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A rare 1939 Alta, crewed by Gareth Burnett and Matthew Vokes, has won the tenth anniversary run of the Flying Scotsman Rally. Driver Gareth Burnett has won the event twice before in 2013 and 2016, both at the wheel of a Talbot 105 Alpine, making the first driver to score a hat-trick. Read More »

The 1925 Bentley Super Sports of Graham and Marina Goodwin reigned supreme on the Endurance Rally Association’s The Road to Saigon rally. Holding their lead on the Vintageant category from the start line in Singapore right the way to the finish in Saigon or Ho Chi Minh City as it is now known. Read More »

The Endurance Rally Association (ERA) is set to take on the world with an exciting calendar of events that will explore six continents over the next four years. Between the start of 2018 and the end of 2021, the ERA will host a total of 16 endurance rallies, six of which will be brand new to the historic motorsport scene.

Rally Director Fred Gallagher said: “The ERA continues to go from strength to strength, and the next four years will see us doing what we do best – organising global events that offer great driving, fantastic company, and brilliant adventure!” Read More »

The vintage Bentleys dominated the Endurance Rally Association’s inaugural Baltic Classic Rally taking the three top spots in the Vintageants category. Peking to Paris European Cup winners Bill Cleyndert and Jacqui Norman added to their trophy cabinet, which also includes win of the 2015 Road to Mandalay, after holding their lead from the Copenhagen start to the Berlin finish in the 1925 Bentley 3-4½. Read More »

incas16-vintageant-winnerA 1938 Chevrolet ‘Fangio’ Coupe reigned supreme on the Endurance Rally Association’s Rally of the Incas, an exciting 27-day adventure exploring the fantastic terrain and stunning scenery across 9,981km or 6,200 miles of South America.

Chuck and Pam Lyford from America lifted the trophy for the Vintageant category after starting from Buenos Aires on Sunday 13th November, and journeying through Argentina, Chile and Peru, finishing in Lima on Friday 9 December. Read More »

_dsc2299The winners of the Endurance Rally Association’s first Alpine Trial have reclaimed their trophy after winning the pre-war rally for the second time. Gareth Burnett and Jez Haylock won the event in the 1934 Talbot 105 Alpine, which was used in the very first Alpine Trial held in the same year. Read More »

The antipodean teams from New Zealand and Australia were the winners of the 2016 outing of the Peking to Paris Motor Challenge. Bruce and Harry Washington from New Zealand won the overall prize for the Vintageants in their 1929 Chrysler 75 Roadster, while Mark Pickering and Dave Boddy from Australia won the Classic category in their 1973 Datsun 240Z.p2p16c Read More »