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Michael Binnie hauled his Mitsubishi Evo IX to a blistering RSAC Scottish Rally win on Saturday [23 July], beating a plethora of modern machinery to ensure his hopes of a KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship title remain firmly alive.

Co-driven by the experienced Claire Mole, Binnie stormed to fastest time on half of the event’s eight special stages in the Dumfries and Galloway forests, to seal a stellar 45 second win over the chasing Hugh Brunton in his Ford Fiesta R5, whilst David Henderson snatched a last-gasp podium with third in his Fiesta Rally2. Read More »


ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship reveal nominees for the John Horton Star Driver Award shootout.

Organisers of the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship are delighted to announce the finalists for the inaugural SRC John Horton Star Driver Award, to be held at Kames Motorsport Centre on 20th September.

The winner of the shoot-out selected by the judging panel will receive an entry to a high-level European event. Entry fee, travel and accommodation costs will be covered and contributions towards fuel and tyres will be also be included courtesy of the championship partners. The prize fund is expected to be worth in the region of £2000. Read More »

Promising Cornhill driver Michael Binnie has firmly set out his intentions for the remainder of the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship, by acquiring John Wink’s Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX for the final two rounds of the series.

Binnie, co-driven by Duns’ Claire Mole, has campaigned an outdated Mitsubishi Lancer Evo V in 2017 and despite its age, currently sits eighth overall in the championship and third in both the Challengers and class ten. Read More »

The 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) has been as captivating as ever, with three winners from four events and plenty of exhilarating battles across the quality field.

Euan Thorburn and Paul Beaton took overall victory on last weekend’s RSAC Scottish Rally to extend their championship lead as the series crosses the halfway marker. It wasn’t just the Duns and Inverness pairing that were celebrating on Saturday night though, with plenty of others tasting success across the SRC classes. Read More »