Fifty nine cars have registered to take part in this year's Fleet Alliance RSAC Three Lochs Classic ranging from a 1909 Renault to 1981 Triumph TR7.

For the twelth year running, the cars will be lining up at the Royal Northern & Clyde Yacht Club in Rhu to set off at about 10am for a drive through Helensburgh, Glen Fruin, Rosneath, Arrochar, up the resurfaced Rest and Be Thankful (providing no landslips occur requiring its use as a relief road), before returning through Glen Douglas back to Rhu. ...continue reading

blair_03Backed by QTS Group, Kinross shire teen Blair Brown finishes top of class at the 2014 Pirelli Richard Burns Foundation National B rally, based in Carlisle, the 18 year old Peugeot 205 driver of team BBR is the 2014 RSAC New Talent Scholar. The borders based rally is round one of the 2014 British Rally Championships and contest over two days. Blair’s regular co-driver, Richard Simmonds from Duns, was unavailable for the teams fourth gravel event of the year as he was competing in the Berwick Classic with his father where they won the event. Stepping into Richards shoes was Lockerbie based Michael Curry who would take on the fast forest roads of Kielder.
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blair_03Blair Brown and the QTS Group backed rally team, broke through the fog, mist and eye watering stench of fuel at last week’s McCombie Builders Granite City rally to take second place position in round two of the 2014 Ecosse 205 Challenge in their newly built Peugeot 205. The Aberdeen based rally was also the host of round three in the Scottish Rally Championships where Blair and Co-driver Richard Simmonds from Duns took third place in SRC class three finishing 46th overall out of 111 starters.
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????????Kinross teenager and Edinburgh College student Blair Brown scored a best result yet of 3rd place in class at the Brick and Steel Border Counties rally last weekend in Jedburgh. The young rally driver who has been awarded the RSAC Motorsport New Talent Scholarship for the second year in a row tackled the five tough stages along with Co-driver Richard Simmonds from Duns. The BBR Rally team who are backed by QTS Group fought through Snow, Gravel and Ice to bring back their maiden top three finish. ...continue reading

blair_01The opening round of the 2014 ARR Craib Scottish Rally Championships set off in Inverness at the Arnold Clark Thistle Snowman rally last Saturday. The Snowman rally would also be the first event of the year for Kinross 18 year old Blair Brown, driver of the Peugeot 205 1.6 GTI, backed by QTS Group. Preparations for the rally began early and a test day was complete the week before, allowing Blair and Co-driver Richard Simmonds from Duns, to settle into the car ahead of their season opener. ...continue reading

Blair_BrownA Kinross teenager has become the youngest driver to be awarded the RSAC Motorsport New Talent Scholarship, which aims to set fresh talent on the road to a successful rallying career.

Kinross High School pupil Blair Brown (17) from Muckhart will receive over £1000 worth of support which includes free entry to the prestigious RSAC Scottish Rally in Dumfries on June 29th, a key round of the Scottish and British Rally Championships. ...continue reading