MOTORSPORT enthusiasts from all over the country took part in the Bath Motor Club's annual Festival Targa Rally at the weekend.

Around 60 drivers entered the eight hour event which started and finished at the White Horse Country Park in Westbury.

All the competitive driving took place on private land in woodland at Longleat and Stourhead.

Dave Whittock, clerk of the course said: "This is an event we have been running since 1963 and it does attract drivers from all over the country.

"Anyone who has a roll over cage and full harness seatbelts can enter and the course covers around 100 miles.

"Around 40 out of our 60 entries finished the course which is quite usual, not everyone finishes.

"We had a few local crews enter, some from Devizes and some as far as Ireland entered this year.

"We do get a lot of repeat entry as the event has become quote a tradition."