Previous Rallies

Bespoke Rallies brings you adventurous rallies across continents and through stunning landscapes. Here are some previous events we’ve recently completed.

Previous Rallies

Royal Rajasthan Rally 2015

February 17 to March 11, 2015

Royal Rajasthan roars away from Delhi for a fantastic drive through the colourful and historic state of Rajasthan – home of Maharajas, monuments and majesty. The 23 day event takes in the historic centres of this most royal state as well as providing an unforgettable journey.

The Great Amazon Adventure 2015

October 2 to 28, 2015

The Great Amazon Adventure from Bespoke Rallies is the trip of a lifetime. Not only will you be driving along the near mythical trans-amazonia highway but you will also visit some of the most iconic landmarks in South America.

The 2nd Maya Classic Rally 2016

February 16 to March 16, 2016

Back by popular demand is the intriguing Maya Classic Rally which takes in seven countries in the space of 30 days but includes plenty of time to see the great Mayan monuments as well as enjoy the road, the countries & people.

Trans Himalaya Challenge Kashmir 2016

August 19 to Sept 6, 2016

Trans Himalaya Challenge is exactly what it says on the tin! if you’ve a head for heights and a thirst for adventure then this is the challenge for you. It’s 2,500kms of testing terrain that’ll take you over the highest motorable pass in the world.

The Great Amazon Adventure 2016

October 7 to 31, 2016

We are delighted to confirm that we will be running the 2nd Great Amazon Adventure in October 2016, travelling through four countries from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans crossing the remarkable Amazon Rainforest in South America.

About Bespoke Rallies

Bespoke Rallies offers adventurous classic car rallies and tours in some of the world’s most fascinating regions. We organise competitive events and tours which offer the opportunity to enjoy driving on the lesser travelled by-ways.

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Are you ready for The Grand Prix of South America 2018? October 18 to November 17, 2018. #bespokerallies #thegrandprixofsouthamerica #classiccarrallies #rally

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The Answer to Life, the Universe & Everything is 42. The answer however to a damn fine rally 'The Slartibartfast' is now only 7 days away! Roll on The Hague! #crinklyedges #thehitchhikersguidetothegalaxy #42 #bespokerallies #slartibartfast ... See MoreSee Less

A BRITISH WORLD CHAMPION RALLY CO-DRIVER IN THE MAKING?

Everybody needs a break from work, and Bury St Edmunds-based farmer Angus Stamper’s preferred reward is classic car rallying, which is how he came to be driving his 1964 Mercedes 230 SL Pagoda on our recent Pan Am Classic event, that in turn led to his 12-year-old son Merlin possibly qualifying as the ‘World’s Youngest Rally Co-driver/Navigator’.

Guinness World Records have been informed
Bespoke Rallies director John Brigden takes up the story: “The 30-day action-packed event led contestants some 6,500 miles from the Atlantic to the Pacific via the byways of old America. For the last 1,500 (San Francisco to Seattle), Angus was accompanied by Merlin, who therefore assumed responsibility for the navigation, time-keeping and the related time cards - onerous tasks for someone of any age, which he managed with aplomb and without getting his father lost in the wilderness of America’s great outdoors.

“We were sufficiently impressed with his performance to see if this qualified him for an entry in the Guinness World Records and discovered that, while there is a record for the Oldest Co-driver/Navigator (New Zealander Dorothy Caldwell now aged 99), a category for Youngest Co-driver/Navigator has yet to be created; a situation we are in the process of investigating.”

Suitably excited by his first rally, Merlin, a pupil at Moreton Hall Prep School, now has aspirations of taking up the sport seriously. He has already learnt to drive on the family farm and can regularly be spied out and about the land aboard his own 1971 Range Rover Classic. Said Angus: “Considering his age, and the fact he was thrown in completely at the deep end, I would say he acquitted himself extremely well on the rally, and it would certainly be a feather in his cap if he were to get his name in the record books. Either way I’ve no doubt he’ll be back for more, and there’s every likelihood of his twin sister Grace having a go too.

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