A furious Dario Franchitti, who won seven days earlier in California, blamed Graham Rahal for the crash which ended the Bathgate driver’s charge through the field in the latest round of the IndyCar Championship in Kansas.
Monthly Archives: April 2009
Scots team bags first BTCC podiums
Glasgow-based Clyde Valley Racing notched its first-ever podium finishes in the British Touring Car Championship when Adam Jones powered his Cartridge World Seat Leon to second and third at Thruxton.
Bogie throws away Granite victory
A week after grabbing his first podium finish in the British Rally Championship, Dumfries 21-year-old David Bogie threw away victory in the third round of the Hankook Scottish Rally Championship when he crashed on the final stage.
Franchitti fourth-fastest in Kansas
Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti, a winner on the streets of Long Beach in California last Sunday, was fourth-fastest in pre-qualifying ahead of tomorrow’s first oval race of the season in Kansas.
Giovanardi takes BTCC pole: Adam 11th
Double champ Fabrizio Giovanardi grabbed pole position for tomorrow’s opening race in the British Touring Car Championship triple-header at Thruxton despite his Vauxhall being almost destroyed in today’s testing.
Franchitti aims to extend Indy lead
Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti, a winner on the streets of Long Beach in California last weekend, aims to extend his lead in the IndyCar Championship when he tackles the first oval race of the season in Kansas on Sunday.
Adam gunning for Thruxton success
Three weeks after being denied his first win in the British Touring Car Championship when stewards controversially relegated him to second, Scots racing ace Jonathan Adam returns to action in this weekend’s triple-header at Thruxton determined to claim victory.
Bogie ready to start title push
Fresh from his first podium finish in the British Rally Championship, Dumfries 21-year-old David Bogie steps up his bid to be crowned Hankook Scottish Rally Champion when he tackles tomorrow’s Aberdeen-based Granite City Rally.
Double Mini success for Mortimer
Edinburgh’s Oly Mortimer got his assault on the British Mini Championship off to a flying start when he claimed two wins in the opening triple-header at Rockingham in Northamptonshire.
IndyCar delight for Franchitti
Just three races into his IndyCar comeback, Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti returned to winning ways when he dominated the Grand Prix of Long Beach in California. The 35-year-old Scot comfortably won by 3.3182secs from Penske’s Will Power.