Competitors from all over the United Kingdom will descend on Biggar, Scotland on Saturday 14th April for the final round of the Vintage Sports-Car Club’s 2017/18 Trial’s Championship. The Scottish Trial captures the true essence of trialling, and with a bumper entry of 55 Pre-war cars attempting the technical and challenging Trials Sections it is sure to provide some exciting results.
The oldest car taking part in this year’s Scottish Trial, the 1921 GN Sports Special owned and driven by Peter Kite, currently sits in fourth place for The Hagerty Trophy - which is proving to be fiercely contested with Simon Price’s 1930 Ford Model A Special currently topping the list. The Frost Trophy is currently lead by Paul Jeavons in his 1924 Vauxhall 30-98, swiftly followed by Tim Kemp’s 1930 Austin Franklin Special. With all still to play for The Scottish Trial is going to be an thrilling end to the Trial’s Championship.
The Vintage Sports-Car Club would like to thank the McCosh Estate for kindly agreeing to host the 15 Hills as well as the volunteers and marshal’s who make the Scottish Trial possible.
The Club’s next event is the Formula Vintage – Round One at Silverstone on 21 & 22 April and the AutoSolo taking place at Silverstone on 22 April.