Forty-eight hours after Glasgow-based Clyde Valley Racing was forced to withdraw from the weekend’s British Touring Car Championship triple-header at Silverstone, team boss Colin Neill has revealed that sponsors let the team down.
Steve Hislop, affectionately known as “Hizzy”, had 11 Isle of Man TT Victories to his credit. He also won the British 250cc title in 1990 and was twice British Superbike Champion. In addition, he was the first person to achieve an average speed of 120mph at the TT. That Steve was a…
Scots racer Glynn Geddie continued his march towards the Porsche Carrera Cup Pro-Am1 Championship when he won the latest double-header at Silverstone.
Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti finished a frustrating fourth in the latest round of the IndyCar Championship in Chicago after being pipped for third in the final sprint to the line by just 0.0298secs by Brazilian Mario Moraes.
Knockhill Racing Circuit today welcomed the cream of Irish bike racing to Fife this afternoon (Sunday 30th August). Irish competitors lined up alongside their Scottish counterparts to compete in the Ulster Centre Short Circuit Championship.
While Chevrolet’s Mat Jackson bagged pole position for the first of tomorrow’s British Touring Car Championship triple-header at Silverstone, Fifer Gordon Shedden was coming to terms with the news his Clyde Valley Racing team had quit the series.
A week after leading from flag-to-flag in California, Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti will line up third on the grid for the latest round of the IndyCar Championship at the 1.5-mile Chicagoland Speedway.
With a grid capacity of 26 at Knockhill, the inaugural visit of the British GT Cup is almost at its limit with 24 confirmed entries, so far. An amazing selection of cars has entered including cars from Aston Martin, Lamborghini, Ferrari, Corvette and Porsche, making it the single biggest GT race ever…
“BIG BOSS BILLY” of Real Radio is the latest guest driver of the Tynecastle Garage backed Mini Cooper at Knockhill. Otherwise known as Billy Anderson, Regional Director of GMG Radio, who operate Real Radio, Smooth FM and Rock Radio.
Scots veteran and Knockhill favourite Anthony Reid will return to British Touring Car Championship action this weekend at Silverstone when he pilots a BMW in a bid to help West Surrey Racing’s Colin Turkington win the title.