After the much-acclaimed success of the first Generations Rally we are doing it all again in 2023.

This rally is once again specifically targeted at crews from different generations, encouraging the continuation of our passion for historic motorsport.

24 to 26 March 2023

North Pennines, Northumberland and Scottish Borders

View the published entry list by clicking the link below!

-Andrew Bailey (GB) / Sam Bailey (GB)Bentley Supersports45001923-
-Charles Bishop (GB)/ Thomas Bishop (GB)Vauxhall 30-9842241924-
-Jonathan Procter (GB)/ Peonie Procter (GB)Bentley 3/4½45001925-
-Andrew Boland (IE) / Conor Behan (IE)Bentley 3/4½45001925-
-Graham Goodwin (GB)/ Tommy Stevenson (GB)Bentley Supersports (Pyman)53001925-
-Nick Sleep (GB)/ Jessica Sleep (GB)Bentley Supersports53001926-
-Michael Birch (GB)/ Callum Bowyer (GB)Bentley 4½45001928-
-Celia O'Neill (GB) / Hugo O'Neill (GB)Riley Gamecock10871932-
-Manuel Dubs (CH)/ Luca Arrigucci (CH)Rockne Six 7533651932-
-Peter Morton (GB)/ Marianne Curtis (GB)Alvis Speed 2043001932-
-Christian Brash (GB)/ Matthew Brash (GB)Aston Martin Le Mans14931933-
-Patrick Blakeney-Edwards (GB) / Scarlett Blakeney-Edwards (GB)Frazer Nash Saloon14961934-
-Anthony Boland (IE) / Eoin Boland (IE)Talbot 105AV30001934-
-David Scowcroft (GB)/ Adam Scowcroft (GB)Chevrolet Coupe33001936-
-Andrew Scowcroft (GB)/ Harvey Scowcroft (GB)Chevrolet Fangio Roadster33001936-
-Charlotte de Montmorency (GB)/ Philippa Bailey (GB)Triumph Dolomite19911938-
-Rory Henderson (GB) / Diana Henderson (GB)Frazer Nash-BMW 32819951939-
-David Long (GB) / Sophie Long (GB)Healey Westland24431948-
-Brian Scowcroft (GB) / Reece Sadiq (GB)Lancia Aurelia GT24511954-
-Michael Wassell (GB) / Harry Wassell (GB)Jaguar XK14034001954-
-Josef Dillier (CH)/ Niklaus Dillier (CH)Jaguar XK140 Coupe34001955-
-George Cooper (GB)/ Muriel Cooper (GB)Jaguar Mk 134001958-
-Craig McWilliam (GB)/ Agnes McWilliam (GB)Aston Martin DB 2/4 MK III30001958-
-Brian Caudwell (GB) / Oliver Caudwell (GB)Jaguar XK150 DHC34001958-
-Paul Wignall (GB) / Andrew Neate (GB)Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint16001959-
-William Gilbertson-Hart (GB) / Sholto Gilbertson-Hart (GB)Jaguar XK15038001959-
-Anthony Galliers Pratt (GB) / Fiona Galliers Pratt (GB)Porsche 356 Roadster15821960-
-Anthony Boland (IE) / Orla Boland (IE)Jaguar XK150S38001960-
-Michael Kershaw (GB)/ Victoria Kershaw (GB)Aston Martin DB442001960-
-Wendy Birch (GB)/ Victoria Birch (GB)Porsche 356 Cabriolet19001960-
-Patricia Monks (GB)/ Henry Morris(GB)Jaguar Mk 234001961-
-Dieter Baumhaeckel (DE) / Marcus Eilers (DE)Volvo PV54423001961-
-Sarah Boland (IE) / Ann Boland (IE)Jaguar XK150S38001962-
-Freya Clarke (GB)/ Lee Clarke (GB)Triumph TR422001962-
-Charles Stuart-Menteth (GB)/ Celia Stuart-Menteth (GB)MGA Mk II18001962-
-Carolyn Ward (GB)/ Archie Ward (GB)Aston Martin DB436701962-
-Jo Roberts (GB) / Alice Wright (GB)Triumph TR421381963-
-Michael Goodwin (GB)/ Marina Goodwin (GB)Porsche 35616001964-
-Andrew McAlpine (GB) / Freddie McAlpine (GB)Mini Cooper12951964-
-Steve Verrall (GB) / Jay Reddy (GB)Porsche 91119911965-
-Shaun Harborne (GB)/ Alex Harborne (GB)Mercedes-Benz 230 SL23001965-
-Gavin Webster (GB)/ Jessica Webster (GB)Jaguar Mk 234001965-
-Robert Wilkinson (GB)/ Olivia Wilkinson (GB)Aston Martin DB540001965-
-Gavin Henderson (GB) / Anastasia Henderson (USA)Porsche 91119951965-
-Lee Brooks (GB) / Adrian Brooks (GB)Alfa Romeo Giulia16001966-
-Charles Graves (GB) / Daniella Hope (GB)Sunbeam Tiger42001967-
-Jade Ripley (GB) / Stuart Kennedy (GB)Mercedes-Benz 280 SL28001968-
-Shane O'Neill (GB) / Con O'Neill (GB)MGC29121968-
-David Roberts (GB) / Lindsey Roberts (GB)Triumph TR25024981968-
-Cathie Clarke (GB)/ Maxwell Clarke (GB)Austin Mini Cooper14001968-
-Tomasz Dzitko (PL)/ Michael Dzitko (PL)Porsche 91119911968-
-Mickey Gabbett (IE) / Owen Ready (GB)MGB GT17981968-
-Vincent Fairclough (GB)/ Oliver Fairclough (GB)MGC29121968-
-Mark Wilkinson (GB)/ Edward Andrews (GB)Mercedes-Benz 280 SL28001969-
-Keith Graham (GB) / Lorcan Byrne (GB)Mercedes-Benz 280 SL27781969-
-Ashley Marston (GB) / Thomas Marston (GB)Jaguar E-Type S2 FHC42001970-
-Drexel Gillespie (GB)/ Caroline Jones (GB)Ford Escort RS200019981971-
-Stephen Hardwick (GB) / Olivia Hardwick (GB)Alfa Romeo19621971-
-John Whitelock (GB) / Josh Whitelock (GB)Lancia 1600HF Fulvia16001972-
-Louise Morton (GB)/ Zoe Kremer (GB)BMW 200219901972-
-Phillip Monks (GB)/ Alexandra Monks (GB)Jaguar E-type54001972-
-Simon Brien (GB) / Jack Brien (GB)Porsche 91127001972-
-David Ward (GB) / Joanna Ince (GB)Lancia Fulvia15841972-
-Caroline Barnard (GB)/ Chris Barnard (GB)Porsche 911S Targa23411973-
-Austin Baird (GB) / Harry Baird (GB)Porsche Carrera RS27001973-
-Andrew Laing (GB)/ Erica Laing (GB)Datsun 240Z24001973-
-Roy Stephenson (GB) / William Stephenson (GB)BMW30001973-
-Anthony Sowerby (GB) / Thomas Sowerby (GB)Ford Escort RS200019951974-
-Paul Taylor (GB)/ Sophie Haslam (GB)Ford Escort RS200019931974-
-Ben Brooks (GB)/ Ian Shackleton (GB)Mercedes-Benz 450 SL45001976-
-Carlos Rieder (CH) / Melvin Rieder (CH)VW Kafer13001976-
-Nicole Whitelock (GB)/ Nadia Whitelock (GB)Porsche 91220001976-
-Martin Ruebel (CH) / Jan Ruebel (CH)Alfa Romeo Giulia Nuova Super15671977-
-Alan Stansfield (GB)/ Edward Stansfield (GB)Ford Capri16001983-

Event Highlights

Based in a single hotel perched blissfully on the edge of the North Pennines, proceedings will start on Friday morning with the normal pre-event formalities of scrutineering and signing-on. After a light lunch, the rally starts with a full afternoon’s route that will introduce newcomers to the ideas of Regularity Sections and Tests. The evening will see us all dining together for a Welcome Dinner, giving the chance to socialise with like-minded people and learn from the mistakes of others!

Saturday sees us heading further north for a full day of competition through the serene Northumbrian countryside and a foray across the Border into Scotland. The Tests and Regularities will increase slightly in difficulty as the day progresses and the crews become familiar with the techniques involved. Safely back at base, drinks and dinner will again be a great time to discuss the day’s successes or otherwise.

Sunday will feature a morning of competition closer to base with enough twists and turns to sort out the final positions. Lunch and an afternoon prize-giving will allow for a timely departure for home – after what we are confident will have been another fantastic introduction of our hobby to the next generation.

We hope you can join us!

Where and when…

Friday 24 March

AM: Scrutineering and Signing-on
PM: Rally Start
Eve: Welcome Dinner

Sunday 26 March

Lunch: Rally Finish and Prize-giving
Eligible Crew:

Each crew should consist of members of two distinct Generations – ideally from the same family. All crew members must be at least 12 years old at the time of the event. Any crew member under the age of 18 may only form a crew with their parent or legal guardian.

Eligible Cars:

Cars of a specification produced before 31 December 1985
Separate classification for cars of a specification produced before 31 December 1945
Please check with us if you are not sure your car is eligible.


There will be Regularity Sections each day on twisty but quiet minor roads. Special Tests will also take place throughout the event on private land, which can include farm tracks and large car parks.

Roads used:

Some of the most scenic roads in the area can be bumpy so low-slung cars may need to be driven with care, but we will avoid rough, potholed and unsurfaced roads as much as possible. 


Our comfortable Spa Resort will also be the venue for dinner each evening, and for a Prize-giving Gala Lunch on the final day.  


The rally navigation will utilise a tulip Road Book with simple Regularities and Tests to start with, getting a little more complicated as the event progresses. Some of the sections towards the end of the event will require you to use map extracts that will be provided.

Tuition will be given before the start for crews that haven’t taken part in this type of rallying before, and Rally the Globe mentor teams will be on hand throughout the event to help with any queries.

Event Category:

2022 Highlights!

What they said about the first Generations Rally

“The format was superb and the ‘Generations’ idea was great to get families and a mix of the old and young (and somewhere in between!) all involved.”

“What a joy that was! The Generations Rally was so well, and thoughtfully, organised with great attention to detail.”

“Great camaraderie, lovely roads, amazing panoramas and so nice to have younger people on the event.”

“The “children” really enjoyed the rally and all its challenges and are looking forward to their next one.  Socialising afterwards with their own ages made for happy chatter and new friends.”

“The Generations rally was huge fun. I know my daughter thoroughly enjoyed it and is now hooked.” 

“We had a ball and will definitely be back.”

“Great event, great team, great weather, great roads.”

“The route was challenging yet rewarding, the scenery and weather was perfect.”

Request an Entry Form

We have now reached our entry limit for the Generations Rally 2023. If you would like to join the Reserve List for the event, please click on the button below then fill in the required details and we will contact you with the next steps.

If there are any withdrawals from the event, crews on the Reserve List will be given the first opportunity to take up these places. You can also contact the Rally the Globe office on +44 (0)113 360 8961, or email directly via

Reasons to book With Us!

Rally the Globe is a not-for-profit club that exists to support a broad family of motorsport enthusiasts who want to explore the world in historic and classic vehicles. All our club’s rallies come with highly experienced support crew and safety cover including:

Expert teams of sweep mechanics

On-call doctor or paramedic

Recommendations of experts in crew training and car preparation, shipping and insurance

Advice, encouragement and assistance from our friendly and knowledgeable team