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We have pleasure in welcoming participants to the RSAC Three Lochs Classic to be held on Sunday, 20th August 2017. Once again we offer a warm welcome to all drivers and passengers, and we look forward to seeing old friends and newcomers alike. For the first time for several years, we will be running the event on a Sunday, and we hope that this will allow more cars and crews to take part.

This year we return to the Oak Tree Inn at Balmaha, which will host the start, finish and the Concours d’Elegance. We were delighted with the warm welcome we received from Sandy Fraser and all at the Oak Tree last year, and we look forward to their hospitality amid the spectacular setting.

For the second year we welcome our sponsor Bob Hay, and hope that he will enjoy his day with us.

Since last year’s event he has formed and invested in a new company – THE HAY PARTNERSHIP - to supersede Hay Lough Davis, He continues to offer the same Architectural and Town Planning services for businesses and private individuals located in and around Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Stirling, etc. So far the new company is proving to be very busy, working successfully with previous and new clients.

There will again be a “wee” route of around 58 miles suitable for cars in the Veteran class and any others whose drivers prefer it, and a “big” route of around 75 miles for everybody else. We are continuing to welcome entries from the owners of all cars built before 1982, and we look forward to seeing a good representation of cars from all eras. For the first time, there will be an ‘open’ class for cars built after 1982 which are considered to be of particular interest.

This year’s route may not offer the traditional Three Lochs, but we can certainly offer two Lochs and a Lake.

The event will again feature light-hearted “examinations” leading to the award of degrees by the Automotive University of Rhu (Balmaha Campus).

We look forward to receiving your entry and to seeing you on Sunday 20 August.

Regulations may be downloaded from here