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RSAC Scottish Rally - 19-20 May 17

Posted: May 21, 2017 11:10 AM - 2654 Hits

Round 3 - 2017 British Rally Championship
Round 4 - 2017 Scottish Rally Championship

Live Results - National A (BRC) - Scottish 2017
Live Results - National B (SRC) - Scottish 2017
Results by: Tynemouth Computer Services Rally Results

SS1 Fri - 19:59
SS3 Sat - 08:53

Classic stages await Scotland's finest rally drivers

Posted: May 16, 2017 5:54 AM

Round four of the 2017 ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship (SRC) roars into life on Saturday 20th May with the iconic RSAC Scottish Rally, based in the Dumfriesshire town of Lockerbie.

The event sees a move from its traditional June date and home in Dumfries to the nearby town of Lockerbie. To add some extra spice. the Scottish Championship crews will be joined by MSA British Rally Championship contenders for the second time this year. The popular rally loses none of its familiar route however, with 45 miles of classic forest tests such as Ae and Twiglees on offer in the Dumfries and Galloway region.

Leading the SRC crews away at car nine is Jock Armstrong and co-driver Paula Swinscoe. The distinctive orange Subaru was going well last time out at the Speyside Stages, until it was seen in a ditch on the penultimate stage and the unforced error in Elgin culminated in a ninth place finish for Armstrong. The Castle Douglas man will be aiming for a second win of the season to get back to the top of the championship which he has won the past two years.

Championship leaders Euan Thorburn and Paul Beaton start at twelve in their Ford Fiesta R5. The Duns and Inverness pairing have scored three successive podiums in 2017 but the first win in their new R5 has so far eluded them. As a previous winner of the Scottish Rally, Thorburn will be a strong contender to break that duck.

Shaun Sinclair and Jamie Edwards made a massive statement of intent in getting a hold of a McKninstry Motorsport Subaru Impreza S14 WRC for this seasons’ SRC, and backed up the threat with a fine second place finish on the opening round. An off road excursion in Jedburgh and a puncture in Elgin wrecked his podium hopes on the previous two rallies, so the Oban driver has a score to settle heading into the fourth round of the season.

Mike Faulkner and Peter Foy acquired an upgraded Mitsubishi Evo IX for 2017, and spent the first few rallies getting up to speed with their new machinery. Three rounds in and it looks as if the Cumbrian pilot has bedded himself in nicely, having scored two podiums and set great stage times making him a strong shout for another rostrum finish in Dumfries & Galloway.

Rory Young returns to the SRC for his home event after missing the Speyside Stages. Piloting a Fiesta R5 with Allan Cathers navigating, the Dumfries driver already has impressive fifth and fourth place finishes to his name in 2017 so could be a dark horse for a podium finish at the close of play on Saturday.

Mark McCulloch is another out to impress on his home event, starting ahead of the similar Mitsubishi of Greg McKnight and Donnie MacDonald’s right-hand-drive Fiesta R5, with Neil Shanks joining the Inverness driver for the Scottish Rally.

Iain Wilson heads the battle in the SRC Challengers with a fourth different co-driver in as many events joining him in his Subaru Impreza, with Chris Williams stepping into the hot seat for round four. Michael Binnie and Claire Mole narrowly missed out on the category win last month, losing out right at the end of the day to John Wink and John Forrest in an Evo IX. Simon Hay and Calum Jaffray will be contenders as will the returning Ross MacDonald and Matthew Johnstone.

Scottish 2WD Championship leaders Dougal Brown and Lewis Rochford face stiff competition in Lockerbie with Escort Mk2 legend Steve Bannister joining the battle with co-driver Callum Atkinson. Mike Stuart and Sinclair Young can’t be discounted after a strong showing in Moray, while Fraser MacNicol in his less powerful Mk2 is another looking in good shape.

Taking the fight to the rear wheel drive runners are top seeded Junior driver Scott MacBeth and Daniel Forsyth in their Citroen C2 R2 Max. The duo were mightily impressive on the Speyside, with locals Angus Lawrie and Paul Gribben keen to get their revenge after finishing just seconds behind in their Vauxhall Corsa last time out.

Leading the www.usedcarparts.co.uk Subaru Cup runners away is John McIlwraith in his Impreza GC8 after his round three victory. Joining him in the one make category once again are Colin Baxter and championship leader Michael Robertson.

As ever, all eyes will be on the crews’ performances as the battle for the SRC John Horton Star Driver Award intensifies. Thomas Gray, Greg McKnight and Michael Binnie have all impressed judges thus far this season with their speed and determination, with a fourth driver set to be nominated towards the shoot out for an end of year prize drive in Europe after the Scottish Rally.

According to local driver Mark McCulloch, who finished fourth on the event last year, the crews are in for some of the best albeit challenging forest stages north of the border on round four of the 2017 SRC.

“I always enjoy the Scottish stages,” McCulloch said. “They are a nice mixed bag of fast and technical sections, but you have to try and keep a clean line as punctures are quite common due to sharp rocks at the side of the road. The weather has been very dry lately so hopefully there will be some rain before next weekend as dust could definitely be a big problem.”

The ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship is partnered by Pirelli Motorsport, Coltel Communications and Reis Motorsport Insurance.

The series consists of seven gravel rallies across the width and breadth of Scotland, taking in over 300 competitive stage miles.

Keep up to date with all the latest news via the website, Facebook or Twitter using the hashtag #SRC17.

Quality entry heads for the Scottish Rally

Posted: May 16, 2017 5:52 AM

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.

In a change to previous years, the event will see a shift to the new rally base in Lockerbie Lorry Park with an additional two stages as sunlight fades on Friday night. Saturday houses the bulk of the event mileage before crews from the BRC enjoy a new finish venue in the town of Moffat.

Current leader of the BRC standings Fredrik Ahlin will lead the field away from Dumfries in his Skoda Fabia R5. The Swede, with co-driver Torstein Eriksen will be aiming to make it three BRC wins in a row at the event and starts as favourite to be on the top step of the podium.

Dumfries driver David Bogie will undoubtedly be putting his local knowledge to good use during the event and starts car two in his Skoda Fabia R5. Team mate to Ahlin, Bogie will be playing his cards close to his chest if he is to beat the Swedish star on home soil and take win number five on the event. Kevin Rae will co-drive.

Welsh crew Osian Pryce and Dale Furniss start at three in their Ford Fiesta R5. An impressive showing at the second round of the series just down the road in Carlisle will set them up for a good result in Dumfries. All eyes will be on fellow Welshmen Tom Cave and James Morgan in their rare Hyundai i20 R5 during the weekend. Cave led round two of the BRC before suspension failure forced them out of the event in the rapid machine and the duo start at four.

Rounding off the top five is the Irish pairing of Keith Cronin and Mike Galvin in the M Sport Ford backed Fiesta R5. Former British Champion, Cronin is yet to challenge the leaders for the overall honours as he adapts to the new-for -2017 car.

Such is the strong BRC entry, you have to look to car nine before you find the first of the Scottish Championship runners, which comes in the form of likeable local hero Jock Armstrong from Castle Douglas. Current SRC title holder Armstrong and co-driver Paula Swinscoe are another duo to be putting local knowledge to good use and will hope to overturn the misfortunes of the previous round in Elgin.

Current championship leader Euan Thorburn from Duns is next SRC runner at car 12 with Paul Beaton alongside. Thorburn is looking likely to contest the BRC section of the event to ensure he scores points in both championships but will not have the benefit of a pre-event recce, his only advantage perhaps is the use of the Friday night stages to acclimatise to the conditions.

Other notable entrants include Castle Douglas co-driver Kirsty Riddick who sits alongside Belfast’s Jonny Greer in his Citroen DS3 R5. SRC regulars Mark McCulloch (Dumfries), Rory Young (Dumfries) and Greg Mcknight (Penpont) all line up inside the top 20, bringing a local flavour to the event.

Fans will have plenty of opportunity to catch the action both on and off the stages. The now traditional ceremonial start will take place on High Street in Dumfries at 7pm on Friday 19th May, allowing onlookers the chance to mix with the British Rally Championship stars. Crews will then head for a double run of the Mount Joe Stage in the Greskine Forest and there will be two chances to see the action from 7.50pm.

On Saturday, runners from the Scottish Rally Championship will join the fray and the full field blast through the first spectator stage, Castle O’er at 9.10am. They return for a second pass at 1.30pm.

The forest of Ae also offers the chance to see a double run, firstly at 11.30am and then again at 4.15pm although the second running will be just for the BRC crews.

The town of Moffat will play host to the ceremonial finish at around 5pm where the lucky winners will spray the champagne.

BRC heavyweights primed for battle in Scotland

Posted: May 16, 2017 4:19 AM

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.

Last time out in Cumbria the BRC teams faced the fast and flowing Kielder Forests with a fine balance between speed and bravery bringing fruitful awards to the crews. Four different drivers topped the time sheets on the eight stages and four tyre manufacturers featured in the top six finishing positions – underlining the variety and competitiveness of the 2017 season.

Top of the class aiming for good results

Championship leader Fredrik Ahlin comes into the Scottish Rally on a crest of a wave having taken the top spot on the opening two rounds. The Swede with his Norwegian co-driver Torstein Eriksen have gelled with their new Skoda Fabia R5 and DMACK tyres, consequently the pair has a small cushion at the top of the BRC points standings. The Scottish Rally was the start of a nightmare period in Ahlin’s 2016 season, however that won’t stop the Swedish sensation from going out on the attack to make it a hat trick of 2017 wins.

Pushing the Scandinavian pairing all the way on the Pirelli International Rally last time out was Osian Pryce and Dale Furniss in their Ford Fiesta R5. The Welsh pairing came within a handful of seconds before suffering handbrake problems, making the challenging chicanes hard work for the man from Machynlleth. Having secured a third and a second, Pryce will be gunning for a first BRC victory for his Spencer Sport team.

Also out to make history is Tom Cave and his co-driver James Morgan. The Welsh duo put the brand new Hyundai i20 R5 through its paces for the first time in Cumbria and were right on the pace from the off – leading the event from the start before suspension failure put the hard chargers out of contention. The pair finished second last year on the Scottish Rally and will hope to secure their first BRC win together and the first for Hyundai since David Higgins in 2004.

Homegrown hero David Bogie with Kevin Rae alongside will have massive home support as they tackle stages on David’s doorstep. Bogie was running in a comfortable podium last year before radiator woes hit his Fabia R5. This year the Scot has built on his fine 2016 pace, taking four stages wins on the recent Pirelli Rally.

Another Fabia crew who have found their form is Marty McCormack/David Moynihan. The Kumho-backed pair took their first podium in the Skoda on the previous event and will be hunting further success on the gravel of Scotland. As will Desi Henry and Liam Moynihan who secured a fine third overall last year. The Irish pairing have struggled so far this season but will hope history repeats itself by using the Scottish Rally to turn their season around.

Rhys Yates and Carl Williamson have got their year off to a strong start in their Michelin-shod Fiesta R5 – scoring a good haul of points to put them at the sharp end of the championship table. Matching Yates is the ever-improving Matt Edwards and Darren Garrod in their Hankook-equipped Fiesta R5. The Welsh pairing have broken into the top five now and the all-important podium wont be too far away.

Jonny Greer and Kirsty Riddick won the latest round of the Northern Ireland Rally Championship and will be hopping to bag more important points in their Pirelli-shod Citroen DS3 R5 before their preferred Tarmac events later in the season. Also hoping to climb the BRC table are Scottish stars Euan Thorburn and Paul Beaton who are dovetailing their BRC campaign with their Scottish Championship commitments.

CA1 Sport star Jamie Anderson continues to develop his new Fiesta R5 with Ross Whittock on the notes. The English pairing go well on the gravel and will be eyeing a top five in the Scottish lowlands. M-Sport will be hoping to see Keith Cronin return to the top step in the BRC with Mikie Galvin alongside. Alex Laffey scored his first points on gravel on the last round and will be pushing for more to help the M-Sport squad topple fellow Cumbrian outfit CA1 Sport in the Team’s Championship standings. Laffey will be joined by Patrick Walsh in the striking Fiesta R5 on his home event.

Red-hot pace in the Junior field

Not many events are won by just a handful of seconds, let alone 0.4 seconds. That was the winning margin on the second round of the Prestone Motorsport News Junior BRC.

William Creighton was a gravel novice coming into the new season but now the Northern Irishman is threat on all surfaces. He scored his first Junior BRC win on the Pirelli International Rally, with Liam Regan expertly guiding the young-gun. Creighton’s victory was also the first Junior BRC win for the popular Peugeot 208 R2.

Callum Devine perhaps left the Pirelli wondering what might have been – losing the event by just 0.4 from a hard charging Creighton. However, the Irishman can be satisfied with his gravel pace. The Ford Fiesta R2T driver took his first Junior BRC rostrum, thus setting himself and co-driver Keith Moriarty up nicely for the Scottish Rally.

Devine’s teammate Oscar Solberg is the other round winner in 2017 with the Norwegian taking the maximum points in Jedburgh at the start of the season. With Patrik Barth alongside the Scandinavian duo will want to make it two wins in Scotland to put their title tilt back on track.

Last time out Welshman Meirion Evans recorded his first BRC podium and was delighted to taste the champagne with co-driver Jonathan Jackson. With the pairing having now broken their podium duck, the 208 R2 team will be hoping for more from Scotland.

Cameron Davies and Caron Tomlinson showed flashes of brilliance leading the Junior event after two stages in Cumbria. The Welsh combination is getting to grips with their 208 R2 and will be pushing for a podium on the Scottish gravel. Fellow Peugeot driver Marty Gallagher and navigator Dean O’Sullivan can never be discounted from the podium as they dial themselves into their less favoured loose surface.

Spencer Sport star James Williams recorded his first points on the Pirelli and is growing with confidence after every mile. On the Scottish, Williams will be joined by the experienced Dai Roberts as the Welsh pair strive towards further championship points in their Fiesta R2T.

The unluckiest man in the Junior BRC has to be Josh McErlean in his rapid Citroen C2 R2. The Northern Irishman’s pace has been unquestionable as he threads the French pocket-rocket through the stages. With Aaron Johnston set to call the notes, the pair will be out to score their first points of the season in Scotland.

BRC Cadets ready for Scottish scrap

Josh Cornwell and Richard Bliss boast the perfect record in the Cadet Cup, having taken the top step of the rostrum on the opening two contests. Cornwell didn’t have it all his own way on the Pirelli as the Surrey-based driver in his Fiesta R2 enjoyed an opening day scrap with Fergus Barlow and Max Freeman. Barlow led initially until getting stuck in a ditch. The man from Mull will be treating the Scottish Rally as a home event and will be after that elusive win.

Tom Williams’ speed is growing with every event and a fine second on the Pirelli has helped his title hopes by elevating himself and co-driver Bryan Hull into second in the standings. Nabila Tejpar is ever consistent with Charley Sayer-Payne expertly guiding. The all female crew have two fourth placed finishes on the board and will be out to record their first class podium in the BRC in Scotland.

Alex Waterman suffered driveshaft woes, putting paid to his recent BRC foray. A solid finish on the non-championship Manx National, however will help his confidence heading to the Scottish Rally. Waterman will be joined in the Fiesta R2 by Tom Woodburn.

Close battles throughout the BRC classes

John Morrison/Peter Carstairs scooped their first National Rally Cup win on the Pirelli and comfortably lead the series. The flamboyant Donnie Macdonald will be back behind the wheel of his Ford Fiesta R5; the local driver will be in full attack to reel in compatriot Morrison.

Mountain bike legend Gee Atherton returns to the series in his Ford Fiesta R2T with Keaton Williams reading his pacenotes and will be eager to stretch his BRC4 championship lead over the hungry David White (Fiesta R2) with son Matthew sitting alongside.

Production Cup leaders Spencer Wilkinson and Glyn Thomas are due to start the Scottish Rally but face a race against time to source vital components to put their Subaru Impreza back on track and extend their championship lead.

Keep tabs on all the latest BRC developments by visiting www.msabrc.com or following us on social media: Prestone MSA British Rally Championship on Facebook and @MSA_BRC on Twitter using #BRC.

MH Motorsport aim to get their Junior BRC aspirations back on track at this weekend's RSAC Scottish Rally

Posted: May 16, 2017 3:53 AM

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.

MH Motorsport has enjoyed a run of success in both the Junior and Cadet categories this season, fielding a five car all-Ford Fiesta team in the BRC. The 1.0litre Ford EcoBoost R2T drivers of Callum Devine and Oscar Solberg have both been one of the favourites to take the Junior title in 2017.

Losing out by just 0.4 of a second on the final stage of the Pirelli Rally, MH Motorsport’s Northern Ireland driver Devine and co-driver Keith Moriarty took second in the Junior category to vault them into third place in the championship, adding to his opening round fifth spot.

Norwegian pilot Solberg and co-driver Patrik Barth took first blood for the MH Motorsport team in round one, taking the Junior win in convincing style on the Border Counties Rally. A fourth place in round two, leaves Solberg in second place in the standings, ensuring the MH Motorsport Junior team occupy the second and third podium positions as they head north for the two-day event.

Despite Solberg’s dominance of the opening round, the Pirelli Rally was a more complicated affair for the Norwegian, but he still managed to recover to set some impressive stage times over the closing stages of the event. Plagued by the same brake problems which hampered the leading crews, Solberg could not commit to the stages as he would have liked and elected to drive for points rather than risk his championship with a rally-ending off.

“The Pirelli Rally certainly did not go how we wanted and it was a shame because I had a good feeling with the car and the rally” said Solberg. “But we have a long season ahead and many things can happen so we need to just have the points and see what happens. Maybe now we can push in Scotland and get back out in front”.

Devine has had to learn quickly this season, stepping from a Vauxhall Adam into the Fiesta for his campaign has taken some getting used to. But his pace was clearly evident on the Northumberland forest tracks in Kielder forest, where he dominated the Junior category for much of the second day.

With fading tyres, Devine was forced to back off over the final stage and lost victory by the smallest of margins. But his outlook is nothing but positive for the weekend ahead. “Of course it was really disappointing not to have taken the win on the Pirelli but it proves we have the pace to challenge for outright wins” he says. “You know, it was just our second rally in the car so we still have a lot more to come as we settle into a pace that I`m happy with. Perhaps before the Pirelli we were looking for a podium position but now we are eyeing up a win in Scotland for sure”.

The RSAC Scottish Rally takes place on Friday 19th/Saturday 20th May. The event kicks off with two stages on Friday night during sundown, with the remainder of the stage mileage taking place over classic stages such as Twiglee’s, Ae and Castle O`er on Saturday.

MH Motorsport will also bring three more Fiestas to the event, with the 1600cc version suitable for the Cadet Cup category. They will be driven by Josh Cornwell, Alex Waterman and Nabila Tejpar.

Seeded Entry List

Posted: May 13, 2017 5:39 PM

1 Fredrik Ahlin/Torstein Eriksen (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
2 David Bogie/Kevin Rae (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
3 Osian Pryce/Dale Furniss (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
4 Tom Cave/James Morgan (Hyundai i20 RS) [BRC1]
5 Keith Cronin/Mikie Galvin (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
6 Martin McCormack/David Moynihan (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
7 Rhys Yates/Carl Williamson (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
8 Desi Henry/Liam Moynihan (Skoda Fabia R5) [BRC1]
9 Jock Armstrong/Paula Swinscoe (Subaru Impreza WRX) [11]
10 Matt Edwards/Darren Garrod (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
11 Jonathan Greer/Kirsty Riddick (Citroen DS3 R5) [BRC1]
12 Euan Thorburn/Paul Beaton (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
14 Shaun Sinclair/Jamie Edwards (Subaru Impreza WRC) [12]
15 Mike Faulkner/Peter Foy (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [11]
16 Jamie Anderson/Ross Whittock (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
17 Rory Young/Allan Cathers (Ford Fiesta R5) [12]
18 Mark McCulloch/Michael Hendry (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IX) [11]
19 Donnie Macdonald/Neil Shanks (Ford Fiesta R5) [N7]
20 Greg McKnight/Laura Marshall (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [11]
21 Iain Wilson/Chris Williams (Subaru Impreza) [10]
22 Alex Laffey/Patrick Walsh (Ford Fiesta R5) [BRC1]
23 Freddie Milne/Jane Nicol (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [11]
24 Ian Baumgart/Mike Dickson (Subaru Impreza) [10]
25 Michael Binnie/Claire Mole (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 5) [10]
26 John Wink/John Forrest (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [10]
27 Scott McCombie/Mark Fisher (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [11]
28 Steve Bannister/Callum Atkinson (Ford Escort Mk2) [5]
29 Matthew Robinson/Dave Robson (Fiat 131) [N4]
30 Simon Hay/Calum Jaffray (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6) [10]
31 John Morrison/Peter Carstairs (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [N6]
32 Ross Macdonald/Matthew Johnstone (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [11]
33 Dougal Brown/Lewis Rochford (Ford Escort MK2) [7]
34 Oscar Solberg/Patrick Barth (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRC1]
35 Callum Devine/Keith Moriarty (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRC1]
36 Meirion Evans/Jonathan Jackson (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC1]
37 Keith Morris/Murray Strachan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 6) [11]
38 Marty Gallagher/Dean O'Sullivan (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC1]
39 Fraser Wilson/Craig Wallace (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [9]
40 Mike Stuart/Sinclair Young (Ford Escort Mk 2) [7]
41 William Creighton/Liam Regan (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC1]
42 Cameron Davies/Caron Tomlinson (Peugeot 208 R2) [BRC1]
43 Scott Macbeth/Daniel Forsyth (Citroen c2 r2 max) [3]
44 Ian Forgan/Kathryn Forgan (Subaru Impreza STi) [10]
45 John McClory/David Hood (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [9]
46 Angus Lawrie/Paul Gribben (Vauxhall Corsa) [3]
47 Josh McErlean/Aaron Johnston (Citroen C2R2 Max) [BRC1]
48 Fraser MacNicol/Keith Boa (Ford Mk2 Escort) [4]
49 Paul McErlean/Niall McKenna (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
50 Josh Cornwell/Richard Bliss (Ford Fiesta R2) [BRC1]
51 Spencer Wilkinson/TBA (TBA) [BRC1]
52 Fergus Barlow/Max Freeman (Ford Fiesta) [BRC1]
53 Gee Atherton/Keaton Williams (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRC4]
54 Darren Martin/TBC (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [11]
55 Duncan MacDonald/Neil Ross (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
56 James Williams/Dai Roberts (Ford Fiesta R2T) [BRC1]
57 Keith Riddick/Mairi Riddick (MG ZR) [3]
58 Sean Will/Ashleigh Will (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [11]
59 John McIlwraith/Heather Grisedale (Subaru Impreza Gc8) [10]
60 Ross McFadzean/Shona Hale (Subaru Impreza) [10]
61 Jim Robertson/Mike Curry (TBA) [3]
62 Alex Pirie/Frazer Skene (Citoren C2) [3]
63 Neil Coalter/Hannah Cessford (Suzuki Ignis) [1]
64 Colin Baxter/Tracy Smith (Subaru Impreza gc8) [10]
65 Charles Blair/Mark Roberts (Citroen C2 VTS) [3]
66 Tom Williams/Bryan Hull (Ford Fiesta) [BRC1]
67 Ross Hughes/Ewan Leeming (Citroen C2 VTS) [3]
68 Luke McLaren/Phil Kenny (Ford Fiesta ST) [6]
69 Robbie Beattie/Dave Findlay (Peugeot 205 GTi) [2]
70 Kevin Gray/Daniel Christie (Vauxhall Astra) [6]
71 Graeme Sherry/Richard Wardle (Citroen C2) [3]
72 Michael Robertson/Gary McDonald (Subaru Impreza) [10]
73 Gina Walker/Richard Simmonds (Citroen C2) [3]
74 Niall Cowan Jnr/Thomas Bruce (MG ZR) [1]
75 Arron Windus/TBA (Vauxhall ADAM Cup) [Cadet BRC]
76 Alex Waterman/Tom Woodburn (Ford Fiesta R2) [Cadet BRC]
77 Michael Renton/Kenny Foggo (Peugeot 306 GTi) [6]
78 Andy Struthers/Alastair McIlroy (Citroen C2 VTS) [3]
79 Ian Milne/Sandy Milne (Ford Escort Mk2) [5]
80 Hamish Kinloch/Mark Grierson (Ford Escort) [7]
81 Kevin Crawford/Claire Martin (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 5) [10]
82 Max Redpath/Callum Redpath (Peugeot 205) [2]
83 Allan Matheson/TBA (Ford Escort) [2]
84 Ian Heard/Denny Calder (Ford Escort Mk2) [4]
85 James Johns/Paul Watkins (Skoda Felicia) [1]
86 Tommy Heard/Greg McCutcheon (Ford Escort Mk2) [7]
87 Elvin Smith/Shannon Turnbull (Citroen C2) [3]
88 Nabila Tejpar/Charley Sayer-Payne (Ford Fiesta R2) [Cadet BRC]
89 John Rowan/Bridget Rowan (Talbot Sunbeam) [1]
90 Eric McClurg/Robert Sherry (Subaru Impreza) [10]
91 Clive Allford/John Gage (Land Rover Wolf XD) [LR]
92 Chris McCarthy/Zak Smart (Land Rover Wolf XD) [LR]
93 Ben de Ronde/Scott Quinn (Land Rover Wolf XD) [LR]
94 Tyrone Westall/TBA (Land Rover Wolf XD) [LR]
95 Donald Peacock/Scott Peacock (Peugeot 205 GTi) [2]

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Posted: March 6, 2017 4:37 AM

All change for the RSAC Scottish Rally in 2017

Posted: March 1, 2017 4:56 AM

Popular Dumfries and Galloway based rally announces new date and location for 2017 event

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.

The Dumfries and Galloway Council supported event will not only see a shift from its traditional June date, but will also move to a new home at Lockerbie Lorry Park offering competitors and fans a "Rally Village" environment for the weekend. The new venue will also play host to Rally HQ, documentation and Parc Ferme for the event.

Thanks to a long affinity with the event, Dumfries town centre will host the ceremonial start on Friday 19th before British Rally Championship crews head into the forest to contest a special test under the cover of dusk.

Saturday 20th will see competitors from the Scottish Rally Championship join the event to contest around 45 stage miles and finish during the late afternoon. The BRC crews will then return to the forests to tackle the remaining stages which make up their 75 competitive miles before a ceremonial finish back in Lockerbie later that day.

The 72nd running of the event will see around crews from across the world tackle classic Scottish stages in the Dumfries and Galloway region and Clerk of the Course Johnathan Lord is excited for the new-look 2017 format.

"The RSAC Scottish Rally was the first event in 2016 to bring the BRC and SRC together and it proved to be a fantastic spectacle for both crews and rally fans" he said.

"This year, the changes we have made to the format will certainly be an exciting prospect. A stage for the BRC crews on Friday night will undoubtedly draw the crowds and create a fantastic atmosphere. It will be a real challenge for the competitors too and we have picked some prime stages for them during the weekend. Its shaping up to be one of the best Scottish Rallies yet".

Councillor Colin Smyth, Dumfries and Galloway Council's Events Champion said,
"The town centre events and forest stages of the 2017 Scottish Rally are really exciting. The event is becoming more and more accessible to the public and there are so many great opportunities to view the Rally, including the new Friday stage that has been announced. I'd like to congratulate the organisers on their 21st Scottish Rally here in Dumfries and Galloway, and wish them every success in May."

Assistant Clerk of the Course, Craig Webster also added,
"I'm really looking forward to the new venues we are using this year. As ever though we need help staffing and running the event and I would urge marshals and radio crews to register through the website at www.scottishrally.co.uk."

The RSAC Scottish Rally is also a round of the C2RallyParts.co.uk Ecosse Challenge, the Border Challenge and Five of Clubs Rally Championship.

Event regulations will be available shortly on the website and spectator information will be available closer to the rally.

You can find more information on the RSAC Scottish Rally at www.scottishrally.co.uk or keep up to date with event information via social media:
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Posted: February 20, 2017 9:31 AM






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