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Daily Archives: August 24th, 2012

‘Hello everyone, It’s me Maxi – your favorite MINI – again!

‘Wow, this was what I call a nice day out on the stages. Chris and I had a fantastic day together – I really enjoyed every minute of it. To be fair I was a bit nervous this morning when we set-off from the Service Park as I was going to compete against the other cars for the first time, but I could feel Chris was chillaxed to the max so I tried to go with the flow. Read More »

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The Rally2Raise charity project team will travel to Wigtown next weekend to take part in round 7 of the Scottish Rally Championship, the Jim Broll Merrick Stages.

Driver Rachel Medich, from Aberdeen, and co-driver Katherine Begg, from Morecambe will contest the event in their Clark Motorsport and DMack Tyres-supported Nissan Micra after the rally organising team of Machars Car Club and the Scottish Sporting Car Club generously gave them a free entry. Read More »

Andrew and David Bagley have contacted 2012 medallists to invite them to attend Salon Privé as guests of honour.

The invitation is extended to all GB medallists, and will include Paralympians who start their campaign on 31 August, five days before Salon Privé opens at west London’s Syon Park, running from the 5th to 7th September. Read More »

The MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) is on tour next weekend as cars and drivers from the 2012 series attend the popular Trax Performance Car Show at Silverstone.

The event, which takes place on Sunday 2nd September at the home of the British Grand Prix, will host a selection of BRC cars including M-Sport’s Fiesta R1, Monster Sport Europe’s Twingo R1, James Grint’s Citroën DS3 and from the NGK Spark Plugs BRC Challenge, Tony Simpson’s Fiesta ST. Read More »

The penultimate round of the Brick & Steel Construction Ecosse Challenge heads to the south west corner of Scotland for classic testing stages in the New Galloway region.

A local battle in the Peugeot 205 class between Newton Stewarts  Mark McCulloch who will be trying to head off fellow local Scott Peacock from Castle Douglas. Leading the class is Borders Driver Callum Atkinson who leads by one point from Tom Hynd (Inverbervie), Jordan Black (Lanark) and Adrian Stewart (Aberdeen) so a very tight battle is in prospect. Scott Peacock, Roy McLennan and Mark McCulloch are close behind and will be hoping that the rally goes there way to move them up the points table. Read More »