Bo'ness Revival 2018
Saturday 1st & Sunday 2nd September 2018


Bo'ness Hill Climb
Kinneil Estate
Bo'ness
West Lothian
Scotland
Satnav: EH51 0PR


The event is located to the west of the southern end of the new Queensferry Crossing of the Firth of Forth, northwest of Edinburgh on the way to the Kincardine Bridge. Map


V8 Anniversaries logo on regalia
The Caledonian Centre has launched a range of regalia with a V8 Annivesaries logo. More

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The Caledonian Centre has supported the Bo'ness Revival event since its inception eleven years ago and this year they say "we intend to put on our best show ever! As you are aware we are focussing on celebrating various V8 anniversaries and will have several connected special features. And while we are expecting a large attendance of V8s of all types, MGBGTV8s, MG RV8s and MG 260s, we also want MGs of all types to enter. In recent years this event has grown in stature and popularity, now to the extent that the Classic Car Show field will be extended but may still have a limit on numbers!"

The event organiser and V8 enthusiast, Rob MacGillivray, says "we are also proposing that on the Saturday we join up with the runs organised by the Bo’ness people, one on which is purely scenic and may head to the Jim Clark museum while the other is more competitive. We also intend having a dinner on the Saturday evening probably again with the Bo’ness people. Prices for these are not yet fixed but we will advise asap."

See the event information webpage on the Caledonian Centre website with details of the booking arrangements and the members who have booked to join the event. More
Bo'ness Revival event
The organisers of the event say "
the primary aim of the Bo’ness Revival is to preserve the heritage of Scotland’s first purpose built Motor Sport venue, with Bo’ness holding a major, if unsung, role of Scotland’s and the UK’ s Motor Sport history. Most of the great names in Motor Sport have competed at Bo’ness, Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Stirling Moss to name but a few. As the cost of staging the Bo’ness Revival Hillclimb increases year on year the organising team are continually seeking ways to keep the Revival alive and viable. One of the ways we have helped achieve this aim is by promoting the Bo’ness Revival Classic side of the event, which has grown into one of the major events on the Scottish Classic Car scene. We do not make claims about the Revival as a whole being the most prestigious or biggest event in Scotland, however, we are Scotland’s only established combined genuine historic motor sport and classic car event which is all about giving enthusiastic owners the opportunity to use their cars, either in the Hillclimb or Classic, and be part of a friendly event with like-minded fellow enthusiasts".