The two men who died in a horror crash in the Highlands have been named as a 36-year-old from Aberdeenshire and a 39-year-old from England.
Police last confirmed that Terence Noble, 36, from Macduff and Christopher Giles, 39, from the Blackpool area, died in a collision near Aviemore late on Friday night.
The black Ford S-Max which the men were travelling in veered from the road and crashed into a tree on the B970 near Inverdruie at 11.45pm.
Mr Giles was driving the vehicle and Mr Noble was the front seat passenger.
Officers have said there were no other passengers within the Ford and no other vehicles were involved in the collision.
The stretch of road was closed for around eight hours to allow officers to carry out investigations at the scene.
Commenting online last night, Simone Thomson wrote: “RIP uncle Terry. You will be so so missed.”
Aberdeen woman, Lorraine Burns, added: “Still can’t believe you are gone. You will forever be in our hearts.”
Sergeant Alasdair Mackay, of Highland and Islands road policing, last night issued an appeal for information on the incident.
He said: “Our thoughts remain with the families of both men at this time.
“We are continuing with inquiries to establish the full circumstances of this incident.
“The car was travelling west in the direction of Aviemore before the collision and we would ask anyone who may have seen it on the road, or who has information which has not yet been passed on, to come forward.
“This includes anyone who may have dash-cam footage or private CCTV from a business or property in the area.”
Sergeant Mackay said that although the tragedy occurred late in the evening, the road is a “busy” one and is continuing to ask the public for assistance in aiding the investigation.
Anyone with information can help by contacting police on 101 and quoting incident 4537 of Friday, 7 February.