This year’s Scott Trial Charity Auction has raised just over £2,000 towards charitable causes.
We would like to thank all of the businesses, clubs and individuals for their generous donations of items for the auction and to all those who made bids and bought items on the night.
Thanks also to our auctioneer John Moffat and to Andrew and Charlotte Brown of AG Bikes for coordinating the auction.
Everyone’s support and generosity is very much appreciated.
If you missed out on getting your Scott Trial souvenir programme this year, we still have a few left available for sale.
You can order by e-mailing your request to: email@example.com Please make the subject line of your e-mail: ‘Scott Trial 2017 Programme Order’; payment details will be made available by e-mail reply.
Dougie Lampkin – Overall Winner 2017 – photo credit Charlotte Brown
A full Set of results can be downloaded here:
2017 Spoons and Final Results 2017 Special Awards 2017 Section by Section Analysis
Scott 17 – Times 2017 Manufacturer Teams 2017 Club Teams
Once again we would like to thank all those taking part and helping in this year’s Scott and give our congratulations to all the award winners. (photo credit – Charlotte Brown)
James Stones – Best Observation
Dougie Lampkin – Overall Winner 2017
James Dabill – Standard Time
Richmond Motor Club would like to give their congratulations to Dougie Lampkin for winning this year’s Scott Trial. Provisional results are available to download here:
2017 Spoons and Final Results 2017 Special Awards
A full set of results will be available as soon as possible.
As always we would like to thank all those who made this year’s trial happen – too many to mention – but especially the landowners without who’s permission we couldn’t run the greatest one day trial in the world and the observers who stood out in such wet weather later on in the day! Special thanks must also go to all the riders and supporters who make the trial such a great event and help us to raise so much money each year for the Scott Charities.
Please note the road beyond Rotton Wood (Marske) is closed to motorised vehicles and will remain closed for this year’s Scott Trial on Saturday. HOWEVER the car park at Jingle Pot for viewing Rotton Wood sections in the afternoon will be OPEN as usual.
Please remember the one way system will be in operation between the CB and Healaugh, you will be able to get from the CB to Healaugh but not the other way round.
Please park sensibly at all times and think of other road users and locals, who may not be connected with the trial!