This Gloucestershire-based enthusiast, known for his love of the Reliant marque and for his work with the Sabre and Scimitar Owners Club, was also one of the founding fathers of historic rallying.
He competed in a variety of cars, including a Sunbeam Tiger, Aston Martin and a Lancia Stratos. However, his name will always be linked with Reliant sportscars, in which he competed extensively in rallies and speed events.
One of the leading Bugatti enthusiasts and competitors died in June, aged 77.
Hamish was a true adventurer, and co-drove for Keith Schellenberg on the 1968 London-to-Sydney rally. The intrepid duo got as far as India in their 8-litre Bentley before finally being forced out of the rally. Other epic journeys he tackled included driving across America in a 1924 Bugatti.
Hamish was equally enthused by the classic aircraft scene.
The British Hillclimb scene has lost a great competitor and one of its most ardent supporters. This Midlands businessman was a regular feature on the hills in his monstrous ex-works Audi Sport quattro, a 700bhp Pikes Peak version of the famous rally car.
His most famous achievement with the quattro was setting a closed-car record at Shelsley Walsh (28.58sec), which has stood unbeaten for 10 years.