is listed the latest view of the 2023 events calendar, for
your club. Some
dates may change, and events added
as more information is obtained but a good start to plan your classic
mortoring diary for next year.
||The Red Hackle Tour - 14 May
tribute tour to the Black Watch. Start
and finish to be once again at the Black Watch Museum Perth. This venue has very successfully
been used as the start finish venue in several past years. Organisers
Ron Adam & George Shand have been working on yet another new route. Ed I don't know how they still do it!
|Tour of Fife and the Ochils – 30 July.
Note - change of date
Some time since we explored this area of Scotland. With new roads to
cross through some stunning scenery and places to visit. Organisers Jim
and Norma Watson who recently joined the team have some great new ideas
for our events. Starts Kinross. Regs out soon.
|Rally of the Borders
- 24 September
since we have driven the Scottish Borders. Organiser
Ralph Forbes turned his extensive knowledge of the roads in this neck
of the woods into a route that takes you 'off the beaten track', as
only Ralph knows how. Starts just south of Edinburgh.
many little known roads not used on our previous events takes us across
magnificent countryside, passing and visiting new and unusual places.
Keeping to around the 120-130 mile mark enables
cars of any year to make it a day to remember.
Mark the date in your diary Now.
|Classic High Tea
- 3 December
End of the touring year for members to get together to
chat about their year of classic motoring, and what is happening next year, at the Royal George Hotel in
Perth. Includes their award winning Meringues, which never cease to amaze.
Clubs Events 2023
|Des Cols D'Ecosse 25-26 March
Two day, long distance event on
some of the best roads in Scotland. It is an auto distance trial in the
tradition of the original Trials.
Navigation will be by Tulip Road book with sections on OS maps, giving a variety of navigational tasks.
Start in Perth, Grantown-on-Spey, Perth
|Sunday 2 April 2023
RSAC Motorsport Spring Run.
Last year our run took us South into Ayrshire. This year we have
devised a different route starting and finishing in Milngavie on the
North Side of Glasgow and taking us over the Fintry Hills to Callander
and a ‘Tour of the Trossachs’. Our thanks are due to
Nuffield Health, Fitness and Wellbeing, Milngavie Club for their
|Single seat racing car for the 2023 season - April 13th
Aberdeen MG Owner’s Club will be hosting another of their very
informative and entertaining evenings at Kippie Lodge on April 13th
where members of the Aberdeen University Racing Team (TAU) will be in
hand to give the lowdown on their latest single seat racing car for the
2023 season. This is always a very enjoyable event staged by the team
members who have spent much of the winter designing and creating their
latest contender. The evening is open to anyone and everyone will be
made most welcome.
|Rotary Club of Inverness: Loch Ness Classic
Advance notice of this annual fundraising event
Loch Ness Classic Car Tour has become an established high-quality event
in the Scottish Classic Car Tour calendar. Once again, we have
planned a new route for 2023, this time taking in the odd section of
North Coast 500 in addition to other enjoyable and scenic roads in
Ross-shire and Inverness-shire including the iconic Loch Ness.
|Perth: Vintage Wheels Weekend 3 & 4 June
Head to Perth City for this years Vintage Wheels Weekend on 3 and 4 June.
features the now famous Tay Street classic car lineup, with vintage and
veteran vehicles. In addition this year you will see vintage tractors,
buses, commercial vehicles, supercars and more on show. Stalls and
autojumble add to the variety.
is a trip to Perth Airport Scone, in a vintage bus to see Morris
Leslie's classic car collection, some 400 cars on display. The bus will shuttle there and back throughout the day.
will be similar to the Saturday, but without the vehicle line up Tay
Street, or the stalls etc. Vintage buses will again run from Mill
Street to Perth Airport Scone to visit the Morris Leslie classic car
Sunday 18 June
|Now in its 51st year, the event
– proudly organised by the Borders Vintage Automobile Club
– has grown from strength to strength, gaining recognition from
The Sunday Times as ‘One of the top ten motoring events in the
In 2023, the event will take place on Sunday 18th June, which also
happens to be Father’s Day! It will once again feature some of
the finest veteran, vintage and classic cars from across the country,
as well as kid’s activities, stunt displays, a retail village and
of course, plenty of lovely food and drink stops to keep you fuelled
throughout the day!
|Sunday 20 August 2023
Following the success of the 2022 event, RSAC are returning to The
Royal Northern and Clyde Yacht Club, Rhu,with the traditional 'Three
Lochs' format of a Big or Wee route to suit Veteran,Vintage and Classic
Cars followed by the Concours d' Elegance, afternoon tea and prizegiving
||La Crofterra Pandemonia - 2nd & 3rd Sept
Regulations are now available for the 2023 event, please have a look at
these and the link to the entry form is highlighted in these
regs. We're trying an online entry this year, please give it a
|Arrochar Alps - 2 September
This observational event will follow
an Alpine Rally type route. You will be asked to look out for
landmarks, signs etc. You will have to accurately measure distances
and answer observational questions. It will develop teamwork between navigator and driver.
Starts Arrochar to Oban.
|Col de Ruisg - 4 November
This will be a night event. Expect
tricky winter road conditions. Navigation will be by Tulip Road book.
This event gives the feel of a night road rally and will sharpen the
navigator’s skills and the driver’s assessment of road
conditions. Start in Dumbarton. Details
|Northern Night Owls - 18 November
New innovative road rally. The Northern Night Owls Rally
will be an innovative competitive event using the skills which have been developed on the three previous events.
This Road Rally will be simple in format and manageable for beginners. More details to follow