A pensioner has been charged with road traffic offences after allegedly parking his car on a Jim Clark Rally route.
The world-renowned rally was brought to a standstill after a vehicle was found to be blocking the track at the Westruther leg of the weekend-long event on Saturday.
Marshals were forced to redirect competitors cars away from the area and towards an alternative part of the track while the car was moved.
A second stage at Eccles was also cancelled as a result of the delay before Irish driver Keith Cronin claimed victory when the race eventually continued.
It was the first time the race had been held in full since three spectators were killed at the 2014 edition.
No-one was injured in the incident however the race – which has formed part of the calendar since 1999 – was delayed as a result.
A 70-year-old man has since been charged in connection with the incident.
A Police Scotland spokesperson said: “Police attended at the Westruther stage of the Jim Clark Rally on Saturday, May 28 following the report of a vehicle blocking the road.
“There were no injuries and an 70-year-old man has been charged in connection with road traffic offences.”