classic rallies & motoring adventures
We have been running classic car rallies since 1999 in some of the most exciting locations on the planet. We have run classic rallies spanning 29 countries, and are always on the look out for the next great drive. Our rallies are first and foremost about enjoying great driving in the company of good friends. Often challenging, but always non-competitive.
Following the mythical Manali-Leh road along some of the highest motorable passes in the world. After leaving the mayhem of Delhi you are confronted with 12 days of ever-changing landscape, at times remote and desolate, at others bursting with life
From Venice we head south through Croatia, Bosnia and Montenegro, take a ferry across to southern Italy and drive across to Sicily, up through the gorgeous islands of Sardinia and Corsica to finish in Monaco
2nd Tiger Rally
Rangoon to Hanoi / JAN 2018
Myanmar, Thailand, Laos & Vietnam
This is a ground-breaking rally through only recently de-restricted areas of Burma, traversing Shan State and the mythical Golden Triangle in northern Thailand, crossing into Laos and Vietnam to finish in Hanoi
“We had a terrific time. Probably the most enjoyable and sociable rally ever. A well thought-out route, a small group of very pleasant people, the camping was a highlight and fostered development of real and, we hope, lasting friendships…You and your team are to be congratulated for a superb event!”
~ Bibbi & Noel Stebbings
Great Arc of India 2009
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An afternoon with the MG & Alfa
Delhi to Delhi / 2013
Fifteen cars flagged off from the glorious Imperial hotel in Delhi and spent thirty days exploring the magnificent forts, palaces and landscape of Rajasthan and Gujurat.
Buenos Aires to Santiago / 2010
Argentina & Chile
9000 km of adventure via the beautiful island of Tierra del Fuego and the most southerly city in the world – Ushuaia. The rally drove Argentina’s most iconic road, the Ruta Cuarenta
Cartagena to Lima / 2016
Colombia, Ecuador & Peru
9 cars took part in this epic motoring adventure, covering over 8000km from the Colombian rainforest down to the windswept Peruvian highlands and their formidable 4000m+ passes.