RACE2RECOVERY, THE TEAM created by injured British servicemen, many of who are amputees, became not only the first disabled team to enter the Dakar Rally, but the first to finish, writes Jim McGill. The team, led by Captain Tony Harris, documented their progress through the gruelling 6000 miles across South America for…
Due to overnight snowfall the racing car experiences, Ferrari and Aston experiences have been cancelled today (Saturday). Please call the office to re-arrange your booking. 01383 723337 There will be updates later re Sundays rally experience
Unfortunately we have to change the date for the AGM (originally scheduled for 19th Jan). This will now take place on Sunday 17th March at 1.00pm.
BATHGATE’S PAUL DI RESTA took to the stage at the Autosport International Show today and explained he feels his Sahara Force India team needs a stronger pre-season in 2013, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
Unfortunately, due to snow the Car Trackday today has been cancelled. Anyone who was pre-booked will receive a full refund or credit. The next Car Trackday is on Sunday 27th January (Hot Hatch).
FORMULA ONE ACE Paul di Resta’s younger brother, Stefan, is being lined up to contest the Porsche Carrera Cup with Scots sportscar team Celtic Speed, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
BATHGATE’S PAUL DI RESTA heads to Birmingham this weekend for the annual Autosport International Show, but first he stopped off today at the Sahara Force India headquarters at Silverstone. After a series of meetings with his team, he spoke briefly with Jim McGill before jumping into a car and heading to Birmingham…
THE START OF ANY new year is always an exciting time, but for those with an interest in cars, the beginning of 2013 triggers the mouthwatering prospect of at least 164 new models being introduced over the next 12 months, writes Jim McGill. We can’t promise to bring you roadtests of them…
This Sunday (13th Jan) we kick off the Car Trackday Season with a 3 hour Car Trackday Open Session from 12pm – 3pm. For only £70 in advance or £80 on the day. Registration from 11am, safety briefing at 11.45am. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE
SCOTS RACERS FILLED two of the top five places after the first official test session for the Daytona 24 Hours in Florida, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report