Frustration in the rain for Scots at Croft

Former Knockhill race instructor, Colin Turkington, bagged back-to-back victories in the latest rounds of the British Touring Car Championship at a rain-lashed Croft near Darlington. But while the Irishman was celebrating in his RAC BMW, Knockhill director Gordon Shedden was left ruing another nightmare weekend in his Team Halfords Honda Civic Type-R. A fortnight after...
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Truckmania Produces Trophies for TOP TRUCKERS

The first ever staging of ‘TRUCKMANIA’ at Knockhill Racing Circuit took place today (Sunday 1st June) with a fabulous display of Scotland’s finest knights of the road and their trucks. Photo shows the Trophy Winners from the various categories along with the judges. Dougie Fraser, President of the Scottish Truckers Club said “all the members...
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Legends to be Remembered at Classic Speedfair

It is fitting that the 40th Anniversary of the twice F1 World Champion’s tragic death be marked at Knockhill as Jim Clark was born in Kilmany in Fife. Jim’s name will forever be linked to Lotus who will also add much excitement to the event by celebrating 60 years of producing sports cars which are...
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Fabulous Ferraris Racing at Classic Speedfair

Motor racing will be a major part of Classic SpeedFair with a stunning array of racing Ferraris at the heart of the action. The Ferrari Owner’s Club will bring its two race series, the Pirelli Ferrari Formula Classic and the Pirelli Ferrari Open, to Scotland for the first time. Organisers will have around 40 racing...
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Major Classic Event Grows in Stature and YOU Can Help!

Scotland’s National Motorsport Centre, Knockhill Racing Circuit, near Dunfermline in Fife is proud to be hostingthe third Scottish Classic SpeedFair on Sunday 8th June. Naturally, there will be a strong Scottish content on the programme including a special tribute to Scotland’sgreatest racing driver, Jim Clark who was killed on the 7th of April 1968 whilst...
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Scots on pole at Croft

Two weeks after enduring a nightmare outing at Thruxton, Fifer Gordon Shedden will start the first of Sunday’s British Touring Car Championship triple-header at Croft near Darlington from the front row of the grid. The 29-year-old from Dalgety Bay, who was twice forced to retire his Team Halfords Honda after it suffered a puncture when...
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Franchitti returns to Nascar action

Five weeks after breaking his left ankle in a 180mph crash at Talladega, Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti returns to Nascar action this weekend when he contests the latest round of the Nationwide Series at Dover. The 35-year-old Scot, who completed a two-day test at Pocono Raceway in his Ganassi Dodge earlier this week, is eager to...
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Mercedes’ stunning SL63 AMG

It’s not often we, as motoring journalists, roadtest something which makes the hairs on the back of your neck stand to attention through the combination of exclusiveness, excitement, sheer unadulterated power, supreme technology and stylishness. But when Mercedes comes knocking on your door and offers you the opportunity to drive the new SL63 AMG, you...
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