What's the story?
Tim and Quintin are testing their freshly prepared 2014 Defender 110 on a fast, rough and dusty track in the Scottish Highlands. How will the Defender perform? What further modifications and upgrades will be identified? Just how much dust can a 110 kick-up?
Our favourite bit?
The best thing about this feature is that a fundamentally standard TDCi Defender can provide so much competitive fun. Being almost standard means that the Defender has lost none of its original appeal as a road-going load-lugger-cum-camper.
And the verdict from LRO writer Mark Saville?
Watching the 110 bound along the Highland track at speed and seeing the huge grins on Tim and Quintin’s faces, makes me want to build one just like it.
Model: 110 Defender
Configuration: Hard top
Suspension: OME two-inch lift springs with King Off-Road Racing dampers and hydraulic bump-stops
Roll cage: Safety Devices
Tyres: Goodyear MTR 235/85
Owner: Tim Robeers