Once again the Royal Highland Showground, Ingliston on the outskirts of Edinburgh was invaded by the Scottish car scene for the weekend.
BeTapp’d took 20 cars to the event; our biggest stand for SCS to date.
This was our third visit to the Scottish Car Show (and our second to Ingliston) and won’t be our last.
We had probably the most varied stand we’ve ever had with a bit of something for everyone. From Chic’s monster V10 BMW M5, to Martin’s stanced Leon to Stu’s Ford Escort RS Cosworth.
Our interest spanned more than just our own stand. Monster Unit once again had an incredible showing, but it was Lomotion who took the well deserved Best Club Stand this year.
If you missed the event, our friend Gary Burns made a video of the event (we feature quite heavily at the beginning) …
Thanks again to The Detailers Box who supported our stand and to Steven Bryce Valeting for helping us to prepare the cars after the trip from the west to Edinburgh. Thanks as always also to our exhibitors for the effort they put in preparing their cars for the show:
- Ross Allison – Vauxhall Astra BiTurbo
- Craig Dolan – BMW M135i
- Alan Brownlee – BMW M3
- Fraser Livingston – BMW M4
- Greg Maxwell – Mercedes-Benz A45 AMG
- Chic Harte – BMW M5 E60
- Chris Newton – Seat Leon Cupra 280
- Martin Kennedy – Audi RS3
- Allan Stoddart – Nissan GTR
- Lewis Currie – Subaru Impreza WRX STi
- Martin Woods – Seat Leon
- David Menzies – Ford Focus ST
- Stevie Watt – Volkswagen Golf R
- Kevin McGrady – Vauxhall Corsa VXR
- Iain Campbell – Renault Clio V6
- Stuart Robertson – Ford Escort RS Cosworth
- Stuart Loudon – Subaru Impreza P1
- Tom Brownlee – Mercedes-Benz GLA45 AMG
- Scott Shiveral – Volkswagen Golf GTi
Al, Craig and Jaff
Our Friend (an exhibitor) Martin Woods Images has also posted a gallery of images to Facebook.