ERA Classic Rallying News & Events
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Chief marshal Bob Hargreaves is looking for marshals to assist on this year's special 10th Anniversary edition of the Flying Scotsman vintage rally between the Brooklands start on Thursday 26 April and the finish in Edinburgh, on the afternoon of Sunday 29 April.
The ERA team was very pleased to meet all those that stopped by to see us at the Goodwood Revival where we took the opportunity to launch our exciting calendar of events for the next four years. Catch up with a brief summary of our future events here.
This lavishly illustrated hard-bound book, with over 300 pages and more than 650 remarkable Gerard Brown photographs, is now available for immediate delivery from the ERA on-line store.
The all-new Trans-America Challenge, combines great American roads with five-star luxury. Starting in Charleston, the oldest city in the USA, on 27th May 2018 the event drives a fabulous three week, 8,000 kilometre, road trip through twelve states to the Seattle finish.
Mongolia has enriched the lives of countless Peking to Paris participants. In 2016 we want to give a little back by supporting the Lotus Children's Centre, a charity dedicated to the care and education of orphaned children in Ulaanbaatar.
Always looking for a better way and with the opportunities offered by the new Divonne-les-Bains start, route maestro Keith Baud has some exciting innovations for the 2016 Alpine Trial.
The 2015 ERA Yearbook has arrived. It's packed with stories and stunning colour photos offering an unrivalled insight into the highs and lows of long-distance adventure rallying. There is really nothing on earth quite like it..
Now available in the ERA store the Road to Mandalay DVD, by the same crew who produced the highly acclaimed 2013 Peking to Paris ‘Wild Roads’ video, is a perfect and lasting record of a remarkable journey.
The Heritage Motor Centre at Gaydon was the centre of the action over the 21-22 November weekend when the ERA team and a large number of the Peking to Paris participants met for a couple of days of briefings and practical training.
A big reunion of cars and stars from historic marathon rally history came together at the Gaydon Heritage Centre on Sunday 31 May for a great day out at the ERA sponsored Historic Marathon Rally Show on Sunday 31st May.
Britain's toughest special stage historic rally took place in November 2014 with the Roger Albert Clark Rally reviving the concept and spirit of the original RAC Rally, and Philip Young was there......
With two years still to go to the 2016 Peking to Paris, the demand for places has been so strong the E.R.A. have now closed the entry-list, with 120 places allocated.
They're home.... Chris Walters and Elliott Dale reached St Mary’s in the Isles of Scilly at 10.34 GMT on 6th August 2014 after rowing the Atlantic in just a few minutes over 60 days.
The April 2014 edition of MotorSport magazine includes a profile of Philip Young written by Gordon Cruickshank. MotorSport should be at your newsagents now or you can read the article here.
In February Gerard Brown jumped at the opportunity to join Farm Africa for a week in Kenya where he was able to see several projects that have benefitted from the £40,000 raised by ERA supporters following last year's Africa Record Run.
Philip Young scooped the Personal Achievement Award “for inventing historic rallying” at the 2013 Octane Magazine annual awards ceremony in London.
The October 2013 edition of Octane magazine has a seven page report of the recent Peking to Paris event with vivid descriptions of the experiences of Mongolia and a round-up at the end of several driver's impressions on arriving into Paris.
We have recently received a letter from Farm Africa's in terrific tribute to the generosity of the Endurance Rally Association's supporters. But it doesn't stop here... read about Philip's next plan to raise even more for this worthwhile cause.