andy_01Local drivers Andy Struthers from Libberton, Jordan Black from Lanark and Linzi Henderson from Carnwath all took part in this year’s Brick and Steel Border Counties Rally.  It was a disappointing day for the boys, but a successful day for Linzi.

Andy who is again the recipient of this year’s RSAC New Talent Scholarship hoped to add to his previous points having finished first in his ARRCraib class at the Snowman Rally in Inverness last month.  Unfortunately, this wasn’t to be the case when in the first stage Andy lost control of his car going  over a crest. The car rolled firstly over its bonnet before rolling on to its side.  Both Andy, and navigator Ali McAlroy managed to climb out the car, but having landed down a banking in amongst trees their rally was over. ...continue reading

The Organisers of the Brick & Steel Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge are pleased to announce that Andy Kelly has now taken over the role of Chairman for the Championship. Andy replaces Andrew Wood who has been Chairman since the Championship started 3 years ago. Andrew will now concentrate his guidance on the ongoing development of the 205 Ecosse Challenge. ...continue reading

BBR on stage head onAfter battling through the intense heat of the 2014 GWF Energy Merrick Forest Stages Rally, round six of the Scottish Rally Championships (SRC) and the penultimate round of the Ecosse 205 Challenge Blair Brown and co-driver Richard Simmonds finish runners up. The 19 year old driver from Kinross who is currently a student at Edinburgh college drove his QTS Group backed Peugeot 205 on the limit to secure his second place victory in both SRC Class 3 and Ecosse 205 Challenge. The Merrick stages rally starts in the coastal town of Wigtown in Dumfries and Galloway and plays host to some of the greatest and most historic stages in Scotland where the six Special Stages of the day run through the forest’s and hills of the Galloway forest park and Glentrool. ...continue reading

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