The first of five challenges was set… Show us who is best at Steering, Braking, Throttle Control, Gear Changing, Consistency, Control and Technique. The venue for this ‘boys versus girls’ challenge was the track; the vehicles were a Sporty SEAT Cupra and a Formula 1 style Racing Car. Most importantly our drivers…
As part of Radio Tays’ recent promotion to give listeners the ultimate day out, Cupar lady Elizabeth Hewitt’s wish was to have a track day experience at Knockhill. With a little help from the team at Knockhill, both Elizabeth and Drive Time presenter Dave Connor enjoyed the Single Seater Race Experience last weekend.
Five days after he was drenched in Champagne and torrential rain as he celebrated on the Esplanade of Stirling Castle, Dungannon’s Kris Meeke has been excluded from the results of the inaugural RallyScotland.
Radio Forth’s popular breakfast show team ‘Boogie and Arlene’ are at Knockhill today – 26th November to settle an age old argument… Who is better at driving – THE BOYS or THE GIRLS?
This Sunday (29th Nov) is the last Hot Marques car trackday.
Lothian and Borders Police’s motorcycle safety campaign has been awarded a prestigious Force Excellence Award.
Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta will take another significant step to joining world champions, Jenson Button and Lewis Hamilton, on the 2010 Formula One grid when he undertakes a three-day test with Force India in Spain next week.
Two of the main protagonists in the inaugural RallyScotland — Lanark’s Alister McRae and Dungannon’s Kris Meeke — have confirmed they will go head-to-head in next year’s Intercontinental Rally Championship (IRC).
The imposing statue of Robert the Bruce on the Esplanade of Stirling Castle could have been forgiven for shaking his head in wonderment and disbelief. High above his head fireworks exploded and around him thousands of rally fans celebrated the finish of the inaugural RallyScotland.
After three days of intense and exhilarating action, even the fireworks which exploded high above the closing ceremony at Stirling Castle couldn’t disguise the sense of anticlimax which followed the ending to the inaugural RallyScotland which fizzled out like a damp squib.