= 8 /5
16 Graham Moss / James Moss
Bentley 3L
0:04:02 0:04:02 49 11 /4
77 Simon Hinson / Bill Richardson
Alvis Speed 25
0:04:03 0:04:03 50 9 /5
64 John Lomas / Martin Greaves
Riley TT Sprite
0:04:05 0:04:05 51= 12= /2
109 Keith Ashworth / Norah Ashworth
HRG 1500
0:04:05 0:04:05 51= 12= /2
26 Lars Rolner / Annette Rolner
Bentley 4½
0:04:07 0:04:07 53= 12= /4
30 Hugh Apthorp / Graeme Brown
Bentley 4½
0:04:07 0:04:07 53= 12= /4
65 Anders Thorell / Ulf Forsberg
Morgan 4/4 Roadster
0:04:07 0:04:07 53= 14 /2
6 Lieven van Hoylandt / Wim De Sutter
Bentley 3-4½
0:04:10 0:04:10 56= 14 /4
34 Peter Kappeler / Peter Horsburgh
Aston Martin International LM
0:04:10 0:04:10 56= 15 /2
27 Mick Cotter / Terence Bradley
Alfa Romeo 6C
0:04:16 0:04:16 58= 10 /3
56 Alan Beardshaw / Peter Fletcher
Aston Martin Ulster
0:04:16 0:04:16 58= 16 /2
74 Bob Compiet / Minouche den Doelder
Lagonda LG45
0:04:19 0:04:19 60 10 /6
51 James Tibbitts / Kevin Dodman
Talbot AV105
0:04:25 0:04:25 61 10 /5
31 Eric Kavanagh / John Kavanagh
Bentley 4½
0:04:26 0:04:26 62 15 /4
41 Charles Bishop / Nellie Bishop
Bentley 3L
0:04:27 0:04:27 63 16 /4
40 Gerry Acher / Bruce Young
Aston Martin International
0:04:29 0:04:29 64 17 /2
89 Mitch Gross / Wendy Gross
BMW 328
0:04:30 0:04:30 65 11 /3
7 Keith Wickham / Brian Spearman
Rolls Royce Boat Tail Roadster
0:04:31 0:04:31 66= 17= /4
20 Anthony Galliers-Pratt / Fiona Galliers-Pratt
Bentley 3-4½
0:04:31 0:04:31 66= 17= /4
68 Russell Jordan / Gary Gibson
Alvis Silver Eagle
0:04:32 0:04:32 68 12 /3
11 Graham Goodwin / Marina Goodwin
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:04:35 0:04:35 69 11 /5
18 David Costermans / Stefan Costermans
Bentley 3-4½
0:04:38 0:04:38 70= 19 /4
107 Anton Gonnissen / Inge Willemen
Bentley Speed 8
0:04:38 0:04:38 70= 11 /6
25 Simon Arscott / Rob Burt
Bentley 4½
0:04:42 0:04:42 72 20 /4
110 Peter Zernial / Udo Fink
MG TC
0:04:44 0:04:44 73 18 /2
29 Mark Midgley / Jim Cochrane
Bentley 4½
0:04:47 0:04:47 74 21 /4
62 Mike Velasco / Ian Wright
Bentley Derby Tourer
0:04:49 0:04:49 75 12 /5
17 Jaime Pueche / Diego Juzgado
Vauxhall 30/98
0:04:54 0:04:54 76 22 /4
35 Nigel Dowding / Mary Antcliff
Riley Brooklands
0:04:58 0:04:58 77 19 /2
19 Peter Forster / Ferdi Forster
Bentley 3-4½
0:05:08 0:05:08 78 23 /4
70 Trevor Finn / Lorna Hackett
Alvis Tourer
0:05:15 0:05:15 79 13 /5
48 Dermot Boland / Jim Boland
Talbot AV105
0:05:17 0:05:17 80 14 /5
22 Simon Brien / David Gomes
Bentley 4½ Blower
0:05:18 0:05:18 81 24 /4
47 Chris Wilks / Dave Creech
Singer Le Mans
0:05:22 0:05:22 82 20 /2
50 Marc Buhofer / Peter Lustenberger
Lagonda M45
0:05:43 0:05:43 83 12 /6
1 David Ayre / David Duncan
Itala 40
0:05:46 0:05:46 84 2 /1
23 Andrew Hall / Patrick Blakeney-Edwards
Frazer Nash Saloon Owlet
0:06:25 0:06:25 85 21 /2
104 Chris Townsend / Rebecca Townsend
Bentley MkVI Special
0:06:35 0:06:35 86 13 /6
80 Jorge Diamantopoulos / Bernie Scholten
Delahaye 135M
0:06:36 0:06:36 87 15 /5
24 Willie Gilbertson-Hart / Sholto Gilbertson-Hart
Bentley 4½
0:06:38 0:06:38 88 25 /4
43 Jose Romao de Sousa / Maria Romao de Sousa
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:08:03 0:08:03 89 16 /5
39 Franc Hofermann-Kiefer / Eli Hofermann-Kiefer
Invicta S Type
0:08:29 0:08:29 90 14 /6
99 Wilfried Bechtolsheimer / Ursula Bechtolsheimer
Citroen Traction 15/6
0:08:36 0:08:36 91 13 /3
4 Simon Hutton / Youlia Nazarenko
Vauxhall 30/98
0:12:52 0:12:52 92 26 /4
84 Chris Ballard / Martin Fletcher
Lagonda LG45
0:18:04 0:18:04 93 15 /6
36 Steven Snauwaert / Jan Stofferis
Aston Martin International
0:18:12 0:18:12 94 22 /2
90 Andrew Laing / Sandy Mitchell
Frazer Nash BMW 327/8
0:34:38 0:34:38 95 14 /3
100 David Browning / Philip Browning
Bentley Sports Derby
0:39:07 0:39:07 96 16 /6
91 Clint Smith / Brad Smith
MG KN Special
1:16:40 1:16:40 97 23 /2
45 John Ruston / Michael Birch
Talbot AV105
1:28:10 1:28:10 98 17 /5
96 Peter Blenk / Robin Saddler
Lagonda LG45
1:28:30 1:28:30 99 17 /6
32 Remon Vos / Harry Bannatyne
Vauxhall 23/60
3:08:00 Non-starter
53 Johan De Swart / Will Van Gemert
Singer Le Mans
3:08:00 Non-starter
38 Arjen Geirnaert / David Meeuws
Lagonda 2L Supercharged
1:28:40 Retired
81 Andrew Long / Rob Stanton
MGC
3:08:00 Touring

Day 2 – Luton Hoo to Forest Pines
Friday – Apr 27, 2018

No. Crew
Car
Leg
Total
Overall
Total
o/a
pos’n
Cls pos
/Cls
86 John Abel / Mark Appleton
Lagonda LG45
0:08:15 0:10:34 1 1 /6
37 Gareth Burnett / Matthew Vokes
Alta
0:08:25 0:10:43 2 1 /3
10 Bill Cleyndert / Dan Harrison
Bentley 3-4½
0:08:38 0:10:56 3 1 /4
76 Peter Lovett / David Richards
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:08:45 0:11:05 4 2 /3
14 William Medcalf / Andy Pullan
Bentley Super Sports
0:09:12 0:11:29 5 2 /4
98 Paul Crosby / Ali Procter
MG TB Supercharged
0:09:07 0:11:34 6 1 /2
79 Shane Houlihan / Richard Pain
Riley 12/4 Special
0:09:02 0:11:37 7 2 /2
5 Peter Neumark / Guy Woodcock
Bentley 3-4½
0:09:18 0:11:50 8 3 /4
85 Stephen Owens / Nick Cooper
Jaguar SS100
0:09:23 0:11:54 9 3 /3
66 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies
Riley 12/4 Special
0:09:43 0:12:28 10 3 /2
78 Martin Hunt / Robert Mannix
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:10:06 0:12:29 11 4 /3
83 James Gately / Tony Brooks
Cadillac Convertible
0:09:51 0:12:36 12 2 /6
75 David Thomson / Alan Smith
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:09:12 0:12:38 13 1 /5
72 Dirk Van Praag / Nick Van Praag
Delahaye 135M
0:09:56 0:12:50 14 2 /5
92 Bertie Van Houtte / Charlotte Van Houtte
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:10:27 0:13:04 15 5 /3
97 Gavin Henderson / Diana Henderson
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:09:50 0:13:22 16 6 /3
73 Willem Vermeulen / Ellen Vermeulen
Alvis Speed 25
0:10:54 0:13:33 17 3 /6
30 Hugh Apthorp / Graeme Brown
Bentley 4½
0:09:33 0:13:40 18 4 /4
55 Rob Jeurissen / Jeanne Jeurissen-Scheefhals
Bentley Derby
0:10:58 0:13:52 19 3 /5
52 Wilfried Schaefer / Sandra Hubner
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:10:47 0:13:59 20 4 /5
67 Brad Mottier / Bill Hoff
Riley Bigley Special
0:11:19 0:14:09 21 4 /2
46 Theo Hunt / James Galliver
Frazer Nash TT REP
0:10:31 0:14:27 22 5 /2
54 Thomas Maechler / Andrea Scherz
Aston Martin MkII Competition
0:11:37 0:14:34 23 7 /3
56 Alan Beardshaw / Peter Fletcher
Aston Martin Ulster
0:10:23 0:14:39 24 6 /2
49 Rudi Friedrichs / Helga Friedrichs
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:11:03 0:14:42 25 5 /5
12 Jonathan Procter / Joe Twyman
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:07 0:14:53 26 5 /4
63 Rob Stoneman / Hayley Stoneman
Alvis Firebird Special
0:11:02 0:15:03 27 6 /5
51 James Tibbitts / Kevin Dodman
Talbot AV105
0:10:44 0:15:09 28 7 /5
94 Alain Janssens / Luc Bresseleers
Bentley Derby Special
0:11:46 0:15:23 29= 4 /6
103 David Roberts / Jo Roberts
HRG 1500
0:11:42 0:15:23 29= 7 /2
31 Eric Kavanagh / John Kavanagh
Bentley 4½
0:11:20 0:15:46 31 6 /4
88 Christian Brash / Matthew Brash
Aston Martin 15/98 Sports
0:12:41 0:15:49 32 8 /3
28 Rory Henderson / Stacie Djordjevic
Bentley 4½
0:12:02 0:15:52 33 7 /4
8 Ewen Getley / Maya Sanbar
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:26 0:15:53 34 8 /4
33 Andrew Boland / Ann Boland
Bentley 4½
0:12:45 0:16:35 35 9 /4
6 Lieven van Hoylandt / Wim De Sutter
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:30 0:16:40 36 10 /4
18 David Costermans / Stefan Costermans
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:28 0:17:06 37 11 /4
93 Scott Greenhalgh / Caroline Greenhalgh
Alvis 4.3 Tourer
0:14:18 0:17:14 38 5 /6
105 Michael Kershaw / David Kirkham
HRG 1500
0:14:14 0:17:27 39 8 /2
95 James Hall-Smith / Ed Talbot
Rolls Royce 25/30
0:13:39 0:17:31 40 6 /6
108 Kate Wickham / Sophie Wickham
MG TC
0:13:40 0:17:32 41 9 /2
64 John Lomas / Martin Greaves
Riley TT Sprite
0:13:31 0:17:36 42 10 /2
102 Keith Weed / Richard Holmes
Pontiac Silver Streak
0:14:52 0:17:44 43= 8 /5
27 Mick Cotter / Terence Bradley
Alfa Romeo 6C
0:13:28 0:17:44 43= 9 /3
2 Andrew Bailey / Philippa Spiller
Stutz K Roadster
0:13:44 0:17:45 45 1 /1
26 Lars Rolner / Annette Rolner
Bentley 4½
0:13:59 0:18:06 46 12 /4
16 Graham Moss / James Moss
Bentley 3L
0:14:12 0:18:14 47 13 /4
57 Tim Schofield / Richard Stafford
Lagonda M45
0:14:40 0:18:17 48 7 /6
11 Graham Goodwin / Marina Goodwin
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:14:06 0:18:41 49 9 /5
101 Pierre Van Houtte / Eddy Van Houtte
MG TB Supercharged
0:15:02 0:18:42 50 11 /2
107 Anton Gonnissen / Inge Willemen
Bentley Speed 8
0:14:08 0:18:46 51 8 /6
77 Simon Hinson / Bill Richardson
Alvis Speed 25
0:14:49 0:18:52 52 10 /5
21 Bert Degenaar / Caspar Killick
Bentley 4½ ‘Bluebell’
0:16:17 0:19:16 53 14 /4
35 Nigel Dowding / Mary Antcliff
Riley Brooklands
0:14:25 0:19:23 54 12 /2
22 Simon Brien / David Gomes
Bentley 4½ Blower
0:14:30 0:19:48 55 15 /4
15 Gregor Fisken / Jeremy Brewster
Vauxhall 30/98
0:16:51 0:20:20 56 16 /4
109 Keith Ashworth / Norah Ashworth
HRG 1500
0:16:31 0:20:36 57 13 /2
40 Gerry Acher / Bruce Young
Aston Martin International
0:16:10 0:20:39 58 14 /2
58 Peter Bradfield / Georgie Bradfield
Invicta S Type
0:17:15 0:21:16 59 9 /6
47 Chris Wilks / Dave Creech
Singer Le Mans
0:16:02 0:21:24 60 15 /2
65 Anders Thorell / Ulf Forsberg
Morgan 4/4 Roadster
0:17:19 0:21:26 61 16 /2
42 Keith Piper / Jason Piper
Aston Martin International
0:18:30 0:21:45 62 17 /2
74 Bob Compiet / Minouche den Doelder
Lagonda LG45
0:17:35 0:21:54 63 10 /6
69 Sean Bramhall / Mark Venezia
Triumph Gloria Special
0:18:16 0:22:11 64 10 /3
41 Charles Bishop / Nellie Bishop
Bentley 3L
0:18:19 0:22:46 65 17 /4
7 Keith Wickham / Brian Spearman
Rolls Royce Boat Tail Roadster
0:18:25 0:22:56 66 18 /4
50 Marc Buhofer / Peter Lustenberger
Lagonda M45
0:17:25 0:23:08 67 11 /6
68 Russell Jordan / Gary Gibson
Alvis Silver Eagle
0:18:51 0:23:23 68 11 /3
1 David Ayre / David Duncan
Itala 40
0:17:54 0:23:40 69 2 /1
20 Anthony Galliers-Pratt / Fiona Galliers-Pratt
Bentley 3-4½
0:20:15 0:24:46 70 19 /4
25 Simon Arscott / Rob Burt
Bentley 4½
0:20:10 0:24:52 71 20 /4
48 Dermot Boland / Jim Boland
Talbot AV105
0:19:46 0:25:03 72 11 /5
70 Trevor Finn / Lorna Hackett
Alvis Tourer
0:19:57 0:25:12 73 12 /5
43 Jose Romao de Sousa / Maria Romao de Sousa
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:17:14 0:25:17 74 13 /5
9 Robert Glover / Piers Loxton-Edwards
Vauxhall 30/98
0:21:58 0:25:48 75 21 /4
39 Franc Hofermann-Kiefer / Eli Hofermann-Kiefer
Invicta S Type
0:17:21 0:25:50 76 12 /6
104 Chris Townsend / Rebecca Townsend
Bentley MkVI Special
0:19:27 0:26:02 77 13 /6
17 Jaime Pueche / Diego Juzgado
Vauxhall 30/98
0:21:53 0:26:47 78 22 /4
80 Jorge Diamantopoulos / Bernie Scholten
Delahaye 135M
0:21:34 0:28:10 79 14 /5
29 Mark Midgley / Jim Cochrane
Bentley 4½
0:23:25 0:28:12 80 23 /4
89 Mitch Gross / Wendy Gross
BMW 328
0:30:11 0:34:41 81 12 /3
90 Andrew Laing / Sandy Mitchell
Frazer Nash BMW 327/8
0:16:22 0:51:00 82 13 /3
99 Wilfried Bechtolsheimer / Ursula Bechtolsheimer
Citroen Traction 15/6
0:56:57 1:05:33 83 14 /3
19 Peter Forster / Ferdi Forster
Bentley 3-4½
1:00:55 1:06:03 84 24 /4
106 Tom Cowcher / Nia Cowcher
MG TC
1:16:26 1:19:44 85 18 /2
91 Clint Smith / Brad Smith
MG KN Special
0:11:03 1:27:43 86 19 /2
34 Peter Kappeler / Peter Horsburgh
Aston Martin International LM
1:28:47 1:32:57 87 20 /2
36 Steven Snauwaert / Jan Stofferis
Aston Martin International
1:15:13 1:33:25 88 21 /2
110 Peter Zernial / Udo Fink
MG TC
1:34:15 1:38:59 89 22 /2
96 Peter Blenk / Robin Saddler
Lagonda LG45
0:23:16 1:51:46 90 14 /6
100 David Browning / Philip Browning
Bentley Sports Derby
1:25:21 2:04:28 91 15 /6
84 Chris Ballard / Martin Fletcher
Lagonda LG45
1:52:55 2:10:59 92 16 /6
4 Simon Hutton / Youlia Nazarenko
Vauxhall 30/98
2:19:38 2:32:30 93 25 /4
62 Mike Velasco / Ian Wright
Bentley Derby Tourer
3:08:00 3:12:49 94 15 /5
24 Willie Gilbertson-Hart / Sholto Gilbertson-Hart
Bentley 4½
3:09:35 3:16:13 95 26 /4
71 Albert De Mey / Nicolas Leonard
Chevrolet Coupe
3:20:06 3:23:00 96 16 /5
59 Jef Van Hoylandt / Anton Van Hoylandt
Lagonda M45 Tourer
4:10:00 4:13:04 97 17 /6
45 John Ruston / Michael Birch
Talbot AV105
2:59:24 4:16:34 98 17 /5
23 Andrew Hall / Patrick Blakeney-Edwards
Frazer Nash Saloon Owlet
4:12:00 4:18:25 99 23 /2
81 Andrew Long / Rob Stanton
MGC
1:04:50 Touring

Day 3 – Forest Pines to Gosforth Park

Saturday – Apr 28, 2018

No. Crew
Car
Leg
Total
Overall
Total
o/a
pos’n
Cls pos
/Cls
37 Gareth Burnett / Matthew Vokes
Alta
0:07:17 0:18:00 1 1 /3
14 William Medcalf / Andy Pullan
Bentley Super Sports
0:06:57 0:18:26 2 1 /4
10 Bill Cleyndert / Dan Harrison
Bentley 3-4½
0:07:42 0:18:38 3 2 /4
98 Paul Crosby / Ali Procter
MG TB Supercharged
0:07:26 0:19:00 4 1 /2
79 Shane Houlihan / Richard Pain
Riley 12/4 Special
0:08:20 0:19:57 5 2 /2
76 Peter Lovett / David Richards
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:09:36 0:20:41 6 2 /3
5 Peter Neumark / Guy Woodcock
Bentley 3-4½
0:09:15 0:21:05 7 3 /4
83 James Gately / Tony Brooks
Cadillac Convertible
0:10:06 0:22:42 8 1 /6
85 Stephen Owens / Nick Cooper
Jaguar SS100
0:10:50 0:22:44 9 3 /3
75 David Thomson / Alan Smith
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:10:41 0:23:19 10 1 /5
66 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies
Riley 12/4 Special
0:11:42 0:24:10 11 3 /2
30 Hugh Apthorp / Graeme Brown
Bentley 4½
0:10:51 0:24:31 12 4 /4
97 Gavin Henderson / Diana Henderson
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:11:19 0:24:41 13 4 /3
67 Brad Mottier / Bill Hoff
Riley Bigley Special
0:10:48 0:24:57 14 4 /2
73 Willem Vermeulen / Ellen Vermeulen
Alvis Speed 25
0:11:26 0:24:59 15 2 /6
94 Alain Janssens / Luc Bresseleers
Bentley Derby Special
0:11:01 0:26:24 16 3 /6
88 Christian Brash / Matthew Brash
Aston Martin 15/98 Sports
0:10:57 0:26:46 17 5 /3
63 Rob Stoneman / Hayley Stoneman
Alvis Firebird Special
0:11:45 0:26:48 18 2 /5
52 Wilfried Schaefer / Sandra Hubner
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:12:59 0:26:58 19 3 /5
54 Thomas Maechler / Andrea Scherz
Aston Martin MkII Competition
0:12:27 0:27:01 20 6 /3
31 Eric Kavanagh / John Kavanagh
Bentley 4½
0:11:19 0:27:05 21 5 /4
12 Jonathan Procter / Joe Twyman
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:16 0:27:09 22 6 /4
92 Bertie Van Houtte / Charlotte Van Houtte
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:14:18 0:27:22 23 7 /3
56 Alan Beardshaw / Peter Fletcher
Aston Martin Ulster
0:12:48 0:27:27 24 5 /2
49 Rudi Friedrichs / Helga Friedrichs
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:13:09 0:27:51 25 4 /5
26 Lars Rolner / Annette Rolner
Bentley 4½
0:09:50 0:27:56 26 7 /4
28 Rory Henderson / Stacie Djordjevic
Bentley 4½
0:12:13 0:28:05 27 8 /4
8 Ewen Getley / Maya Sanbar
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:32 0:28:25 28 9 /4
51 James Tibbitts / Kevin Dodman
Talbot AV105
0:13:28 0:28:37 29 5 /5
103 David Roberts / Jo Roberts
HRG 1500
0:13:42 0:29:05 30 6 /2
108 Kate Wickham / Sophie Wickham
MG TC
0:11:40 0:29:12 31 7 /2
6 Lieven van Hoylandt / Wim De Sutter
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:46 0:29:26 32 10 /4
55 Rob Jeurissen / Jeanne Jeurissen-Scheefhals
Bentley Derby
0:15:51 0:29:43 33 6 /5
18 David Costermans / Stefan Costermans
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:38 0:29:44 34 11 /4
102 Keith Weed / Richard Holmes
Pontiac Silver Streak
0:12:02 0:29:46 35 7 /5
101 Pierre Van Houtte / Eddy Van Houtte
MG TB Supercharged
0:11:23 0:30:05 36 8 /2
46 Theo Hunt / James Galliver
Frazer Nash TT REP
0:15:43 0:30:10 37 9 /2
105 Michael Kershaw / David Kirkham
HRG 1500
0:12:58 0:30:25 38 10 /2
107 Anton Gonnissen / Inge Willemen
Bentley Speed 8
0:12:11 0:30:57 39 4 /6
22 Simon Brien / David Gomes
Bentley 4½ Blower
0:11:11 0:30:59 40 12 /4
33 Andrew Boland / Ann Boland
Bentley 4½
0:14:33 0:31:08 41 13 /4
64 John Lomas / Martin Greaves
Riley TT Sprite
0:13:34 0:31:10 42 11 /2
27 Mick Cotter / Terence Bradley
Alfa Romeo 6C
0:13:31 0:31:15 43 8 /3
95 James Hall-Smith / Ed Talbot
Rolls Royce 25/30
0:14:02 0:31:33 44 5 /6
77 Simon Hinson / Bill Richardson
Alvis Speed 25
0:13:41 0:32:33 45 8 /5
35 Nigel Dowding / Mary Antcliff
Riley Brooklands
0:13:12 0:32:35 46 12 /2
11 Graham Goodwin / Marina Goodwin
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:14:37 0:33:18 47 9 /5
21 Bert Degenaar / Caspar Killick
Bentley 4½ ‘Bluebell’
0:14:07 0:33:23 48 14 /4
16 Graham Moss / James Moss
Bentley 3L
0:15:16 0:33:30 49 15 /4
93 Scott Greenhalgh / Caroline Greenhalgh
Alvis 4.3 Tourer
0:16:34 0:33:48 50 6 /6
42 Keith Piper / Jason Piper
Aston Martin International
0:12:18 0:34:03 51 13 /2
65 Anders Thorell / Ulf Forsberg
Morgan 4/4 Roadster
0:16:05 0:37:31 52 14 /2
40 Gerry Acher / Bruce Young
Aston Martin International
0:17:03 0:37:42 53 15 /2
47 Chris Wilks / Dave Creech
Singer Le Mans
0:16:22 0:37:46 54 16 /2
68 Russell Jordan / Gary Gibson
Alvis Silver Eagle
0:15:06 0:38:34 55 9 /3
69 Sean Bramhall / Mark Venezia
Triumph Gloria Special
0:18:11 0:40:22 56 10 /3
39 Franc Hofermann-Kiefer / Eli Hofermann-Kiefer
Invicta S Type
0:15:08 0:40:58 57 7 /6
50 Marc Buhofer / Peter Lustenberger
Lagonda M45
0:18:12 0:41:20 58 8 /6
41 Charles Bishop / Nellie Bishop
Bentley 3L
0:19:07 0:41:53 59 16 /4
7 Keith Wickham / Brian Spearman
Rolls Royce Boat Tail Roadster
0:19:09 0:42:05 60 17 /4
1 David Ayre / David Duncan
Itala 40
0:19:02 0:42:42 61 1 /1
109 Keith Ashworth / Norah Ashworth
HRG 1500
0:22:16 0:42:52 62 17 /2
104 Chris Townsend / Rebecca Townsend
Bentley MkVI Special
0:17:38 0:43:40 63 9 /6
58 Peter Bradfield / Georgie Bradfield
Invicta S Type
0:22:26 0:43:42 64 10 /6
17 Jaime Pueche / Diego Juzgado
Vauxhall 30/98
0:17:03 0:43:50 65 18 /4
43 Jose Romao de Sousa / Maria Romao de Sousa
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:19:11 0:44:28 66 10 /5
9 Robert Glover / Piers Loxton-Edwards
Vauxhall 30/98
0:18:58 0:44:46 67 19 /4
70 Trevor Finn / Lorna Hackett
Alvis Tourer
0:20:34 0:45:46 68 11 /5
29 Mark Midgley / Jim Cochrane
Bentley 4½
0:18:06 0:46:18 69 20 /4
48 Dermot Boland / Jim Boland
Talbot AV105
0:22:17 0:47:20 70 12 /5
89 Mitch Gross / Wendy Gross
BMW 328
0:14:27 0:49:08 71 11 /3
80 Jorge Diamantopoulos / Bernie Scholten
Delahaye 135M
0:21:08 0:49:18 72 13 /5
20 Anthony Galliers-Pratt / Fiona Galliers-Pratt
Bentley 3-4½
0:26:03 0:50:49 73 21 /4
90 Andrew Laing / Sandy Mitchell
Frazer Nash BMW 327/8
0:14:58 1:05:58 74 12 /3
99 Wilfried Bechtolsheimer / Ursula Bechtolsheimer
Citroen Traction 15/6
0:20:10 1:25:43 75 13 /3
19 Peter Forster / Ferdi Forster
Bentley 3-4½
0:25:05 1:31:08 76 22 /4
106 Tom Cowcher / Nia Cowcher
MG TC
0:16:50 1:36:34 77 18 /2
91 Clint Smith / Brad Smith
MG KN Special
0:14:07 1:41:50 78 19 /2
78 Martin Hunt / Robert Mannix
Frazer Nash BMW 328
1:40:09 1:52:38 79 14 /3
2 Andrew Bailey / Philippa Spiller
Stutz K Roadster
1:41:52 1:59:37 80 2 /1
36 Steven Snauwaert / Jan Stofferis
Aston Martin International
0:32:29 2:05:54 81 20 /2
96 Peter Blenk / Robin Saddler
Lagonda LG45
0:22:16 2:14:02 82 11 /6
71 Albert De Mey / Nicolas Leonard
Chevrolet Coupe
0:13:01 3:36:01 83 14 /5
15 Gregor Fisken / Jeremy Brewster
Vauxhall 30/98
3:54:32 4:14:52 84 23 /4
57 Tim Schofield / Richard Stafford
Lagonda M45
4:33:42 4:51:59 85 12 /6
25 Simon Arscott / Rob Burt
Bentley 4½
5:32:47 5:57:39 86 24 /4
72 Dirk Van Praag / Nick Van Praag
Delahaye 135M
5:55:46 6:08:36 87 15 /5
74 Bob Compiet / Minouche den Doelder
Lagonda LG45
6:35:23 6:57:17 88 13 /6
100 David Browning / Philip Browning
Bentley Sports Derby
5:29:01 7:33:29 89 14 /6
84 Chris Ballard / Martin Fletcher
Lagonda LG45
6:59:51 9:10:50 90 15 /6
4 Simon Hutton / Youlia Nazarenko
Vauxhall 30/98
6:46:00 9:18:30 91 25 /4
24 Willie Gilbertson-Hart / Sholto Gilbertson-Hart
Bentley 4½
6:56:40 10:12:53 92 26 /4
23 Andrew Hall / Patrick Blakeney-Edwards
Frazer Nash Saloon Owlet
8:58:00 13:16:25 93 21 /2
110 Peter Zernial / Udo Fink
MG TC
7:58:00 Retired
62 Mike Velasco / Ian Wright
Bentley Derby Tourer
7:58:00 Retired
59 Jef Van Hoylandt / Anton Van Hoylandt
Lagonda M45 Tourer
8:54:00 Retired
45 John Ruston / Michael Birch
Talbot AV105
8:58:00 Retired
34 Peter Kappeler / Peter Horsburgh
Aston Martin International LM
8:58:00 Retired Dynamo
86 John Abel / Mark Appleton
Lagonda LG45
6:31:50 Retired G.box
81 Andrew Long / Rob Stanton
MGC
6:52:49 Touring

Day 4 – Gosforth Park to Edinburgh – Final Overall Classification
Sunday – Apr 29, 2018

No. Crew
Car
Leg
Total
Overall
Total
o/a
pos’n
Cls pos
/Cls
37 Gareth Burnett / Matthew Vokes
Alta
0:06:12 0:24:12 1 1 /3
14 William Medcalf / Andy Pullan
Bentley Super Sports
0:06:19 0:24:45 2 1 /4
10 Bill Cleyndert / Dan Harrison
Bentley 3-4½
0:06:42 0:25:20 3 2 /4
98 Paul Crosby / Ali Procter
MG TB Supercharged
0:06:40 0:25:40 4 1 /2
79 Shane Houlihan / Richard Pain
Riley 12/4 Special
0:06:20 0:26:17 5 2 /2
76 Peter Lovett / David Richards
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:06:23 0:27:04 6 2 /3
5 Peter Neumark / Guy Woodcock
Bentley 3-4½
0:07:12 0:28:17 7 3 /4
75 David Thomson / Alan Smith
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:06:54 0:29:53 8 1 /5
83 James Gately / Tony Brooks
Cadillac Convertible
0:07:33 0:30:15 9 1 /6
85 Stephen Owens / Nick Cooper
Jaguar SS100
0:08:17 0:31:01 10 3 /3
66 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies
Riley 12/4 Special
0:07:11 0:31:21 11 3 /2
73 Willem Vermeulen / Ellen Vermeulen
Alvis Speed 25
0:07:47 0:32:46 12 2 /6
30 Hugh Apthorp / Graeme Brown
Bentley 4½
0:08:29 0:33:00 13 4 /4
97 Gavin Henderson / Diana Henderson
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:09:08 0:33:49 14 4 /3
94 Alain Janssens / Luc Bresseleers
Bentley Derby Special
0:07:33 0:33:57 15 3 /6
63 Rob Stoneman / Hayley Stoneman
Alvis Firebird Special
0:08:07 0:34:55 16 2 /5
88 Christian Brash / Matthew Brash
Aston Martin 15/98 Sports
0:08:42 0:35:28 17 5 /3
12 Jonathan Procter / Joe Twyman
Bentley 3-4½
0:08:23 0:35:32 18 5 /4
54 Thomas Maechler / Andrea Scherz
Aston Martin MkII Competition
0:08:37 0:35:38 19 6 /3
92 Bertie Van Houtte / Charlotte Van Houtte
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:08:32 0:35:54 20 7 /3
28 Rory Henderson / Stacie Djordjevic
Bentley 4½
0:08:03 0:36:08 21 6 /4
56 Alan Beardshaw / Peter Fletcher
Aston Martin Ulster
0:09:14 0:36:41 22 4 /2
49 Rudi Friedrichs / Helga Friedrichs
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:08:52 0:36:43 23 3 /5
52 Wilfried Schaefer / Sandra Hubner
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:10:12 0:37:10 24 4 /5
31 Eric Kavanagh / John Kavanagh
Bentley 4½
0:10:18 0:37:23 25 7 /4
51 James Tibbitts / Kevin Dodman
Talbot AV105
0:09:14 0:37:51 26 5 /5
26 Lars Rolner / Annette Rolner
Bentley 4½
0:10:09 0:38:05 27 8 /4
108 Kate Wickham / Sophie Wickham
MG TC
0:08:57 0:38:09 28 5 /2
103 David Roberts / Jo Roberts
HRG 1500
0:09:16 0:38:21 29 6 /2
105 Michael Kershaw / David Kirkham
HRG 1500
0:08:38 0:39:03 30 7 /2
46 Theo Hunt / James Galliver
Frazer Nash TT REP
0:08:58 0:39:08 31 8 /2
55 Rob Jeurissen / Jeanne Jeurissen-Scheefhals
Bentley Derby
0:09:45 0:39:28 32 6 /5
6 Lieven van Hoylandt / Wim De Sutter
Bentley 3-4½
0:10:39 0:40:05 33 9 /4
101 Pierre Van Houtte / Eddy Van Houtte
MG TB Supercharged
0:10:03 0:40:08 34 9 /2
33 Andrew Boland / Ann Boland
Bentley 4½
0:09:04 0:40:12 35 10 /4
22 Simon Brien / David Gomes
Bentley 4½ Blower
0:10:12 0:41:11 36 11 /4
102 Keith Weed / Richard Holmes
Pontiac Silver Streak
0:11:30 0:41:16 37 7 /5
18 David Costermans / Stefan Costermans
Bentley 3-4½
0:11:47 0:41:31 38 12 /4
64 John Lomas / Martin Greaves
Riley TT Sprite
0:10:34 0:41:44 39 10 /2
107 Anton Gonnissen / Inge Willemen
Bentley Speed 8
0:11:19 0:42:16 40= 4= /6
95 James Hall-Smith / Ed Talbot
Rolls Royce 25/30
0:10:43 0:42:16 40= 4= /6
27 Mick Cotter / Terence Bradley
Alfa Romeo 6C
0:11:11 0:42:26 42 8 /3
8 Ewen Getley / Maya Sanbar
Bentley 3-4½
0:14:10 0:42:35 43 13 /4
11 Graham Goodwin / Marina Goodwin
Talbot 105 Alpine
0:09:59 0:42:51 44 8 /5
77 Simon Hinson / Bill Richardson
Alvis Speed 25
0:10:51 0:43:24 45 9 /5
35 Nigel Dowding / Mary Antcliff
Riley Brooklands
0:10:51 0:43:26 46 11 /2
42 Keith Piper / Jason Piper
Aston Martin International
0:10:12 0:44:15 47 12 /2
93 Scott Greenhalgh / Caroline Greenhalgh
Alvis 4.3 Tourer
0:10:49 0:44:37 48 6 /6
21 Bert Degenaar / Caspar Killick
Bentley 4½ ‘Bluebell’
0:12:25 0:45:48 49 14 /4
16 Graham Moss / James Moss
Bentley 3L
0:14:38 0:48:08 50 15 /4
68 Russell Jordan / Gary Gibson
Alvis Silver Eagle
0:10:03 0:48:37 51 9 /3
65 Anders Thorell / Ulf Forsberg
Morgan 4/4 Roadster
0:11:09 0:48:40 52 13 /2
40 Gerry Acher / Bruce Young
Aston Martin International
0:11:16 0:48:58 53 14 /2
67 Brad Mottier / Bill Hoff
Riley Bigley Special
0:27:00 0:51:57 54 15 /2
69 Sean Bramhall / Mark Venezia
Triumph Gloria Special
0:11:40 0:52:02 55 10 /3
41 Charles Bishop / Nellie Bishop
Bentley 3L
0:12:09 0:54:02 56 16 /4
39 Franc Hofermann-Kiefer / Eli Hofermann-Kiefer
Invicta S Type
0:13:14 0:54:12 57 7 /6
50 Marc Buhofer / Peter Lustenberger
Lagonda M45
0:13:40 0:55:00 58 8 /6
7 Keith Wickham / Brian Spearman
Rolls Royce Boat Tail Roadster
0:13:47 0:55:52 59 17 /4
58 Peter Bradfield / Georgie Bradfield
Invicta S Type
0:12:21 0:56:03 60 9 /6
9 Robert Glover / Piers Loxton-Edwards
Vauxhall 30/98
0:11:27 0:56:13 61 18 /4
1 David Ayre / David Duncan
Itala 40
0:15:29 0:58:11 62 1 /1
104 Chris Townsend / Rebecca Townsend
Bentley MkVI Special
0:15:33 0:59:13 63 10 /6
109 Keith Ashworth / Norah Ashworth
HRG 1500
0:16:30 0:59:22 64 16 /2
43 Jose Romao de Sousa / Maria Romao de Sousa
Alvis Speed 20 SA
0:15:16 0:59:44 65= 10 /5
29 Mark Midgley / Jim Cochrane
Bentley 4½
0:13:26 0:59:44 65= 19 /4
48 Dermot Boland / Jim Boland
Talbot AV105
0:14:48 1:02:08 67 11 /5
20 Anthony Galliers-Pratt / Fiona Galliers-Pratt
Bentley 3-4½
0:11:43 1:02:32 68 20 /4
70 Trevor Finn / Lorna Hackett
Alvis Tourer
0:16:56 1:02:42 69 12 /5
17 Jaime Pueche / Diego Juzgado
Vauxhall 30/98
0:19:42 1:03:32 70 21 /4
89 Mitch Gross / Wendy Gross
BMW 328
0:14:39 1:03:47 71 11 /3
80 Jorge Diamantopoulos / Bernie Scholten
Delahaye 135M
0:14:54 1:04:12 72 13 /5
90 Andrew Laing / Sandy Mitchell
Frazer Nash BMW 327/8
0:09:20 1:15:18 73 12 /3
2 Andrew Bailey / Philippa Spiller
Stutz K Roadster
0:18:47 1:18:24 74 2 /1
99 Wilfried Bechtolsheimer / Ursula Bechtolsheimer
Citroen Traction 15/6
0:15:35 1:41:18 75 13 /3
19 Peter Forster / Ferdi Forster
Bentley 3-4½
0:12:00 1:43:08 76 22 /4
91 Clint Smith / Brad Smith
MG KN Special
0:06:46 1:48:36 77 17 /2
106 Tom Cowcher / Nia Cowcher
MG TC
0:13:19 1:49:53 78 18 /2
78 Martin Hunt / Robert Mannix
Frazer Nash BMW 328
0:06:47 1:59:25 79 14 /3
36 Steven Snauwaert / Jan Stofferis
Aston Martin International
0:11:42 2:17:36 80 19 /2
96 Peter Blenk / Robin Saddler
Lagonda LG45
0:16:43 2:30:45 81 11 /6
71 Albert De Mey / Nicolas Leonard
Chevrolet Coupe
0:10:20 3:46:21 82 14 /5
15 Gregor Fisken / Jeremy Brewster
Vauxhall 30/98
0:09:16 4:24:08 83 23 /4
57 Tim Schofield / Richard Stafford
Lagonda M45
0:08:18 5:00:17 84 12 /6
25 Simon Arscott / Rob Burt
Bentley 4½
0:15:29 6:13:08 85 24 /4
74 Bob Compiet / Minouche den Doelder
Lagonda LG45
0:09:41 7:06:58 86 13 /6
100 David Browning / Philip Browning
Bentley Sports Derby
0:32:31 8:06:00 87 14 /6
84 Chris Ballard / Martin Fletcher
Lagonda LG45
2:21:56 11:32:46 88 15 /6
4 Simon Hutton / Youlia Nazarenko
Vauxhall 30/98
2:16:55 11:35:25 89 25 /4
24 Willie Gilbertson-Hart / Sholto Gilbertson-Hart
Bentley 4½
2:16:00 12:28:53 90 26 /4
47 Chris Wilks / Dave Creech
Singer Le Mans
O.T.L. N.L.C.
72 Dirk Van Praag / Nick Van Praag
Delahaye 135M
0:12:33 Retired
23 Andrew Hall / Patrick Blakeney-Edwards
Frazer Nash Saloon Owlet
O.T.L. Retired
81 Andrew Long / Rob Stanton
MGC
2:10:50 Touring

 

The 10th Flying Scotsman Rally 2018

Being the 10th Anniversary Edition, the 2018 Flying Scotsman is a not-to-be-missed event and we are already aware that demand for places is likely to be exceptional. Call Annette, Eleonora  or any of the Rally Office team or email us without delay. We’ll be happy to answer your questions and offer any guidance you feel you might need.

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