Scotland is a popular driving destination for vacationers in the U.K. Driving is one of the most convenient ways to observe the diverse scenery, which ranges from lakes and lochs to hills and mountain ranges. Motorsports are a popular pastime in Scotland, with plenty of events taking place on an annual basis.
Scottish Modified Cars
The Scottish Modified Car show is an annual summer event, held at the Royal Highland Centre in Ingliston. The show features stunt drivers, an autojumble and exhibits including over 1,100 clubs and cruises, modified cars and custom hod rods. Event entertainment includes live music on the outside stage, a large funfair, car club games, a British Army display and go-karting. You can purchase tickets over the Internet or at the gate on entry.
Royal Highland Centre
Edinburgh, EH28 8NB
The Scottish Tuning Show, Knockhill
The Scottish Tuning Show is held annually at Knockhill racing circuit in Fife, Scotland. The event displays new custom and tuned cars, ranging from super trick suspension to engine tuning parts, exhaust systems, wheel, tires, body kits and custom paint. The show is part of a three-strong performance car show series which operates at Silverstone and Knockhill, two of Britain's premier racing circuits. The circuit offers drivers the chance of taking a rally, racing or a classic car around the track.
Knockhill Racing Circuit
KY12 9TF, Scotland
Scottish Malts Classic Car Trial and Tour
The Scottish Malts Classic Car Trial and Tour is open to cars built before December 31, 1981. The event takes place between Scotland's stately homes, castles and distilleries and consists of driving tests, usage of car control and reliability trials. The routes between sites is detailed in an accompanying road book with Tulip diagrams. Tour entrants are free to visit attractions along the route, as there is no time limit. The event lasts for four days and routes vary each year.
Unit 13 Kenfig Industrial Estate
Port Talbot, SA13 2PE