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.