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Many tall tales start with the phrase “There was a Scotsman, an Englishman and a Welshman (or an Irishman)…..” Well on 31st March 2019 at the DCC Junior Stages Rally, Ingliston, Edinburgh this was very much the pattern in the winner’s enclosure. The rally attracted 15 young drivers from all 4 UK nations to fight it out on the tight and twisty service roads within the Ingliston Showground in their 1000cc rally cars. The event was a counter in the Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge (Scotland based) and the Junior 1000 Rally Championship (England/Wales based). A couple of competitors were entered in both Championships. But the OVERALL winner’s podium was : Read More »

A sun drenched Royal Highland Centre at Ingliston was the scene for Round 1 of the 2018 Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge on Sunday 25th March. The DCC Junior Stages, supported by WESTON TRANSPORT, was run by Dunfermline Car Club who put on an event that was a real credit to the organisers and their associates and the 12 Junior 1000 crews who crossed the startline loved it. Joining 9 Scottish crews were 2 young drivers from Northern Iraland and 1 from Lancaster, England. Read More »

The Royal Highland Showground at Ingliston was the setting for the first event of the 2017 Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge – the first outing since Anglesey in November 2016 .  Eleven young drivers – all aged 15 to 16 – gathered with their 1000cc rally cars to see who would be in contention to be 2017 Champion. Dunfermline Car Club  were the organisers of the 8 stage, 25 mile Blackwood Plant Hire sponsored  DCC Junior Stages. This would be the first time back at Ingliston for the Juniors  since 2013 and the Junior only Sunday event – which took the same effort  to run  as the 80 car Senior event on the day before – was a really welcome and appreciated addition to the Championship calendar.

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The old racing circuit at Ingliston Showground just outside Edinburgh once again reverbrated to the sound of screaming rally car engines as Dunfermline Car Club welcomed rally crews to the 2012 DCC Stages on 5th May 2012. This was the second round of the Brick & Steel Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge and 12 Junior crews wheeled out their 1000cc machines to do battle in their own Junior DCC Stages. Read More »

After the inaugural meeting of the Brick & Steel Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge at Charterhall at the end of March, the second round will take place at Ingliston, another  famous “old” motor racing centre just outside Edinburgh, on Saturday 5th  May. Registrations for the Championship have risen to 13 with the addition of 3 more drivers, but one misses out due to exams. Read More »

County Durham rally driver Chris Anderson was back in action at Ingliston near Edinburgh where he was contesting his first event since the icy Jack Frost Stages Rally at Croft back in January and came away with a brilliant class win on yesterday’s DCC Ingliston Stages Rally.

The 18-year-old maintenance engineer from Butterknowle near Bishop Auckland was at the wheel of the Chris Birkbeck-prepared ex M-Sport Ford Fiesta, with backing from Wilkinson Maintenance Ltd and John Cullerton & Sons and as the rest of the country sweltered in hot sunshine, rain was prevailing in Scotland. Read More »

County Durham rally driver Chris Anderson recorded a career best result when he took a fine 20th place overall on yesterday’s Howford Hydraulics Tarmac Stages Rally at Ingliston near Edinburgh.

The 17-year-old maintenance engineer from Butterknowle near Bishop Auckland was driving on only his third event at the Dunfermline Car Club event and along with experienced co driver Chris Thirling, the pair made a great start in the Wilkinson Maintenance and John Cullerton & Sons-sponsored and MSR Motorsport-prepared ex Guy Wilks Ford Puma S1600 around the former racetrack near the Scottish airport. Read More »

chris-anderson-1-ih1County Durham rally driver Chris Anderson heads north to Ingliston near Edinburgh this weekend hoping to build on a promising start to his career.

The 17-year-old maintenance engineer from Butterknowle near Bishop Auckland is driving on only his third event with the Dunfermline Car Club-organised Howford Hydraulics Tarmac Stages which is a qualifying round of the AS Performance North of England Tarmac Rally Championship that he is contesting this season. Read More »