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Fantastic news for rally fans!

RALLI 22 Is the result of persistent efforts and a collaboration of individuals who wish to see historic rally cars given their rightful place in mainland Britain. Recognised now by the main governing bodies including the MSA. The panel is made up of many influential people from rallyings infrastructure all with a desire to make things happen. 2018 will be an opportunity to see Grp A , banned Grp B, and WRC cars in competition and demonstration over 3 hills. The competition includes the Grp B cars in their own catagory and will be timed. Ralli 22 Is a register of eligible cars whose owners wish to display demonstrate and Compete . The register is now full but there will be the opportunity for those not on the list to take part as invited guests. More details to follow.

Fantastic news for rally fans!

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Mike WoodleyMaking me wish I’d bought a Evo TME 👍

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Tartan Tarmac added 142 new photos — at Ignition Festival of Motoring.

The final batch of photos from the Saturday of this year's Ignition Festival of Motoring.

The final batch of photos from the Saturday of this year's @[101557770244114:274:Ignition Festival of Motoring]. Colin.

The final batch of photos from the Saturday of this years Ignition Festival of Motoring. 

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Alex JebsonPhenomenal pictures of an equally phenomenal weekend, while I was not on the main parade lap I thoroughly enjoyed the passenger ride on an autocross style track in a MK1 MX-5 at the back of the SECC

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Calum McphersonGreat pics, memories of a great day out 👍

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Kevin AddieGreat shots, my favourite moment attached, actually jealous of my daughter ...

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Gordon ElderExceptional pics as always mate 👍

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Tartan Tarmac added an event.

Fed up of mince pies and repeats on the telly? Need something tide you over before the Hogmanay parties? Why not join us for our last Breakfast Meet of 2017 (where did the year go???) at the Glasgow Riverside Museum?

We'll be following a pretty similar formula to last month, in that you need to choose whether you want to have your car on the concourse area beside the museum or in the public car park.

Since the museum opens earlier on a Saturday (10am) then we'll have barriers will be down slightly earlier to make sure there are no movements once the public start arriving.

To help everyone get hot food and drink a bit earlier, both snack vans, the cafe in the museum and the cafe in the tall ship will be open to keep you all fueled up.

Please remember that the car park is not run by us or the museum and that the £1 charge still applies for parking at Breakfast Meet.

For those who haven't been before, there's no car snobbery at Breakfast Meets and we're all as happy to see your pride and joy from the 1960s as your brand new supercar from 2017.

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