There are spaces available in the Car Tracknight Open Session on Tuesday 3rd May from 6pm – 8pm. Only £60 in advance or £70 on the night. Registration starts at 5pm with a full safety briefing at 5.45pm. The track is live from 6pm – 8pm. Book your place HERE.
BATHGATE’S DARIO FRANCHITTI recovered from having to pit at the end of the opening lap for a new nose cone to finish fourth in the rain-hit latest round of the IndyCar Championship in Brazil, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE for full report
A TRIO OF Edinburgh racers dominated the latest triple-header in the Celtic Speed Scottish Mini Cooper Cup at Knockhill. Between them the trio of Vic Covey, and brothers Tim and David Sleigh, notched two wins and a further five podiums in the three races, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE for full report
DUNFERMLINE’S RORY BUTCHER continued his excellent debut season in the Porsche Carrera Cup Pro-Am1 Championship when he notched two podium finishes in the latest double-header at Thruxton, writes Jim McGill. The 25-year-old, in his rookie season contesting the UK’s most competitive series with St Cyrus-based sportscar team Celtic Speed, returned from Hampshire…
FIFER GORDON SHEDDEN won his first British Touring Car Championship of the season, and followed it up with a second place, as he enjoyed his best weekend of the year in the latest triple-header at Thruxton, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
Knockhill Racing Circuit played host to the Sir Jackie Stewart Trophy race meeting this weekend. In total 20 races were run over the weekend including a double header for Legends competitors (six races), Irish and Scottish Formula Fords races and a full compliment of Scottish Championship car races.
SCOTS RALLY ACE David Bogie extended his lead in the British Rally Championship when he dominated the third round, the Carlisle-base Pirelli International Rally, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report