On Saturday four of the organising committee headed down to Forest Estate the venue for the 2022 Scottish “Borders” hill-rally.
We did a recce of the main stages and mapped the liaison routes. after 8 hours and 35 miles of driving we have got some routes in mind, it is now up to the route designer, the land owner, the land Manager and the organising Group to finalise where we are allowed to “play”.
All will be revealed in November when our competitors and Marshals arrive.
With the 2021 Scottish “Borders” Hill Rally now live, and cars out in the stages, results can be found HERE
With entries opening on Sunday, entries have been flooding in, keeping Secretary of the Meeting and Entries Secretary busy. The unseeded Entry List has now been published for those with a completed entry in the event. You can find out more information about the event, and access the Supplementary Regulations, the Entry Form, and the Entry List on the Scottish “Borders” Hill Rally page here
There are still a few places left in this years event but don’t rely on them being available for long. With interest continuing to flood in, best grab your spot before it’s too late!
With over 90 people registering their interest in the 2021 Scottish “Borders” Hill Rally activity is expected to be brisk when entries open on Sunday 19th September. For all the latest news, make sure you have registered to make sure you have a copy of the Supplementary Regulations and the guidance issued to help make the entries process quick and smooth.
You can register for the latest updates here
The Scottish “Borders” Hill Rally will take place on 20/21 November 2021
Oh Boy!, it will be good to be back at Forrest Estate after our enforced absence in 2020 due to the Pandemic.
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February 2021 and the Club are planning on how to get cross country motorsport re-started in Scotland, once restrictions are eased.
The Bowlers, Polaris, Land Rovers, Simbughinnis, Tomcats, Can-Ams and other exotic machinery of Scotlands Cross Country racing community have had a year off from this challenging sport. Instead, they’ve been stored in the dry, fettled, repaired, re-built and indeed built! They, according to rumour, ready to be unleashed on Scotlands varied and challenging cross country terrain, once the Green Light is shown!