Considered by many as the toughest event of its kind in Europe, the UK LeJog's will see drivers battling it out on an epic 1,400-mile course between Land's End and John O'Groats from December 1 to 4.
Over 60 cars are to leave Land's End on a route across Britain that will see them travelling through Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Wales, Shropshire, Cheshire, Lancashire, North Yorkshire, Northumbria, Northumberland, East Lothian, West Lothian, North Lanarkshire, and across Scotland to John O'Groats over the four-day period.
Clerk of the Course for LeJog, Peter Nedin, said: "LeJog is one of the toughest events of its kind in Europe, possibly the world, and we constantly strive to maintain this enviable reputation.
"We have no idea what the weather will bring but it certainly won't stop the drivers, who will do all they can to finish the course no matter what the conditions are."
All sorts of cars, built before 1984, will be taking part, including a 1957 MGA coupé driven by Curt Wagner and Horst Pokroppa, a 1965 Mercedes-Benz 230 SL driven by Jochen Gabriel and Onder Turker and a 1974 Datzun 240 Z driven by Riccardo Moraldi and Pietro Turrinelli, among others including BMWs, Alfa Romeos, Triumphs and Porsches.