The Tractor Run is scheduled to last 18 days and the itinerary is set out below. A detailed map of the 1,144 mile journey will be posted soon.
During the run, there will be a number of special activities, including the Pit Stop Challenge (PSC). This is a fund-raising competition, where teams of supporters, along the route, will remove both front tractor wheels from a dummy axle, roll the wheels around the tractor, then re-fix them onto the axle. The shortest time to detach and re-fit the wheels will be recorded and local prizes/trophies will be awarded on the run. There will also be a special prize for the best national time. If you would like to take part in a PSC, please contact us through the Contact Page.
List of special activities:
Saturday 23rd May – shores of Loch Ness, near the visitor centre. Pit Stop Challenge.
Tuesday 26th May – Knockhill Racing Circuit near Dunfirmline, Fyfe. Scottish National Racing Circuit. Team Endurance Karting Event in aid of the local air ambulance. 12 teams of up to 4 drivers per team. 90 minute race, with practice. Entry fees payable on the day. £120.00 per team. Plus Pit Stop Challenge. Possible lap of main circuit with celebrity driver, time permitting.
Tuesday 2nd June. M4 Indoor Karting Centre, near Chippenham, Wiltshire. Plus Pit Stop Challenge and 90 minute Team Endurance Kart Race. Teams of up to 4 drivers £120.00 per team.
There should be other PSCs en route, as per the list below, depending on demand.