The Knockhill Motor Sports Club headed for uncharted territory this weekend, having never run a full two day race meeting during their relatively short existence. After an eventful and stress-filled weekend the Club can be pleased with the way things unfolded. A number of major stoppages out-with their control, piled the pressure…
FIFER RORY BUTCHER defied atrocious conditions to score two podium finishes in the Porsche Carrera Cup at Thruxton in Hampshire, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
SCOTLAND’S FASTEST SALOON car racer, Gordon Shedden, moved himself into second place in the British Touring Car Championship with two wins at Thruxton, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
FIFER GORDON SHEDDEN delivered the drive of the day in the opening British Touring Car Championship race at Thruxton, writes Jim McGill. The 33-year-old from Dalgety Bay stormed through from 18th on the grid, to finish sixth. But the Fifer’s race was almost ended at the first corner when his car was…
An incident packed morning of racing at Knockhill produced its fare share of drama and controversy. A number of red flags including three of the Scottish Supertwin race kept marshals, riders and officials on their toes.
Scottish Championship bike racing returned to Knockhill today after a year long absence, with championship races for Scottish Superbikes, Superstock 600 and Scottish Supertwins.
An impressive 19 race programme is in store for race fans next weekend for the return of the SMRC organized Scottish Championship racing, featuring a double header format for the Northern Saloons and Sports Cars Championship and Scottish Legends. The day and a half meeting kicks off with qualifying on Saturday afternoon…
FIFER GORDON SHEDDEN will start from 18th on the grid for the first of tomorrow’s three British Touring Car Championship races at Thruxton after a dramatic session, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
FIFER RORY BUTCHER will start on the front row of the grid for the first time tomorrow in the Porsche Carrera Cup double-header at Thruxton, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
Motorpoint British Supersport Championship competitor David Paton secured pole position for the opening Scottish Superbike Championship race later today. The Double ‘M’ Racing star lapped the 1.3 mile championship circuit in a time of 51.551 seconds to take pole by 0.170 seconds.