SCOTLAND’S RISING YOUNG rally star, John MacCrone, threw off the disappointment of the opening day to post fourth-fastest times in the final two stages of the WRC Academy in Portugal, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
THE BANK OF Scots contesting this year’s Porsche Carrera Cup delivered a series of impressive laps during the opening qualifying at Brands Hatch today, writes Jim McGill. Best-placed man was Celtic Speed’s Rory Butcher. CLICK HERE to read full report
THE FINE MARGINS which distinguish between success and failure at the highest levels of motorsport are miniscule, as both Scotland’s John MacCrone and eight-time world rally champion, Sebastien Loeb, discovered in Portugal, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
*******Unfortunately due to snow we have cancelled tonight, a new date will be advised soon. ****** The Knockhill Motor Sports Clubs first social night at the Rowantree Tavern near Balloch has been added to with the presence of Scotlands ace Touring Car driver Gordon “Flash” Shedden. Gordon will be fresh from the first round…
With little more than 7 days to go until the 2012 MCE British Superbike Championship gets underway at Brands Hatch, Rapid Solicitors Kawasaki duo Shane Byrne and Stuart Easton stopped off at Knockhill for some final testing today (29th March).
To celebrate the return of the BTCC (this weekend) and fingers crossed a race winning start for Knockhill’s Gordon Shedden, we’ve pulled together these two stonking offers.
Bentley Glasgow rolled into Knockhill today to showcase some of their latest models to potential clients. An impressive lineup which included the CFS Speed, GT W12, GTC V8, Mulsanne, Continental Flying Spur and the record breaking Supersports ISR were all available for track demonstrations.
SCOTLAND’S LATEST YOUNG rally ace, John MacCrone, faces one of the toughest rallies of his career when he makes his debut in the WRC Academy tomorrow, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
Another sunny day at Knockhill was just the recipe for our first full Hot Hatch Car trackday of the 2012 season. Around 130 drivers took the plunge and joined the Hot Hatch sessions on track, whilst several others enjoyed the free lunch-time drag and drift competitions.
BATHGATE’S PAUL DI RESTA survived a thunder and lightning storm, torrential rain, and an early spin induced by the Williams of Pastor Maldonado to finish seventh in the Malaysian Grand Prix, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report