The Talbot 105 Alpine by Gareth Burnett and Martyn Turner put an end to the Bentley winning streak at the demanding rallye The Flying Scotsman. In the eight-year history of this event, this was the most contested victory, which ended with crossing the finishing line.
The 110 teams were confronted with rain, hail, sleet and snow on the road, after they had driven over the starting line at the Belvoir Castle in Leicestershire. 700 miles challenge by Lincolnshire, Yorkshire, Northumberland and Scotland lay in front of them. “So are very like us happy about our victory, so we are the endurance rally Association grateful for his great organization”, Gareth raved about. “, I want to thank all other participants who bring their pre war classic car out of the garage and they bring on the streets, where they do, what they were once built. It is to be. a great fun with them on the street”
At the luxurious Gleneagles Hotel was awarded Alfa Romeo 8 C Shane Houlihan and Richard Pain at the Concours d ‘ Elegance of 1932. The next “flying scotsman from 31 March to 2 April 2017 takes