LRO's Peterborough Show draws increasing numbers of Land Rover-aficionados from across the country every year - not to mention the determination of Green Oval enthusiasts who travel from the likes of Japan, America and Australia.
So, to highlight just how much effort goes into your travels to Peterborough with your Land Rovers, we’ve set our web content producer a challenge. Can he get from Portavadie, on the west coast of Scotland, to Peterborough, Cambs - with his unruly P38 Range Rover? A distance passing through the bulk of the UK - just like so many of you will be undertaking.
That’s not all though, Calum has only one tank of diesel in which to complete the journey. And he’s not allowed to take a mechanic with him. So, that’s 430 miles over hills and through the glens before hitting motorway gridlock - without help, in a dog-eared example of Land Rover’s infamous second generation Range Rover.
At best, we think the P38 will average 22mpg, meaning at least 20 gallons of fuel will be required. Seeing as the tank holds a maximum of 22 gallons, and there will no doubt be traffic delays, the journey is certainly going to be tight. Calum remains confident that his P38 will breeze the journey, should the Range Rover not burst into flames or break down first.
However, Calum won’t be alone. Anyone traveling down on the 16th (next Friday) is welcome to join in the convoy already waiting on the outskirts of Glasgow to ensure no cheating takes place.
Further stops will take place en route down the A66 and the A1 to pinpoint locations - before (hopefully) rolling in through the gates of the LRO Show on the Friday night.
So, fancy joining a band of Land Rovers for a classy arrival at the gates of the Peterborough arena? Keep an eye out for the whereabouts of the cavalcade of Solihull-goodness. You’ll find the updates on LRO's Facebook and Twitter pages.
Tickets for the LRO 2016 Show can be purchased on the LRO show website.