Jim Clark's title winning car from the 1963 Formula One season is being paraded through the village of Duns in the Scottish Borders.
It comes on the 50th anniversary of Clark winning his first F1 World Championship. The Berwickshire-born driver won eight races in the Lotus 25 Chassis R4 on his way to claiming the 1963 title.
Also featuring will be Clark's back-up car from that season and a number of classic vehicles, including the Lotus Elan.
The cars are being driven in convoy from Duns to nearby Chirnside Churchyard where a ceremony will be held at Clark's graveside. He died whilst racing in Germany aged 32.
Duns will celebrate the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark's first Formula One World Championship win today.
Clark's winning car from the 1963 season, along with four others, will be paraded through the village streets from Midday.
Jim Clark won eight races on his way to claiming the 1963 Formula One title. Five years later he died during a race at Hockenheim, in Germany aged just 32.
Police in the Scottish Borders have found the body of a 39-year-old man who was reported missing from his home in Duns on Wednesday (10th April).
Richard Easton's body was found in a lay-by near a picnic area in Teviothead in Hawick last night (11th April).
Police say there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death.
A 39-year-old man from Duns in the Scottish Borders has gone missing.
Richard Easton is believed to have left his Knock Cottage home at around 2.30pm yesterday (10th April), and has not been seen since.
Mr Easton left in his silver Volvo S40, and may have travelled to Dumfries and Galloway or towards south Lanarkshire.
He is described as white, 6 foot tall with a slim build, with short brown hair, blue eyes and glasses.
Inspector Brian MacFarlane from Police Scotland said:
"It's around 24 hours since anyone has heard from Richard and as such we are keen to locate him as soon as possible.
"Anyone who has seen or heard from him in this time, or can help officers trace him is asked to contact police immediately.
"Similarly, Richard is also asked to come forward to police, family or friends and let someone know that he's safe and well."
Those with information can contact Police Scotland on 101.
Around £50,000 worth of jewellery has been stolen from a house in the Scottish Borders.
The break-in was discovered at around 4.15pm on Friday (15th February) at a property in Main Street near Duns in Berwickshire.
A family member returned to the house to find various pieces of expensive jewellery had been taken.
Lothian and Borders Police are keen to trace the driver of a white Transit van, seen in the area at the time.
– Detective Constable Keith Brydon, Lothian and Borders Police
"The property owners have been left devastated by the theft of their jewellery and are keen to have the items returned as soon as possible.
"We would like to hear from anyone who remembers seeing anything suspicious in the Main Street area of Gavinton between the 9th and 15th February and are particularly keen to speak to those who remember seeing a white Transit van, which was seen outside the address on Friday afternoon.
"Similarly, anyone with any other information that can assist with our investigation is also asked to come forward."
It's a tradition unique to the scottish borders and the common riding season has wound it's way round to Duns and Annan today. No english invaders were spotted on the ritual patrolling of either town's boundaries this morning, so the festivities could get underway in earnest.
The ridings are a festival of civic pride dating back hundreds of years to the times of the reivers. These days the common riding is a chance to celebrate with friends.
Firefighters in the Borders have been tackling a fire in a grain silo at Charter House Farm near Duns for over 24 hours.
Crews were called at 8.05am on Saturday and are still at the incident.
A spokesperson said: "It is a large silo, 10 metres by 4 metres, and we are having to empty out all of the grain to make sure the fire won't restart."
In Peebles the fire investigation team are trying to determine how a fire started in a hunting chalet.The hunting lodge has been severely damaged by the fire on West Loch Farm. Crews are still in attendance for dampening down.