For the 2018 results see http://www.endurorally.com/pages/flying-scotsman-rally-2018-reports
Willie Beattie / John Ratcliffe in the Front Wheel Drive were 18th in class 3 and 67th overall but missed this part of the first day with fuel problems.
The best performances were in Class 7, pre -41 over 4000cc
For more information…http://www.endurorally.com/pages/flying-scotsman-rally-2015-reports
Arthur Fairburn reports:
“The Great Northern” – The 6th Flying Scotsman Endurance Rally
Friday, 4th – Sunday 6th April 2014
This year, the event broke with tradition by moving further north, starting out from the Forest of Arden, very close to Birmingham Airport. DAY ONE saw the cars drive north and west to an overnight hotel near Blackburn so that crews could enjoy driving the remote roads of Lancashire and Yorkshire right from the start.
The event then moved into the Scottish Borders on DAY TWO when participants would see much more of Scotland than had previously been possible. In a Giant Loop the event finished up again at one of Scotland’s finest hotels at Gleneagles, north of Edinburgh.
All six Alvis cars entered completed the course. The ‘field’ consisted of 98 cars, of which only 4 retired.
Pictures taken on the dreich afternoon of DAY TWO outside a coffee stop at the Grapes Hotel, Newcastleton, deep down in the Scottish Borders.
1st in Class 4 (Pre ’41) up to 3,000cc was Entry No. 3 Phil Garrett / Kieron Brown (GB) 1934 Speed 20. Final placing 17th overall.
Entry No. 36 Willem Vermuelen / Edward Kleus (NL) 1937 Speed 25. Final placing 48th overall and 9th in Class 5 (Pre ’41) over 3,000cc, up to 4,000cc.
Entry N0. 24 Andrew Davies / Jonathan Davies (GB) Speed 20. Final placing 50th overall and 7th in Class 4.
Entry No. 112 Nicholas Phillips / Barbara Phillips (GB) 1932 Speed 20. Final placing 55th overall and 8th in Class 4.
Entry No. 27 Michael Joseph / Antony Joseph (GB) 1934 Speed 20. Final placing 61st overall and 9th in Class 4.
Entry No. 41 Francis Galashan / Graeme Dobbie (GB) 1930 Silver Eagle Sports. Final placing 80th overall and 13th in class 4.
The 5th Flying Scotsman
Hanbury Manor, Ware to Gleneagles, Auchterarder
19th – 21st April 2013
Photographs by Arthur Fairburn of the Alvis finishers: