Planning is now well underway for the 2019 TR Register Scottish Weekend which is held in association with the Bo'ness Revival, which also features the Scottish Triumph Weekend as a feature of the event. A major feature of the 2019 event is a tribute to Jim Clark on the 60th anniversary of his only appearance at Bo'ness in 1959.
The Bo'ness Revival is Scotland's only combined Historic Motor Sport and Classic Car events, with circa 120 entrants in the Revival Hillclimb and 400 entrants from 40 clubs in the Revival Classic.
The weekend starts with two road events on the Saturday, the Bo'ness Revival Classic Road Tour and the Bo'ness Saltire Trophy. The Road Tour is a gentle drive through some of Scotland's best scenery for a maximum of 100 cars which this year is heading for the Jim Clark Museum in Duns. The Bo'ness Saltire Trophy is a competitive Historic Rally type event fully sanctioned by Motorsport UK, the governing body for all motor sport in the UK. Saturday evening shall see an informal dinner for Hillclimb and Classic entrants.
Sunday is the main display day in the Revival Classic Showfield with interviews and the Classic Car 'Carkhana' in the Arena, as well as club stands, numerous awards, both for TR Register and Bo'ness Revival entrants, and a display of Jim Clark cars.
Running on both days is the Revival Hillclimb which features specific classes for Triumph cars and cars of the types driven by Jim Clark during his career, which shall see a number of TR3's in the entries.
Entries for the 2019 TR Register Scottish Weekend shall open in February, but a provisional entry can be made at any time by contacting email@example.com
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If you would like to extend your stay in Scotland, why not join fellow TR Register members on a 5 night tour to explore Loch Fyne, Glencoe, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. For more details please see: TR Tours Scotland or book the tour via our Travel Partner Travel Destinations - TR Tours - Scotland