Event is commemorating diamond jubilee of Manx Trophy Rally
After a five-year absence, the Three Legs of Mann Classic Rally returns to Manx shores for the next two days.
Across today and tomorrow (17-18 March) around 60 classic rally machines are navigating their way around the Isle of Man, hosted by the Historic Endurance Rallying Organisation (HERO).
This year will also see the event commemorate the diamond jubilee of the Manx Trophy Rally.
Leg One & Two today (17 March) will see several closed roads tests take place across Noble's Park and Jurby Airfield as well as time control stages at Crosby, Ballasalla and finishing before midnight at the Palace Hotel in Douglas.
Meanwhile, on Saturday (18 March), the third and final leg will begin at the Palace Hotel before vehicles carry out tests and time control sections through the likes of St Johns, Tholt-y-Will, Jurby Airfield, Injebreck, West Baldwin and Noble's Park.
Further information on the schedule, entries and more is available HERE.