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The 2nd Flying Scotsman 2010

Friday 12 March – Sunday 14 March 2010

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A truly fabulous route down remote roads through some of the most spectacularly scenic countryside in Britain – that’s the backdrop to The Flying Scotsman.

This unique event is a competitive full-on three-day charge from Brooklands, home of the world’s oldest motor-racing circuit, to Edinburgh.

The Flying Scotsman is exclusively reserved for Vintage and Pre-War cars, with a Category for owners of Veterans, who take on the same long days and the same timing. A number of off-road venues, for timed to the second Time Trials, with visits to stately homes for lunch-stops, adds to the challenge of what is a highly competitive, but highly social, three days of rallying.

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The Route

 

No event starting from Brooklands, the home of British motor racing since 1907, would be complete without a ‘whizz’ up Test Hill. Built to test both the climbing and braking capabilities of the cars of that era. From the top there is the opportunity to drive along the last remaining section of the original banked circuit. This leads directly to the new Mercedes-Benz World test track where he first timed Test will take place.

Avoiding the notorious M25 the route heads through Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire to reach Oxfordshire and to cross the River Thames at Henley, the venue for the famous Regatta. Running along the top of the Chiltern Hills the lunch stop is at the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre, one of the largest private railway collections.

The quiet back roads of Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, and even the little known County of Rutland, will see the first of the Time Trial sections as the route passes Castle Ashby and into Lincolnshire to the luxurious Belton Woods Hotel, near Grantham, for the first overnight halt.

The long straight roads of Lincolnshire enable rapid progress to be made towards the crossing of the Humber Estuary, over the longest single span suspension bridge in the World. In complete contrast are the winding roads through the rolling Yorkshire Wolds where there will be more Time Trial sections.

 

Up and over the North York Moors the route provides spectacular views and passes numerous ruined Castles and Abbeys nestling in deep valleys with fast flowing rivers and waterfalls. We stop for Lunch at Eden Camp in Malton which is an award winning Modern History Theme Museum. Sample the delights of Dambuster Stew and Dumplings or Churchill’s Pie, sufficient time has been built into the Lunch Schedule to visit the various WW11 exhibits. Coming down off the Moors there is a short run to the second overnight halt at the stunning Redworth Hall Hotel, near Darlington. Extra accommodation is also available at the nearby and equally interesting Walworth Castle Hotel.

The start of the third day will be from the National Railway Museum at Shildon followed by two short tests before heading west towards the North Pennines. The route, using all the best driving roads, then heads north into Teesdale and up and over the dramatic moorland landscapes to reach spectacular Langley Castle, near Hexham, for an early lunch halt.

There is still a long way to go to reach the finish in Edinburgh, however, the roads are fast flowing and traffic free as they wind their way through the forests of Kershope, Eskdalemuir and Craik. The views from the road past St Mary’s Loch are unforgettable, worth driving all this way to see. As the route leaves the Scottish Borders there are just the Pentland Hills to cross before arriving for a well deserved welcome at the Dalmahoy Country Club Hotel, on the outskirts of Edinburgh.

The event is not a Tour, however, for those with the slowest cars or who require a little more time alternative routes may be made available.

The Cars

The motor-car must be a model-type in production before January 1941. A few exceptions may meet the approval of The Selection Committee but only if the engine, chassis and general design criteria is proven to be of the era.

There will be separate Categories for cars in production prior to 1921 and 1941 and within these there will be Classes based on engine sizes of up to 1100cc, up to 1500cc, up to 2000cc, up to 3000cc, and over 3000cc

The Crews

The entry-list is invitation only. Crews should note that this is a “press-on-regardless” style of motoring made up of three long days of essentially daylight driving, down remote country roads, with frequent timed sections, tests on private land and checkpoints, all manned by experienced local motor-club marshals. The Flying Scotsman is the only long distance purely for Vintageants and is aimed primarily at those with some experience who enjoy an element of competition.

The principal awards will be the Category and Class cups plus a range of other awards for Best Performances, such as the Best Marque Team. Every crew member reaching Edinburgh within the time schedule will receive a Finishers Award. To enhance the atmosphere of the whole event all crew members are requested to dress in period attire.

Participants

Chris Abrey and Sara Banham have entered a MG WA Tickford that left MG at Abingdon in 1939. It was found in a scrap yard in 1972 by aircraft engineer Peter Beresford who restored it. The car has done numerous rallies, including a Kiwi Tour of NZ and two 4,000km European Tours and a Winter Challenge in the Alps. Chris bought car in July 2009, this will be his first rally in it.

Bill Ainscough is an experienced rally driver whose past events include Peking to Paris 1997, London to Mexico, Monte Carlo Challenge 1991, Mille Miglia 2001/3/4, Cape Town to Kenya and Rally Morroc 2005. Bill’s co-driver will be son-in-law Jason Deardon and they will be in a 1937 Speed 25 Alvis.

Gerry Acher – the man who drove an Aston Martin International on the ’97 Peking to Paris against all odds – nobody thought he would get out of Mongolia – and also raised a shed load of money for the benefit of Nepalese school children, is back for a second attempt on the Flying Scotsman, in his ex-Peking Aston Martin International. Bruce Young will be navigating.

Kurt Engelhorn and his son-in-law Raul Contreras will be using a 1924 3Ltr Bentley. The same car was used for demonstration runs and press photos for the 1924 Motor Show. Kurt & Raul have previously competed in Tour Britannia, the Mille Miglia and Carrera Pan America. They are also entered on Peking to Paris 2010.

Dr Richard Lisman and Clive Doyle – both from America – are coming in 1937 BMW 328 Roadster. Richard has plenty of previous rally experience including The Winter Trial, Mille Miglia and many others.

Friends Mattia Nocera and Andrea Mandel-Mantello have entered in a 1930 3 litre Chevrolet Tourer bodied by Holden in Australia. Mattia has also entered the same car for Peking to Paris in 2010.

New to the Flying Scotsman for 2010 comes Belgian brothers Filip and David Bourgoo. They are bringing their 1949 Bentley B-Special (pictured right) that was formerly owned by the son of, Le Mans winning Bentley Boy, John Duff.

Nick Jarvis returns for the 2nd edition of the Flying Scotsman with a 1938 Jaguar SS100, Nick was 10th on the 2009 event. Tony and Pauline Mather are returning with their 1930 Type A Invicta.

David Cook and John Topham are coming with a Talbot 105 that was one of three Fox & Nicholl Team Cars that won the Coupe des Alps in 1932. Previous Peking to Paris and Flying Scotsman entrant Franco Lupi is bringing a 1929 Bentley Tourer with Catriona Rings handling the navigation.

Peter Livanos is planning to bring a ’34 Alfa Romeo supercharged straight eight 2300…. this rare car famed for its punchy acceleration can out-drag a Bentley off the line.

Two entries have arrived from husband-and-wife rivals, Paul Wignall and Jayne Wignall. Jayne will drive a ’32 Sunbeam 20hp Sports two-seater; with Kevin Savage on the clocks, and Paul will drive a ’33 Talbot 105 Alpine with Nigel Raeburn.

The first entry came from John Abel and Steve Bradley, in a 1937 Lagonda LG45. John has competed on several longer-distance events. A second Lagonda quickly followed, from Richard Cunningham and James Chancellor. A 1938 4.3 Alvis from Caroline Greenhalgh, and Scott Greenhalgh, the car is being given a final shake-down before Peking Paris. Caroline entered the Nile Trial as her first event, and finished second overall in the pre-war class, and is confident she can give the Lagonda boys a whipping.

A 1937 Talbot 105 Alpine has been entered by David Thomson and Garet Holding – they finished second in class on the first Flying Scotsman. Interest from further afield continues: From Luxembourg, Marc Rollinger is bringing a 1927 Bentley VDP, with Viviane Biel navigating, and from Holland Dirk Lindenbergh and Guido Cantele are also bringing a Bentley. George Howitt and Monique Rombouts from Belgium have entered a 1926 Phantom.

Confirmed Entry List

Num Crew Car cc.
Pioneer (pre 1925 type cars)
1 Nigel Williams(GB) / William I’Anson(GB) 1922 – Bugatti Brescia 13 1500
2 Rene Metzelaar(NL) / Theodorus Min(NL) 1924 – Sunbeam 14/40 2200
4 Nigel Gray(GB) / Christine Gray(GB) 1925 – Vauxhall 30/98 4200
5 Antonius Poelsma(NL) / Rudolf Metzelaar(NL) 1915 – Franklin 8M6-30 4495
6 Charles Bishop(GB) / Nellie Bishop(GB) 1925 – Vauxhall 30/98 4250
7 Robert Abrey(GB) / Julian Riley(GB) 1913 – Chalmers 10 7500
Vintageant (pre ’41) up to 1500cc
10 Gerry Acher(GB) / Bruce Young(GB) 1932 – Aston Martin New 1471
11 Alan Beardshaw(GB) / Margaret Beardshaw(GB) 1934 – Aston Martin Ulster 1495
12 Andrew Davies(GB) / Jonathan Davies(GB) 1936 – Riley 12/4 1495
14 Phillip Haslam(GB) / Yvonne Haslam(GB) 1933 – Aston Martin Le Mans 1496
15 Bill Ainscough(GB) / Jason Dearden(GB) 1927 – Fraser Nash Sports 1498
Vintageant (pre ’41) up to 2000cc
3 Geoff Cook(GB) / Linda Cook(GB) 1936 – AC Ace 1991
16 Ian Fyfe(GB) / Niall Fyfe(GB) 1932 – Alvis 12/50 TJ DHC 1600
18 Bob Meijer(NL) / Daniel Geoghegan(GB) 1933 – Riley MPH 1750
30 Richard Lisman(USA) / Clive Doyle(USA) 1937 – BMW 328 Roadster 1920
Vintageant (pre ’41) up to 3000cc
17 Peter Livanos(CH) / Alex Drouliskos(GR) 1934 – Alfa Romeo AC Zagato 2300
19 Christopher Abrey(GB) / Sara Banham(GB) 1939 – MG WA Coupe 2546
20 Paul Wignall(GB) / Nigel Raeburn(GB) 1933 – Talbot 105 Alpine 2969
21 Trina Harley(GB) / Sue Shoosmith(GB) 1922 – Bentley 3L Speed Model 2996
22 David Cook(GB) / John Topham(GB) 1932 – Talbot 105 2996
47 Olaf Pothoven(NL) / Rob van den Berg(NL) 1939 – Citroen 15/6 2867
Vintageant (pre ’41) over 3000cc
23 Peter Little(GB) / Louise Cartledge(GB) 1931 – Bentley 4.5 4398
24 Mattia Nocera(I) / Andrea Mandel-Mantello(HU) 1930 – Chevrolet Int. Tourer 3179
25 Jayne Wignall(GB) / Kevin Savage(GB) 1932 – Sunbeam 20hp Sports 3317
26 David Thomson(GB) / Gareth Holding(GB) 1937 – Talbot 105 Alpine 3377
27 Michael O’Shea(GB) / John Bennett(GB) 1938 – Jaguar 3.5 Litre Saloon 3500
28 Tim Wilkinson(GB) / Julie Wilkinson(GB) 1929 – Buick 25X 3920
29 Charles Graves(GB) / Kit Graves(DK) 1937 – Bentley 4¼ Special 4250
31 Caroline Greenhalgh(GB) / Scott Greenhalgh(GB) 1938 – Alvis 4.3 4300
32 Rene Mueller(CH) / Michael Baer(CH) 1933 – Lagonda M45 4453
33 Richard Cunningham(GB) / James Chancellor(GB) 1934 – Lagonda M45 4453
34 Marco Rollinger(LU) / Joel Rollinger(LU) 1927 – Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 4500
35 Franco Lupi(CH) / Martin Buri(CH) 1929 – Bentley 6½ Tourer 6500
36 Martin Hunt(GB) / Robert Mannix(GB) 1927 – Bentley Le Mans 4500
37 Gerd Kaut(D) / Giselher Stauzebach(D) 1929 – Bentley 4½ Le Mans 4500
38 Elizabeth Bishop(GB) / Emma Bishop(GB) 1930 – Bentley Tourer 4500
39 George Howitt(GB) / Monique Rombouts(B) 1926 – Rolls Royce Phantom I 7668
40 Alexander Schaufler(A) / Michael Gross(A) 1928 – Rolls Royce Sports Phantom 7796
41 John Abel(GB) / Steve Bradley(GB) 1937 – Lagonda LG45 4500
42 Nick Jarvis(GB) / Chris Winter(GB) 1938 – Jaguar SS 100 3500
43 Lothar Rohr(D) / Thomas Pfeiffer(D) 1935 – Lagonda LG45 4553
44 Andreas Pohl(D) / Rainer Wolf(D) 1928 – Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 4600
45 Filip Bourgoo(B) / David Bourgoo(B) 1949 – Bentley Special 5675
46 Detlef Heyer(D) / David Lawson(GB) 1928 – Mercedes 630K 6240
48 Dirk Lindenbergh(NL) / Guido Cantele(I) 1928 – Bentley 4.5 5300
49 Hermann Layher(D) / Claus Kobia(D) 1929 – Mercedes SSK 7065
50 Anthony Mather(GB) / Pauline Mather(GB) 1930 – Invicta Type A 4500
51 Paul Carter(GB) / John Bayliss(GB) 1936 – Bentley Derby 4¼ 4250

 

The Flying Scotsman 2010 – Results

The detailed results book can be downloaded here

Leg 1 – Brooklands to Grantham

Num Crew Car Total O/A Posn Posn. /Cls
Pioneer (pre 1925 type cars)
4 Nigel Gray / Christine Gray Vauxhall 30/98 0:04:09 1 1 /c1
7 Robert Abrey / Julian Riley Chalmers 10 0:04:12 2 2 /c1
6 Charles Bishop / Nellie Bishop Vauxhall 30/98 0:06:08 3 3 /c1
2 Rene Metzelaar / Theodorus Min Sunbeam 14/40 1:23:49 4 4 /c1
5 Antonius Poelsma / Rudolf Metzelaar Franklin 8M6-30 1:48:35 5 5 /c1
1 Nigel Williams / William I’Anson Bugatti Brescia 13 3:18:02 6 6 /c1
Vintageant (pre 1941 type cars)
51 Paul Carter / John Bayliss Bentley Derby 4¼ 0:03:10 1 1 /c5
41 John Abel / Steve Bradley Lagonda LG45 0:03:16 2 2 /c5
26 David Thomson / Gareth Holding Talbot 105 Alpine 0:03:17 3 3 /c5
25 Jayne Wignall / Kevin Savage Sunbeam 20hp Sports 0:03:28 4 4 /c5
45 Filip Bourgoo / David Bourgoo Bentley Special 0:03:33 5 5 /c5
14 Phillip Haslam / Yvonne Haslam Aston Martin Le Mans 0:03:34 6 1 /c2
17 Peter Livanos / Alex Drouliskos Alfa Romeo AC Zagato 0:03:39 7 1 /c4
12 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies Riley 12/4 0:03:41 8 2 /c2
23 Peter Little / Louise Cartledge Bentley 4.5 0:03:46 9 6 /c5
15 Bill Ainscough / Jason Dearden Fraser Nash Sports 0:03:56 10 3 /c2
29 Charles Graves / Kit Graves Bentley 4¼ Special 0:03:58 11 7 /c5
21 Trina Harley / Sue Shoosmith Bentley 3L Speed Model 0:04:06 12 2 /c4
11 Alan Beardshaw / Margaret Beardshaw Aston Martin Ulster 0:04:11 13= 4 /c2
50 Anthony Mather / Pauline Mather Invicta Type A 0:04:11 13= 8 /c5
27 Michael O’Shea / John Bennett Jaguar 3.5 Litre Saloon 0:04:15 15 9 /c5
32 Rene Mueller / Michael Baer Lagonda M45 0:04:44 16 10 /c5
35 Franco Lupi / Martin Buri Bentley 6½ Tourer 0:04:49 17 11 /c5
22 David Cook / John Topham Talbot 105 0:05:07 18 3 /c4
36 Martin Hunt / Robert Mannix Bentley Le Mans 0:05:28 19= 12= /c5
39 George Howitt / Monique Rombouts Rolls Royce Phantom I 0:05:28 19= 12= /c5
42 Nick Jarvis / Chris Winter Jaguar SS 100 0:05:45 21 14 /c5
40 Alexander Schaufler / Michael Gross Rolls Royce Sports Phantom 0:05:51 22 15 /c5
47 Olaf Pothoven / Rob van den Berg Citroen 15/6 0:07:01 23 4 /c4
46 Detlef Heyer / David Lawson Mercedes 630K 0:07:12 24 16 /c5
31 Caroline Greenhalgh / Scott Greenhalgh Alvis 4.3 0:08:36 25 17 /c5
33 Richard Cunningham / James Chancellor Lagonda M45 0:09:45 26 18 /c5
19 Christopher Abrey / Sara Banham MG WA Coupe 0:10:52 27 5 /c4
28 Tim Wilkinson / Julie Wilkinson Buick 25X 0:11:19 28 19 /c5
10 Gerry Acher / Bruce Young Aston Martin New 0:12:06 29 5 /c2
16 Ian Fyfe / Niall Fyfe Alvis 12/50 TJ DHC 0:12:38 30 1 /c3
38 Elizabeth Bishop / Emma Bishop Bentley Tourer 0:21:20 31 20 /c5
18 Bob Meijer / Daniel Geoghegan Riley MPH 0:28:22 32 2 /c3
49 Hermann Layher / Claus Kobia Mercedes SSK 1:31:54 33 21 /c5
24 Mattia Nocera / Andrea Mandel-Mantello Chevrolet Int. Tourer 1:32:14 34 22 /c5
37 Gerd Kaut / Giselher Stauzebach Bentley 4½ Le Mans 1:39:16 35 23 /c5
44 Andreas Pohl / Rainer Wolf Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 1:40:02 36 24 /c5
48 Dirk Lindenbergh / Guido Cantele Bentley 4.5 1:53:55 37 25 /c5
3 Geoff Cook / Linda Cook AC Ace 1:55:01 38 3 /c3
43 Lothar Rohr / Thomas Pfeiffer Lagonda LG45 2:41:53 39 26 /c5
34 Marco Rollinger / Joel Rollinger Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 2:42:51 40 27 /c5
20 Paul Wignall / Nigel Raeburn Sunbeam Super Sport 3:45:40 41 6 /c4
30 Richard Lisman / Clive Doyle BMW 328 Roadster Retired ~

Leg 2 – Grantham to Darlington

Num Crew Car Total O/A Posn Posn. /Cls
Pioneer (pre 1925 type cars)
7 Robert Abrey / Julian Riley Chalmers 10 0:06:29 1 1 /c1
4 Nigel Gray / Christine Gray Vauxhall 30/98 0:09:52 2 2 /c1
6 Charles Bishop / Nellie Bishop Vauxhall 30/98 0:15:59 3 3 /c1
2 Rene Metzelaar / Theodorus Min Sunbeam 14/40 4:55:47 4 4 /c1
5 Antonius Poelsma / Rudolf Metzelaar Franklin 8M6-30 6:32:45 5 5 /c1
1 Nigel Williams / William I’Anson Bugatti Brescia 13 8:27:24 6 6 /c1
Vintageant (pre 1941 type cars)
51 Paul Carter / John Bayliss Bentley Derby 4¼ 0:04:24 1 1 /c5
25 Jayne Wignall / Kevin Savage Sunbeam 20hp Sports 0:05:02 2 2 /c5
12 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies Riley 12/4 0:05:14 3 1 /c2
26 David Thomson / Gareth Holding Talbot 105 Alpine 0:05:24 4 3 /c5
14 Phillip Haslam / Yvonne Haslam Aston Martin Le Mans 0:06:41 5 2 /c2
41 John Abel / Steve Bradley Lagonda LG45 0:07:20 6 4 /c5
42 Nick Jarvis / Chris Winter Jaguar SS 100 0:07:28 7 5 /c5
27 Michael O’Shea / John Bennett Jaguar 3.5 Litre Saloon 0:09:02 8 6 /c5
22 David Cook / John Topham Talbot 105 0:09:07 9 1 /c4
47 Olaf Pothoven / Rob van den Berg Citroen 15/6 0:09:41 10 2 /c4
35 Franco Lupi / Martin Buri Bentley 6½ Tourer 0:10:34 11 7 /c5
23 Peter Little / Louise Cartledge Bentley 4.5 0:10:42 12 8 /c5
39 George Howitt / Monique Rombouts Rolls Royce Phantom I 0:12:18 13 9 /c5
50 Anthony Mather / Pauline Mather Invicta Type A 0:12:49 14 10 /c5
10 Gerry Acher / Bruce Young Aston Martin New 0:14:35 15 3 /c2
36 Martin Hunt / Robert Mannix Bentley Le Mans 0:15:45 16 11 /c5
45 Filip Bourgoo / David Bourgoo Bentley Special 0:18:21 17 12 /c5
17 Peter Livanos / Alex Drouliskos Alfa Romeo AC Zagato 0:18:53 18 3 /c4
40 Alexander Schaufler / Michael Gross Rolls Royce Sports Phantom 0:20:00 19 13 /c5
46 Detlef Heyer / David Lawson Mercedes 630K 0:21:11 20 14 /c5
21 Trina Harley / Sue Shoosmith Bentley 3L Speed Model 0:23:06 21 4 /c4
38 Elizabeth Bishop / Emma Bishop Bentley Tourer 0:30:10 22 15 /c5
28 Tim Wilkinson / Julie Wilkinson Buick 25X 0:30:25 23 16 /c5
18 Bob Meijer / Daniel Geoghegan Riley MPH 0:40:33 24 1 /c3
31 Caroline Greenhalgh / Scott Greenhalgh Alvis 4.3 1:23:30 25 17 /c5
24 Mattia Nocera / Andrea Mandel-Mantello Chevrolet Int. Tourer 1:49:56 26 18 /c5
49 Hermann Layher / Claus Kobia Mercedes SSK 1:57:52 27 19 /c5
3 Geoff Cook / Linda Cook AC Ace 2:33:28 28 2 /c3
16 Ian Fyfe / Niall Fyfe Alvis 12/50 TJ DHC 2:42:26 29 3 /c3
37 Gerd Kaut / Giselher Stauzebach Bentley 4½ Le Mans 3:28:38 30 20 /c5
43 Lothar Rohr / Thomas Pfeiffer Lagonda LG45 3:32:38 31 21 /c5
44 Andreas Pohl / Rainer Wolf Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 4:03:16 32 22 /c5
20 Paul Wignall / Nigel Raeburn Sunbeam Super Sport 5:22:46 33 5 /c4
19 Christopher Abrey / Sara Banham MG WA Coupe 5:25:32 34 6 /c4
34 Marco Rollinger / Joel Rollinger Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 7:30:32 35 23 /c5
32 Rene Mueller / Michael Baer Lagonda M45 10:07:44 36 24 /c5
48 Dirk Lindenbergh / Guido Cantele Bentley 4.5 14:18:35 37 25 /c5
11 Alan Beardshaw / Margaret Beardshaw Aston Martin Ulster Retired ~
15 Bill Ainscough / Jason Dearden Fraser Nash Sports Retired ~
29 Charles Graves / Kit Graves Bentley 4¼ Special Retired ~
33 Richard Cunningham / James Chancellor Lagonda M45 Retired ~
30 Richard Lisman / Clive Doyle BMW 328 Roadster Retired ~

Final Results at Edinburgh Finish

Num Crew Car Total O/A Posn Posn. /Cls
Pioneer (pre 1925 type cars)
4 Nigel Gray / Christine Gray Vauxhall 30/98 0:11:45 1 1 /c1
7 Robert Abrey / Julian Riley Chalmers 10 0:13:46 2 2 /c1
6 Charles Bishop / Nellie Bishop Vauxhall 30/98 0:19:26 3 3 /c1
2 Rene Metzelaar / Theodorus Min Sunbeam 14/40 6:33:53 4 4 /c1
5 Antonius Poelsma / Rudolf Metzelaar Franklin 8M6-30 8:17:16 5 5 /c1
1 Nigel Williams / William I’Anson Bugatti Brescia 13 Retired ~
Vintageant (pre 1941 type cars)
51 Paul Carter / John Bayliss Bentley Derby 4¼ 0:05:47 1 1 /c5
25 Jayne Wignall / Kevin Savage Sunbeam 20hp Sports 0:06:15 2 2 /c5
26 David Thomson / Gareth Holding Talbot 105 Alpine 0:06:38 3 3 /c5
12 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies Riley 12/4 0:06:39 4 1 /c2
22 David Cook / John Topham Talbot 105 0:10:52 5 1 /c4
41 John Abel / Steve Bradley Lagonda LG45 0:11:18 6 4 /c5
47 Olaf Pothoven / Rob van den Berg Citroen 15/6 0:11:23 7 2 /c4
42 Nick Jarvis / Chris Winter Jaguar SS 100 0:11:55 8 5 /c5
14 Phillip Haslam / Yvonne Haslam Aston Martin Le Mans 0:12:24 9 2 /c2
35 Franco Lupi / Martin Buri Bentley 6½ Tourer 0:13:23 10 6 /c5
23 Peter Little / Louise Cartledge Bentley 4.5 0:13:31 11 7 /c5
50 Anthony Mather / Pauline Mather Invicta Type A 0:15:01 12 8 /c5
10 Gerry Acher / Bruce Young Aston Martin New 0:17:31 13 3 /c2
39 George Howitt / Monique Rombouts Rolls Royce Phantom I 0:17:32 14 9 /c5
36 Martin Hunt / Robert Mannix Bentley Le Mans 0:18:56 15 10 /c5
45 Filip Bourgoo / David Bourgoo Bentley Special 0:20:27 16 11 /c5
17 Peter Livanos / Alex Drouliskos Alfa Romeo AC Zagato 0:21:26 17 3 /c4
40 Alexander Schaufler / Michael Gross Rolls Royce Sports Phantom 0:24:52 18 12 /c5
21 Trina Harley / Sue Shoosmith Bentley 3L Speed Model 0:25:32 19 4 /c4
28 Tim Wilkinson / Julie Wilkinson Buick 25X 0:41:21 20 13 /c5
18 Bob Meijer / Daniel Geoghegan Riley MPH 0:47:02 21 1 /c3
46 Detlef Heyer / David Lawson Mercedes 630K 0:52:17 22 14 /c5
38 Elizabeth Bishop / Emma Bishop Bentley Tourer 0:54:25 23 15 /c5
24 Mattia Nocera / Andrea Mandel-Mantello Chevrolet Int. Tourer 1:57:53 24 16 /c5
37 Gerd Kaut / Giselher Stauzebach Bentley 4½ Le Mans 3:42:10 25 17 /c5
44 Andreas Pohl / Rainer Wolf Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 4:06:11 26 18 /c5
3 Geoff Cook / Linda Cook AC Ace 4:58:52 27 2 /c3
20 Paul Wignall / Nigel Raeburn Sunbeam Super Sport 5:25:09 28 5 /c4
19 Christopher Abrey / Sara Banham MG WA Coupe 5:28:16 29 6 /c4
43 Lothar Rohr / Thomas Pfeiffer Lagonda LG45 5:50:27 30 19 /c5
34 Marco Rollinger / Joel Rollinger Bentley 4½ VDP Tourer 7:43:58 31 20 /c5
16 Ian Fyfe / Niall Fyfe Alvis 12/50 TJ DHC Retired ~
27 Michael O’Shea / John Bennett Jaguar 3.5 Litre Saloon Retired ~
31 Caroline Greenhalgh / Scott Greenhalgh Alvis 4.3 Retired ~
32 Rene Mueller / Michael Baer Lagonda M45 Retired ~
48 Dirk Lindenbergh / Guido Cantele Bentley 4.5 Retired ~
49 Hermann Layher / Claus Kobia Mercedes SSK Retired ~
11 Alan Beardshaw / Margaret Beardshaw Aston Martin Ulster Retired ~
15 Bill Ainscough / Jason Dearden Fraser Nash Sports Retired ~
29 Charles Graves / Kit Graves Bentley 4¼ Special Retired ~
33 Richard Cunningham / James Chancellor Lagonda M45 Retired ~
30 Richard Lisman / Clive Doyle BMW 328 Roadster Retired ~