Saturday the 24th of September saw the second incarnation of the Wheels of Nairn event held by Nairn BID.
The BID team and volunteers (including members of Nairn Rotary)were down on the Links from first light to begin the set up of the days events. Vendors and exhibitors began to arrive and then at 10am the event opened to the public.
Vehicles were arranged in a variety of categories around the Links. Some were organised by entry category, and some by clubs. A market street was arranged to the top right corner of the Links.
Title sponsor- Nairn Car Sales, were located in the middle with a selection of cars on show, next to the sound stage. Hospitality sponsor, MakesByMegs, were located behind the sound stage on the hard standing where all the bikes were located.
There truly was something for everyone. For the kids there were rides, ice cream, a face painter and the Out There – mobile sensory room. For the adults there was a vast variety of stalls and vehicles spanning the ages. Many of the owners and clubs were happy to talk to people and share the love of their vehicles.
There were also some very nice gents in costume, thanks to Highland Cosplay.
There is a stunning overhead view of the event by Quentin Soldan: Here.
The Winners - 2022
Judging took place over the morning with the winners being announced at 2pm.
The winners of 2022:
Winners: Best in Show: Charlie Campbell – 1998 Jaguar XJ308
- Pre-WW2 & Wartime Motorcars – David Herron – 1935 Austin 7 Ruby
- Post War Motorcars – Darren McWhirter – 1951 Jaguar XK120
- Classic Motorcars – Ronnie Watt – 1966 Morris Minor 1000
- Post Classic Motorcars – The Seventies – Richard Gibson – 1971 Jensen Interceptor Mk2
- Post Classic Motorcars – The Eighties – Steven Getty – 1982 VW Golf GTI Mk1
- Post Classic Motorcars – The Nineties – Mac Card – 1998 Ford Mondeo
- Motorcars of Special Interest – John MacKintosh – 2007 Aston Martin
- Show & Shine – David Banks – 2001 VW Golf Mk4