An interesting and suitably bonkers email popped in to the Autocar inbox this morning, one that we think most car enthusiasts will appreciate.
The email – enigmatically signed 'RU BRZ' and seemingly written by one of Subaru's svelte new coupés – refers to editor Jim Holder's mention of the UK's first Subaru BRZ - the sister car to the Toyota GT86 - being delivered to its owner, Ed Horner, in a previous issue.
I'm a Subaru BRZ and I've recently been delivered in the UK, perhaps the second BRZ to be delivered after Ed Horner's. Ed's BRZ and I were probably on the same boat. We passed the Mediterranean, and arrived in rainy England.
No hanging about – I've been off to Scotland, where I caused a bit of a stir amongst the locals during their lunch break!
In the attached pictures I am visiting John O' Groats, and Ardvreck Castle, on the shores of Loch Assynt, on Scotland's west coast. We stayed at Inchnadamph, where there's a lodge that used to be home to Lord Rootes, of the Rootes Car Company.
It's not rained there for a couple of months, until yesterday...