Double winner leads capacity entry for the Flying Scotsman rally
Britain’s biggest rally for vintage cars, the Flying Scotsman, will start from Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire on Friday morning and finish at Gleneagles on Sunday afternoon.
A capacity entry of 110 pre-war cars from all over the world will contest the eighth running of the Endurance Rally Association’s event, which is widely regarded as the leading and most demanding rally of its type.
The cars and crews will cover nearly 700 miles from Leicestershire to Perth and Kinross, with special tests and regularity tests as well as navigational sections.
William Medcalf (1925 Bentley) will aim for a hat-trick of wins but faces tough opposition from Peter Lovett (BMW 328) and 2011 winner Andrew Davies (Riley 12/4 Special).
Spectator information is available at endurorally.com.