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Jock Armstrong and Paula Swinscoe won their second consecutive Brick & Steel Border Counties rally this weekend and with it, round two of the 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC).

The Subaru Impreza crew won the event by just under 20 seconds, taking the lead early on and holding onto their advantage throughout the day. Read More »

The ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) proved to be as thrilling as ever last month with the 2017 season opener in Inverness providing an action packed start to the season at the Snowman Rally. That titanic battle is set to continue on round two of the championship this weekend, the Brick & Steel Border Counties Rally (Saturday 18th March). Read More »

Organisers of the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) are delighted to confirm that the overall SRC Champion and SRC Junior Champion will receive a free entry to the 2017 Dayinsure Wales Rally GB thanks to the Road to Wales programme.

In co-operation with the Motor Sports Association (MSA), International Motor Sports (IMS) and Wales Rally GB, the 2017 Scottish Rally Champion and 2017 Junior Champion will travel to North Wales to compete in the National section of Britain’s round of the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC). Read More »

Mull Car Club is proud to announce outline details of the Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally which will take place on 24th June 2017 in Dunoon and the nearby forests.

The rally has been made possible with support from Dunoon Presents and aims to support local business by bringing the event to the town. Read More »

Organisers of this year’s RSAC Scottish Rally have this week confirmed an exciting new format for the event which will play host to both the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) and ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) on the 19th and 20th May.bogie-scottish16 Read More »

snowman17-wilsonDavid Bogie and Kevin Rae kick-started the 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) last weekend with their third victory on the Inverness based Arnold Clark Jury’s Inn Snowman Rally.

The Skoda Fabia R5 crew may have taken the overall spoils, but there were plenty of class battles across the 100 strong field, as the SRC was welcomed to the event with unseasonably warm conditions in the Highland forests. Read More »

snowman17-podiumScottish Champion David Bogie got his season off to a flying start last weekend in the forests of Inverness. The five times champion take first place on the podium in the 2017 edition of the ARR Craid MSA Rally Championship. The ever popular Scottish opener saw Bogie and Kevin Rae in their Skoda Fabia R5 fend off 100 crews at the Cairngorm National. Read More »

snowman17-bogieFive-time Scottish champion David Bogie took a start to finish victory on the opening round of the 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC), the Arnold Clark Jury’s Inn Snowman Rally.

Bogie, with co-driver Kevin Rae alongside dominated each of the event’s five stages in his Skoda Fabia R5 to win the Inverness based rally by a comfortable 58 seconds. Despite being pushed in the early stages by Subaru WRC pilot Shaun Sinclair the Dumfries driver stamped his authority on the event from the outset. Read More »

john-horton-src-starOrganisers of the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship are delighted to announce that the all-new SRC Star Driver Award will be named after the late John Horton and will be known as the John Horton SRC Star Driver Award.

A name which is synonymous with UK rallying, John first made his mark on the sport as an international co-driver and competed alongside the likes of Russell Brookes, Billy Coleman and Jimmy McRae in a variety of cars and teams. Read More »

src-pre-snowman17a The highly anticipated 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship kicks off with its traditional season opener this weekend, as almost 100 crews head to Inverness for the Arnold Clark Jurys Inn Snowman Rally.

The curtain raiser for the 2017 season is dubbed as one of the trickiest tests of the year thanks to the notorious northern wintry weather. Its unpredictable nature makes the 43 miles of gravel forest stages on offer a lottery for competitors with conditions on the stages impossible to predict. Read More »