Vintage car test

heading north

Endurance Rally Association, Flying Scotsman Rally
Cadillac 60 Coupe, Flying Scotsman Rally, James Gately

BRITAIN'S biggest endurance test for vintage cars will be staged in April when this year's Flying Scotsman Rally starts at Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire.

Some 110 competitors will be taking part in the Endurance Rally Association's popular event.

The cars and crews will cover almost 700 miles to Perth and Kinross with many off-road tests and challenges en route.

The journey will take them through the Lincolnshire and Yorkshire Wolds, onwards to the north and beyond via Northumberland and passing some of Scotland's finest lochs and glens before arriving at the Gleneagles hotel on April 17.

This year is the eighth of the ERA's rally and features cars and competitors from across the globe including James Gately and Tony Brooks from the USA who will be hoping to take the honours in a Cadillac 60 Coupe.


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