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Glasgow Trials of September 2 to 6, 1901. Every car had an official observer throughout, so that each stoppage was recorded, save those for punctures. The following cars gained the daily maximum possible of 300 marks:— Class A (£250 or under), Argyll voiturette; Class C (£350 to £500), 8-hp. Arrol-Johnston; Class D (over £500), 9-hp. Napier. A considerable number of other cars came very near the maximum.
In the compulsory hill-climbing trials at Fintry and Gleneagles the highest awards of marks were as follows:—
The highest totals in respect of trustworthiness and hill-climbing were as follows:—
Other points as to which no marks were published, were taken into consideration by the judges, and the gold medals were awarded to two Wolseley cars, a Locomobile, a 16-hp Milnes, and a 6-hp delivery van.