Knockhill Sports Club News

Welcome to the second newsletter of Scotland’s newest bike club, the Knockhill Motor Sports Club. We are delighted with the interest shown in our four bike meetings this year, our membership level is fast approaching 100 already. Knockhill_Newsletter2 Click the link to read the full document...
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Highlander Lewis gets his Red Bull wings

HIGHLANDER LEWIS WILLIAMSON believes joining the GP3 team owned by Red Bull Formula One principal Christian Horner, and racer Mark Webber, will help fast-track him to a place on the grand prix grid alongside fellow Scot Paul di Resta, writes Jim McGill. The 21-year-old from Golspie has signed for the Banbury-based MW Arden team run...
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Bahrain postpones F1 grand prix

BAHRAIN HAS taken the brave, but sensible decision not to host the opening grand prix of the 2011 Formula One season on March 13, writes Jim McGill. The announcement comes after days of uncertainty following the political unrest and killings in the country. The decision means the F1 teams will also not travel to Bahrain...
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Bogie bowled over by Snowman win

SCOTS RALLY ACE David Bogie began his bid for a third successive Scottish Rally Championship title by dominating today’s opening round, the Inverness-based Snowman Rally, writes Jim McGill. The 23-year-old from Dumfries, who lifted the championship in 2009 and ’10, powered his Mitsubishi Evo IX to a comfortable 30sec victory ahead of another Evo IX...
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Bogie aiming for Scots rally hat-trick

DOUBLE SCOTTISH rally champ David Bogie, begins the defence of his Scottish Rally Championship tomorrow in the traditional season opener, the Inverness-based Snowman Rally, writes Jim McGill. The 23-year-old from Dumfries, winner of back-to-back titles, will again drive his trusty Mitsubishi Evo IX in the 44-mile event which forecasters predict could well be run in...
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