Scots racing team Clyde Valley Racing have taken a significant step closer towards debuting in the British Touring Car Championship next year by securing the first of two Seat Leons they will run in the series.
Scot Allan McNish has capped a memorable year, which included winning the Le Mans 24-Hours in June, by being voted Driver of the Decade in the American Le Mans Series.
Fifer Jonathan Adam has taken another significant step towards graduating to the British Touring Car Championship next year after setting a series of ultra-competitive times during a test with the Motorbase BMW team at Brands Hatch.
Vauxhall could have chosen anywhere in the world to hold the press launch of its “must succeed” model, the Vectra replacement, Insignia. So, where did they hold the glamourous event? South of France? Morocco? Portugal? Somewhere lovely and warm in Italy; like Tuscany?. Oh no; Vauxhall chose Scotland. Now don’t get me…