Bathgate’s Paul di Resta will take a break from his Formula One duties with Force India this weekend to launch his assault on the DTM Championship with Mercedes at Hockenheim.
Scotland’s two most talented young rally stars, 19-year-old Dave Weston jnr and 22-year-old David Bogie, bid to unsettle defending British champ Keith Cronin when they tackle the Carlisle-based Pirelli International Rally today.
Knockhill instructor Craig Brunton was obviously delighted with his opening race weekend of the season taking victory in both Formula Ford 1600 races at Knockhill Racing Circuit last weekend.
Fresh from bagging his second maximum points haul in the Hankook Scottish Rally Championship, defending champ David Bogie faces a helter-skelter weekend.
Defending Hankook Scottish Rally champ David Bogie continued his domination of this year’s campaign when he won the Granite City Rally. It was the second time this season he’d bagged a maximum points haul.
After a three-year absence, Knockhill is delighted to announce the return of the MSA Quaife British Rallycross Championship on Sunday 25th April.
Book into the Hot Hatch Car Trackday this Saturday and you can save £10! Tracktime starts at 2pm until 6pm. There are only 3 sessions so make sure you get booked in now! This one is FREE entry. Sign on from 1pm.
The 2010 Scottish Championship Car Racing season opened at Knockhill yesterday afternoon (Sunday 18th April). There were wins for returning Mini Cooper driver Oliver Mortimer, Formula Ford competitor Craig Brunton and a celebrity drive for Scottish Sun motor sport columnist John Dorran.
A 2010 Force India Formula One car will be on show this Sunday at the inaugrual SMRC race meeting of the year. The stunning car will be outside the Circuit Office for everyone to admire and take photograghs of. With Scotland’s own Paul di Resta doing so well as the support driver…