FIFER GORDON SHEDDEN continued his blistering start to the British Touring Car Championship by clinching pole position for tomorrow’s opening race at Thruxton, writes Jim McGill. It’s Honda’s third successive pole of the year. CLICK HERE for full report
SCOTLAND’S LEADING motorsport team, St Cyrus-based Celtic Speed, enjoyed another successful qualifying in the Porsche Carrera Cup ahead of tomorrow’s double-header at Thruxton, writes Jim McGill. READ FULL report here
Scottish Championship Car Racing returns to Knockhill this weekend alongside a guest appearance by the Irish Formula Fords.
Car Testing Saturday 30th April 2011 8.30am – 12.30pm Time Class Minutes 8.30-8.55 Formula Fords 25 9.00-9.25 Saloon Group 1 25 9.30-9.55 Saloon Group 2 25 10.00-10.25 Saloon Group 3 25 10.30-10.55 Formula Fords 25 11.00-11.25 Saloon Group 1 25 11.30-11.55 Saloon Group 2 25 12.00-12.25 Saloon Group 3 25 …
IN A SPORTING WEEK which will be dominated by the Champions League semi-finals, the races for the Premiership and the SPL, plus the build-up to the Formula One grand prix in Istanbul, the picturesque Highland town of Fort William will also be the centre of world attention, writes Jim McGill. Of course…
SCOTLAND’S VAUXHALL dealers are gearing themselves up to open the order books for the all-new Astra GTC, writes Jim McGill. Vauxhall, Scotland’s leading manufacturer in terms of new car registrations, will start taking orders for the new three-door model from June 7. CLICK HERE for full report and video
The inaugural Knockhill Motor Sports Club bike race meeting took place at Knockhill this weekend. Last month we reported the tragic loss of Knockhill’s Chief Marshal, Wullie Brown and what a huge bike racing fan he was. As a special tribute Knockhill have decided to award a special trophy to the person…
DUMFRIES RACER ALLAN McNISH will return for the Le Mans 24-Hours in June full of confidence after his all-new Audi R18 Coupe finished the official test day at the 8.47-mile La Sarthe track at the top of the timesheets, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
Over 80 competitors turned out for the inaugural Knockhill Motor Sports Club bike race meeting today (Sunday 24th April).
Entries for this weekends Knockhill Motor Sports Club bike racing event are now closed. Thanks to everyone that has entered and we look forward to seeing you on Sunday.