By not revealing such details, ignorance can be claimed and authorship denied!
Nope, the real reason is that it is much more fun to recognise the faces and try to remember the names yourselves, is it not?
In this case, these photographs were taken at the 1993 Scottish Motor Show held in the SECC in Glasgow.
The competition took place in an auditorium in one of the SECC's huge halls where a pretty professional stage display depicting two pit stop garages had been constructed. And although the competition title bore testament to 'racing royalty' it wasn't JYS who undertook the staging of this competition. Nope, much of the donkey work was left to an impressionable young (-ish?) motor sports journalist!
Amongst the teams were this lot, and no they didn't win. Coming from the dark depths of industrial Lanarkshire, it had to be explained to the 'Bears' in words of one syllable (or less) plus a few descriptive grunts that hydraulic jacks had to be used. Simply lifting the car off the deck by hand was not allowed. Also torque wrenches had to be used - over tightening by fingers was not permitted!
Ah, such innocence. They were indeed much younger then, but most of them are readily identifiable today, are they not? Although in the interest of personal safety, I have no idea who they are.
And yes, there are indeed more photographs!