Three Hills and The Rest – Auto Tour – (Now postponed)

Here’s a chance to get involved, lend your support and have a great day’s driving in the process.

The Ecosse Rallye Drivers Club Auto Heritage Tour which is run in association The Rest and be Thankful Heritage Project, Tartan Tarmac and other motor sport clubs in Scotland.

This is a brand-new event to celebrate the Heritage of four of Scotland’s best-known motorsport venues. This event will also help to raise funds for a feasibility study for the proposed Rest and Be Thankful Heritage Centre at the top of this classic hillclimb.

You will visit four hillclimbs – Forrestburn where you will have the opportunity to have two runs up the hill; Bo’ness which is Scotland’s oldest motorsport venue. Here you will have two options – firstly you can ‘walk the hill’ as competitors did in the past and/or visit the museum to learn about the history of the hillclimb. Those who ‘walk the hill’ will be eligible for a special award!; Doune where you will have an opportunity to drive the hill; Finally we will visit Rest and be Thankful where there will be a photocall with the Rest and be Thankful as the backdrop. The day will finish with refreshments and prize-giving in Arrochar.

ENTRY FORM HERE :-  http://www.monte.scot/…/Three%20Hills%20and%20The%20Rest%20…

Please note: We are now accepting entries by email and payment by bank transfer.

Email your completed entry form to ‘contact@therestheritage.scot’

Send your payment to the following account

  • Account Name: Ecosse Rallye Drivers Club
  • Sort Code: 09-01-29
  • Account no: 38813548

REGULATIONS HERE :-  http://www.monte.scot/…/Three%20Hills%20and%20The%20Rest%20…

It is non-competitive – just the chance to enjoy each of the locations and give much-needed financial support to this exciting project.

4 Replies to “Three Hills and The Rest – Auto Tour – (Now postponed)”

    1. Hi Graeme,
      We’re sorry to say that, having run into some unexpected logistical problems, we are going to have to cancel the run until the Spring, so the short answer is probably some time in March!
      We really appreciate your interest and hope you’ll consider the re-arranged event.

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