Scot Paul di Resta’s new Force India Formula One team will unveil its 2010 racer in Spain next week, but the 23-year-old from Bathgate will have to wait another seven days before he drives the car for the first time.
The British Superbike Championship, promoted by MotorSport Vision, is the most successful motor sport championship in the UK, attracting bigger crowds and TV audiences than any other national series. During 2009, 368,000 people attended BSB events across the country and 8,000,000 fans watched 310 hours of television on the live Eurosport and…
In 39 days, Scots racer Paul di Resta will swap the blustery snow of Glasgow for the sweltering heat of Bahrain for the Formula One season’s opener after he was officially unveiled as the reserve and test driver for Force India.
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In the wake of Andy Murray’s loss in the final of the Australian Open, Scottish sport will get a major boost this week when Formula One team Force India finally confirms Bathgate’s Paul Di Resta as its new reserve and test driver.
Scot Ryan Dalziel delivered a dazzling performance to help his Action Express Racing team win America’s Blue Riband event, the Daytona 24-Hours, for the first time.
The legacy of Colin McRae’s global reputation and success in motorsport has continued after Alison McRae, wife of the late World Rally Champion, presented a cheque for £35,000 to Yorkhill Children’s Hospital in Glasgow.
Scots racers Dario Franchitti and Ryan Dalziel will go head-to-head in this weekend’s Daytona 24-Hours race in Florida, the season opener in the Grand-Am Championship.
Wishaw’s Ryan Dalziel hopes to get his American sportscar season off to a winning start this weekend when he tackles the Daytona 24-Hours in his Riley-Porsche Daytona Prototype.
Today’s Speed Sunday (January 24th) is up and running and we are delighted to get the 2010 season off to a flyer. There is plenty of space on track, so why no come along and have your first taste of track action. Gate admission is only £8 with on track fee £55…