Our Northern meets at the Treehouse Cafe in Aberdeenshire have become a tradition almost as old as GT Scotland itself.
Despite the damp weather, a large range of European, American and Japanese sports cars, classics and supercars turned out to join the centrepieces of the show: a 2004 Ferrari Enzo and a London-sourced 458 Speciale with a unique white, black and gold colour combination.
As ever, the hot drinks and sandwiches on offer at the Treehouse were in demand all day long, and as the weather closed in, some intrepid supercar owners headed for the hills – including a handful of GT Scotland staffers with Renaultsport Clio 182s in chase of the Enzo.
By contrast, our April South meet in Edinburgh was more of a Cars and Coffee affair, held in the later morning at Lamborghini Edinburgh. A whole roster of amazing supercars turned up, from a showroom-fresh Mercedes-Benz AMG GT to historic variants of the 911, once again demonstrating how varied and well-attended our 2016 season of events has been thus far.
As ever, we’re greatly indebted to you all for bringing your pride and joys along to our meets. With our next meet coming in June, keep your eyes and ears alert for details on how to stay involved.
Don’t forget to continue the conversation on our revamped Twitter page where our feature writer, Sofiane, will keep you abreast of the latest Scottish supercar developments.