The Blairgowrie Rotary Classic Car Tour will be held on Sunday 23rd April, 2017 and is organised by the Rotary Club of Blairgowrie. The event will start at Blairgowrie Golf Club, Golf Course Road, Rosemount, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, PH10 6LG and end at Crieff Hydro Hotel, Crieff, Perthshire, PH7 3LQ. Lunch will be taken at Fonab Castle Hotel, Foss Rd, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH16 5ND
All Vintage, Historic and Classic Cars, including Modern Sports Cars are welcome. Entries are limited to a maximum of 65 cars.
Entries open on 10 January, 2017 and close on 7 April, 2017 or when 65 entries have been received. Entries are on a first come first served basis. There will be NO ENTRY FEE for what is promised to be a day of fun and fellowship amongst like-minded classic car enthusiasts. However all entrants are expected to raise SPONSORSHIP – MINIMUM £50.00 per car (ask your friends and family/business colleagues to sponsor your car or you may prefer to make a personal donation) which is to be donated to the Rotary Club of Blairgowrie Benevolent Fund (Scottish Charity Account No SC007681) for distribution to two principal charities, Cancer Research UK and Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS).
In addition donations can be increased in value by 25% if you are a UK tax payer and tick the Gift Aid Box when completing the Sponsorship Form. Note you must include your home postcode for this to be effective.
The sponsorship form together with the monies collected can be handed in on the day, sent not later than 7 days after the event to Rotary Club of Blairgowrie Benevolent Fund, c/o Malcolm Davidson, The Steading, Easter Myreriggs, Coupar Angus, PH13 9HS or by bank transfer to Royal Bank of Scotland, 83-16-33 Account No. 00172826
What is included
- Tour Plate for each car
- Road Book and Map
- Goody Bag
- Souvenir Awards for all entrants
- Entrant collecting most sponsorship
- Oldest car to complete the Tour
- Car driven the furthest to participate
- Spirit of the Tour
- Period Costume
- Concours d’Elegance
Route Navigation and Driving Behaviour
The route will be on public A and B class and unclassified roads. The route will be defined by Tulip diagrams. A Road Book and Map will be provided. Participants must at all times comply with the requirements of the Road Traffic Acts and drive in a responsible and considerate manner. Please remember other road users, cyclists, walkers and livestock.
There is no element of competition, so no special qualifications are needed. A full UK driving licence is required
Insurance is the sole responsibility of the driver. Normally no special insurance is required for a Classic Car Tour, however you are advised to check with your Insurance provider whether you will be covered for this type of event. A minimum of Third Party Insurance for all persons who will drive participating vehicles must be applicable for the duration of the event.
The car must be taxed, have an MOT Certificate (if applicable) and a Certificate of Insurance – these should be available for inspection. The Driver will be required to sign a declaration confirming the car is insured and both Driver and Passengers are required to sign a Declaration, indemnifying the Organisers from liability, on the Signing On Sheet at the start of the Tour.
Route Check Code Boards may be in place to establish that the correct route has been followed.
Data Protection Act
Prospective entrants and participants are advised that information supplied on the entry form will be held on a computer and used for the administration of the event.
These will be sent out about one week before the Tour. These will include a Map of the start and finish venues, the Entry List confirming your Start time and a sample of the Tulip diagrams. The Tour plate, Road Book and Map will be available at the Start which opens at 9.00am
Preferred method is to complete the entry form online, alternatively download the entry form and send to Colin Stewart, Fir Lodge, 46 Moyness Park Drive, Blairgowrie, PH10 6LX.
For any further information please contact Colin on email@example.com