Please see below for details of the Heritage Weekend.
The Bo’ness Carkhana, Driving Skills competition.
1st. Wayne Scott, Triumph TR2, the second TR2 built owned by the TR Register, sponsors of the Bo’ness Motoring Heritage Weekend.
2nd. Ian Walker Austin-Healey 3000, specially built by Ian as his ultimate Healey 3000.
3rd. Roman Winkler, 1936 Austin Light 12/4 Ascot Saloon.
Alastair Conners from Chichester with his Triumph 2500 saloon.
Spirit of the Event Award
Robert and Bridget Laycock, 1926 Bentley 3/4-1/2, driven all the way from Morton Malton in Yorkshire to Bo’ness, took part in the 2-Hills Road Run from Bo’ness to the Rest and Be Thankful where they drove up the old Hillclimb Course and all the way back to Yorkshire, without ever erecting the hood, fantastic.
Bridget Laycock with her 1926 Bentley.
Club Stand Competition
1st. The MG Car Club Caledonian Centre
2nd. The Sporting Bears Charity
3rd. Jaguar Drivers Club (Scotland)
Winners of the Club Stand Competition, the MGCC Caledonian Centre.
Individual Entrants Concours Competition.
The Barry and Nancy Crichton Award –
Gerry McGonigal with his 2.5 Litre 1948 Riley Special Sports.
Gerry McGonigle with his Riley Special.
The Bo’ness Concours
1st. Bill Ross, Jaguar XK150 FHC
2nd. David Scott, Ford Escort RS 2000 Mk.2
3rd. Barry Smith, Lotus Europa Twin Cam.
Bill Ross with his XK 150, Bo’ness Concours Champion.
All trophies presented by Diane Davidson-Kinghorn, owner of the Rest and Be Thankful Hillclimb course.
258 Cars from 20-clubs, including 30-Individual Entrants, present over the course of the weekend.
52 Cars on the 2-Hills Road Run from Bo’ness to the Rest and Be Thankful where permission was granted to drive up the famous old Hillclimb course on Saturday.
48 Entrants for the Bo’ness Concours on Sunday.
Wayne Scott, the Showring commentator sets off for the Rest in the second TR2 built, owned by the TR Register.
Feedback thus far from participating clubs and individual entrants has been positive, with incredible enthusiasm for 2017.