Scottish motorcycle fans are set for a thrilling spectacle at Knockhill on July 3rd / 4th as racing legend Niall Mackenzie prepares to don his leathers again. Mackenzie has confirmed that he will be a guest rider in the new Henderson Harley-Davidson XR1200 Trophy race, which is thundering into Scotland as a…
This weekend will see British Championship Classic Bike Racing come to Knockhill. With races on both Saturday and Sunday it promises to be an eventful weekend, the event has also attracted an impressive 193 entries.
In terms of Stock Car Racing highlights, this weekend is the BIG ONE! Knockhill Racing Circuit and Cowdenbeath play host to a double header of spectacular World F2 action with racing at Knockhill from 6pm on Saturday night and 1pm on Sunday afternoon at Cowdenbeath.
Organisers of this year’s RallyScotland, the penultimate round of the International Rally Championship, have been forced to make changes to the event following significant financial losses incurred during the inaugural event 12 months ago.
Classic Bike Testing ahead of the National Classic Bike Racing event at Knockhill on 12th/13th June.
If you fancy having a go on a Bike Trackday this is the perfect night for you! It’s all first timers on tomorrow’s (10th June) Intro Bike Track Night.
Knockhill Racing circuit will give one lucky competition winner the chance to design a one off Shoei helmet for Scotland’s British Superbike star Stuart Easton to wear at his home round at Knockhill Racing circuit on the 4th July 2010.
BriSCA F2 Stock Cars are coming to Knockhill this Saturday night and offer fast, spectacular race action, as drivers push, shove and hit one another out of the way in pursuit of glory. This is the World Qualifier so the sound, fury and absolutely thunderous excitement will be second to none on…
Bathgate’s Paul di Resta was left frustrated and angry after a botched pitstop at the Lausitzring cruelly robbed him of his first win in the German DTM Championship for nine months.
Six days after dominating the Indianapolis 500, Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti was left frustrated after failing to win the latest round of the IndyCar Championship, the Firestone 550K at the 1.5-mile Texas Speedway.