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The third round of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship went right down to the wire on the final stage of the final day, with homegrown hero David Bogie and co-driver Kevin Rae winning the RSAC Scottish Rally (19-20 May).

Bogie and Rae enjoyed a ding-dong battle throughout with the fellow Skoda Fabia R5 crew of Fredrik Ahlin and Torstein Eriksen, until the Scandinavian pairing were forced out of the event with a damaged radiator. Read More »

Dumfries rally ace David Bogie took a dramatic home win at this weekend’s RSAC Scottish Rally, as closest rival Fredrick Ahlin retired on the final test of the gruelling event within sight of victory. Read More »

Entries are now open for the Nicky Grist Stages (8-9 July) – with the official event Regulations and Entry forms published on-line at nickygriststages.co.uk.

2017 celebrates the 37th running of Quinton Motor Club’s forest stage rally, the 30th consecutive year of it hosting a round of the BTRDA Rally Series and the seventh year of title sponsorship from Nicky Grist Motorsports. Following its maiden success last year, the Nicky Grist Stages remains the only mixed-surface round of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship, with a fine-tuned route for 2017 giving competitors a magnificent gravel and Tarmac challenge and spectators a weekend-long festival of top class rally action. Read More »

MH Motorsport will be aiming to lift Cadet Cup front-runner Josh Cornwell onto the top step of the podium for the third time this season as the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) heads to the RSAC Scottish Rally this weekend (19th/20th May).


After taking wins in the first two rounds of the championship on the Border Counties Rally and Pirelli International Rally, Cornwell will head the MH Motorsport Cadet Cup challengers and will bid to further extend his 26 point lead in the series. Read More »

Hampshire based MH Motorsport will head to round three of the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) this weekend in a bid to regain the lead of the hotly contested Junior category.

After narrowly missing out on their second win in a row at the Pirelli International Rally, the Ford Fiesta R2T Junior team will contest the RSAC Scottish Rally with their sights set firmly on regaining control of the series at the Dumfries based event. Read More »

Brettex Site Services backed rally ace Rhys Yates will take his Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) aspirations to Scotland this weekend (19th/20th May) for the third round of the series, the RSAC Scottish Rally.

After notching up two top six finishes in the series so far, Yates lies an impressive fourth in the BRC standings in what is only his second year in the championship, just four points away from the podium spots heading into the Dumfries based event. Read More »

The action-packed Prestone MSA British Rally Championship travels back into Scotland for the third round of Britain’s premier rally series. The RSAC Scottish Rally (19/20 May) will welcome the BRC top-guns, as they tackle the demanding gravel stages around Dumfries with over 74 competitive miles playing host to the exciting rallying showcase.


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A string of top-line rally stars will head to this weekend’s RSAC Scottish Rally in Dumfries and Galloway, as the 72nd running of the event takes place in the region on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th May.

The annual event, supported by Dumfries & Galloway Council will once again play host to the Prestone MSA British Rally Championship (BRC) and ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) with both series’ providing an enviable list of crews from across the world all eager to tackle classic stages in the Eskdalemuir and Ae forests. Read More »

Representatives from Dumfries and Galloway Council met with rising Scottish rally ace Keith Riddick this week to officially launch this year’s RSAC Scottish Rally in Dumfries and the town of Moffat. Read More »

Prestone MSA British Rally Championship contender David White suffered a catalogue of misfortune at last weekend’s Pirelli International Rally, failing to finish the Carlisle based event.

After picking up a solid haul of points at the opening round in March, White with co-driving son Mathew alongside were aiming to complete the notorious event in the Kielder forest to take the lead of the BRC4 class. Read More »