Just to confirm that Scottish Italian Car Day on Sunday 25 May 2014 moves to a new venue at Cairnie Fruit Farm near Cupar, Fife.
Although we have had two very successful years at Hill of Tarvit, the change of venue will help to keep the event fresh and will allow the admission charge to be halved to £5 per person - with no charge for children. Cairnie has fantastic facilities for children - which will be available at their usual charges - have a look at their website to see what's on offer - Cairnie Fruit Farm, Holiday Cottage and Maze, Scotland
Cairnie also provides more space which will allow more imaginative displays.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the introduction of the 145 to the UK market in 1994 there will be a special display of 145s and 146s in a prominent position.
All 145s and 146s are welcome to take part in the display - the only requirement is that all cars for the display are "on site" at Cairnie before 10.00 am.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the introduction of the GT to the UK market in 2004 there will also be a special display of GTs in a prominent position.
All GTs are welcome to take part in the display - again the only requirement is that all cars for the display are "on site" at Cairnie before 10.00 am.
We hope to make more of the Condition Awards this year by judging cars earlier in the day and asking owners of award winning cars to move their cars to a special display area for the remainder of the day. All cars which are "on site" at the time judging commences will be considered - we aim to commence judging no later than 12.00 noon.
Look forward to seeing as many Alfas as possible there on the day.