Di Resta storms back in Brit GP

BATHGATE’S PAUL DI RESTA threw off the disappointment of yet another mistake by his Sahara Force India team to storm through from 21st to ninth in the British Grand Prix, writes Jim McGill. The 27-year-old Scot had initially qualified fifth with a blistering lap round the ultra-fast Northamptonshire circuit. CLICK HERE to read full report...
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Di Resta starts fifth in Brit GP

BATHGATE’S PAUL DI RESTA will start his home race, the British Grand Prix, from fifth on the Silverstone grid tomorrow after his best-ever qualifying session, writes Jim McGill. The Sahara Force India racer again emphasised his ability lapping the Northamptonshire circuit in a best time of 1min 30.736secs. CLICK HERE to read full report...
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Fancy a spot of Stock Car Racing this Wednesday…

The Knockhill Stock Car Summer Series returns this Wednesday (26th June) from 6.30pm to 9pm. Topping the bill will be the BriSCA Formula 2 drivers; making their second visit to Knockhill this year, minus the front-running Gordon Moodie who suffered an injury at Taunton. Moodie was the man to beat at Knockhill last time out,...
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McNish leads into Le Mans dark

SCOT ALLAN McNISH’S bid to win his third Le Mans 24-Hours was overshadowed by the death of Aston Martin driver Allan Simonsen, writes Jim McGill. The 34-year-old Dane, one of the elite of the world’s GT drivers, crashed his GTE Pro car heavily into the armco at the Tertre Rouge corner just 10 minutes into...
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Death overshadows Le Mans

SCOT ALLAN McNISH’S bid to win his third Le Mans 24-Hours was overshadowed by the death of Aston Martin driver Allan Simonsen, writes Jim McGill. The Dane crashed his GTE Pro car heavily into the armco at the Tetre Rouge corner just 10 minutes into the 90th anniversary running of the famous French endurance race...
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EXCLUSIVE: Allan McNish Interview

ALLAN McNISH IS TIRED of being the ‘nearly man’. Despite already having two Le Mans 24-Hours victories under his belt, the 43-year-old from Dumfries has a long list of those that ‘got way’, writes Jim McGill. Today he starts the world’s most famous   endurance race from pole position, determined to bag his third win...
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