At some stage in our lives, most of us will have driven, or at least been a passenger, in a Ford Fiesta. Since its launch in 1977, when it redefined small-car motoring in Britain, the Fiesta has become an ever-present on Scotland’s roads. With 3.4m sold in the UK, it’s a family…
Fifer Andrew Kirkaldy powered his CR Scuderia Ferrari F430GT to a double victory in the latest round of the FIA World GT2 Championship on the streets of Bucharest.
A 20-mile convoy of 1300 Subarus will tomorrow celebrate the life of former world rally champ Colin McRae, who died in a helicopter crash last September, and bid to break two official Guinness World Records at Prodrive’s test track in Warwickshire.
Bathgate’s Dario Franchitti continued his bid to win the Rookie Driver of the Year when he qualified on the front row of the grid for the latest round of the Nascar Nationwide Series, the Food City 250 at the Bristol Motor Speedway in Tennessee.
Aberdeen’s Ryan Sharp, driving his JetAlliance Aston Martin DBR9, was denied pole position for the sixth round of the FIA GT World Championship in Bucharest by the Corvette of Marcel Fassler and Jean-Denis Deletraz. The Scot though, partnered by Austria’s former F1 racer Karl Wendlinger, outpaced the Vitaphone Maserati of third-placed Michael…
Rangers’ bid to win the inaugural Superleague Formula Championship struggled to get off the starting line when the team’s 750bhp, V12 race car failed to turn a wheel in anger in the season’s first official test at Donington Park.
Just days after the British Touring Car Championship visited Knockhill, one of Scotland’s most up-and-coming racing drivers, Edinburgh’s Oly Mortimer, has received a career-saving opportunity.
Wishaw racing ace Ryan Dalziel jets into the UK today from his adopted home in Orlando to test the Rangers car in the new Superleague Formula at Donington Park. The 26-year-old will start the new season as one of the favourites to lift the inaugural title.
Dumfries racer Allan McNish steered his diesel-engined Audi home to fourth place in the penultimate round of the Le Mans Series at the Nürburgring.
Seat duo Jason Plato and Darren Turner dominated the British Touring Car Championship triple-header at Knockhill winning all three rounds. But while Turner was pleased to win the day’s final race, former champ Plato was left incensed.