What's next - the HERO Scottish Malts
Scotland here we come - again!
Less than a week to go, and it's off to Bonnie Scotland again, and Gleneagles Hotel, twice in one month, it's a hard life!
This time for the HERO Scottish Malts, and a cracking field this year, from a 1934 Bentley, through Healeys, Triumphs, MGs, Porsches and Jaguars. There are even 4 E type Jags, and an interesting 1973 Porsche 911 2.7 RS lightweight, it makes for a wonderful group of cars.
Starting and finishing at the Gleneagles Hotel this year the event is five days of exploring Scotland clockwise, even onto to the Isle of Skye again, and crossing on the Glenelg-Skye community ferry. But let me point you to the event preview for what's in store.
I thought I'd dig out a few shots from the last two 'Malts' and maybe, (or maybe not), we'll be seeing some of these venues and scenery this year, fingers crossed for the weather.
2012 winners, Graham Walker & Sean Toohey 2010 winners Bob & Sue McClean, heading for the Glenelg Ferry
Now where might this be?
Chris White and Ken Woodham have enter this year again.
And there still might be snow on the hilltops.
Graham Walker gets the film star treatment from Francesco Rastrelli!
The Lotus Elan of Graham Walker/Sean Toohey near Inverness.
Keywords: Classic Car, Classic Rally Car, Driving Test, Gleneagles, HERO, HERO Cup, Historic Endurance Rallying Organisation, Motorsport, Old Cars, Rally Car, Rally Competitors, Regularity section, Reliability Trial, Scottish Malts, Tony Large
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