Fifer Jonathan Adam, who retained his Seat Cupra Championship this year, will undergo a two-day evaluation test in a British Touring Car Championship BMW at Brands Hatch, starting tomorrow.
Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta was left contemplating what might have been after his bid to win the German Touring Car Championship was wrecked in the run-up to the first corner at the season finale at Hockenheim.
Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta will start one place ahead of Audi’s Timo Scheider, the man he must beat in tomorrow’s German Touring Car Championship finale at Hockenheim if he is to be crowned champion.
Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti marked his return to IndyCars, after a frustrating season in Nascar, by qualifying his Target Ganassi fourth on the grid for tomorrow’s non-championship race at Surfers Paradise in Australia.
Almost a year after he last raced in single-seaters, Dario Franchitti signalled his return to Champs Cars by posting the third-quickest time in pre-qualifying for Sunday’s race at Surfers’ Paradise in Australia. And the 35-year-old Scot, who won the IndyCar Championship and Indy500 last season, believes he can mark his comeback with…
Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta struck the first psychological blow ahead of Sunday’s German Touring Car Championship shoot-out at Hockenheim when he posted the fastest time in free practice with his final lap of the day.
Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta completed his second two-day test with the McLaren Formula One team at Silverstone and believes he has helped his friend Lewis Hamilton become world champion.
Two of Scotland’s brightest young up-and-coming single-seat racers, Edinburgh’s Graham Carroll and Dunfermline’s Rory Butcher, delivered impressive performances at the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch.
One of Scotland’s most promising rally youngsters, David Bogie, made up for narrowly missing out on the Scottish Rally Championship by clinching the Mitsubishi UK Evolution title in North Wales. In doing so he bagged himself a works drive in Rally GB.
Scotland’s trio of young single-seater racers all qualified for tomorrow’s semi-finals of the prestigious Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch in Kent. While Edinburgh’s Graham Carroll won his qualifying heat in confident style, Glasgow’s David Brown finished second in his race with Dunfermline’s Rory Butcher fifth.