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BATHGATE’S PAUL DI RESTA stormed through the field from 17th on the grid, after a disastrous qualifying session, to finish ninth in the Monaco Grand Prix, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
Knockhill Racing Circuit today hosted its first car race meeting of the season and saw some blistering on-track action on the Reverse Circuit courtesy of various Scottish classes, Mazda racing and the NEW Super Lap Scotland Championship featuring super-tuned Evos, Imprezas and Focuses.
BATHGATE’S PAUL DI RESTA was left livid after his Sahara Force India engineers made the wrong tyre decision during qualifying, writes Jim McGill. As a result, the 27-year-old Scot failed to make it out of Q1 and starts tomorrow’s race from a disappointing 17th on the grid. CLICK HERE to read full…
BATHGATE’S DARIO FRANCHITTI aims to make even more history tomorrow when he bids to win the Indianapolis 500 for a fourth time, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report
This weekend we will be hosting the John Young Signs Race Day – featuring Knockhill Motor Sports Club Car Racing, Mazda Racing and the ALL NEW Super Lap Scotland in association with RA Motorsport Developments.
There are a few places left for the Bike Track Morning tomorrow from 9am – 1pm. There’s 3 groups; Novice, Intermediate & Advance. BOOK YOUR PLACE HERE
It looks like a bumper turn out of formula II drivers are heading to Knockhill for the third of the World Championship qualifying rounds over a 5 day period in Scotland.
SCOT PAUL DI RESTA will climb straight out of his own bed and take to the tight streets of Monaco on Thursday hoping his strong start to the Formula One season isn’t about to be scuppered by Pirelli, writes Jim McGill. CLICK HERE to read full report