Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta bids to kickstart his miserable season when he tackles the latest round of the German Touring Car Championship at Oscherslaben this weekend.
Monthly Archives: July 2009
Shedden returns to BTCC with Clyde Valley
Knockhill boss Gordon Shedden will return to action in the British Touring Car Championship this weekend after signing a season-long deal to lead the Glasgow-based Clyde Valley Racing team.
Franchitti bids for back-to-back Canada wins
Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti bids to extend his two-point lead in the IndyCar Championship by grabbing back-to-back victories in Canada this weekend.
Luti ready to tackle BTCC next year
Scots racer Paul Luti, who seven years ago underwent open heart surgery, has announced plans to contest next year’s British Touring Car Championship and the 26-year-old is taking an innovative approach to raising the funding.
Debut Dyson win for Franchitti in ALMS
Bathgate’s Marino Franchitti scored his debut win with his new Dyson Racing team when he powered his Mazda Lola to LMP2 victory in the latest round of the American Le Mans Series in Connecticut.
Di Resta eyeing first DTM win of the season
Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta will start fifth on the grid for the latest round of the German Touring Car Championship at Zandvoort in Holland. And the 22-year-old Scot believes his Mercedes is capable of clinching his first win of the season.
Scottish SpeedFair and Classic Festival
The 2009 Scottish SpeedFair and Classic Festival will bring a new mix of classic and historic content to continue the growth of the popular event. From action on track, off track, race cars, show cars, motorbikes, rally cars and even a stunt bi-plane, the variety will ensure a great day out for…
Lotus Evora To Make Scottish Debut
The new Lotus Evora is confirmed for SpeedFair. “Not just a great Lotus. It’s good enough to beat the World” – Autocar 13th May 2009. This future classic will be making its Scottish debut at the SpeedFair courtisy of Scottish Lotus Dealers Murray Motor Company.
Franchitti survives Toronto mayhem to win
Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti won an incident-packed IndyCar race in Toronto to leapfrog his Ganassi team-mate Scott Dixon for the lead in the championship.
Scots shine as Higgins wins Manx
Four weeks after scoring maximum points in the Duns-based Jim Clark International Rally, Manxman Mark Higgins stormed to victory in the latest round of the British Rally Championship on the Isle of Man.