News: Armstrong’s 2nd Title
Jock Armstrong and Paula Swinscoe won the final round of the ARR Craib Scottish Championship and with it the Scottish National title. But Garry Pearson was pre-event favourite … [Report]
News: Forestry Charges
At the most recent SACC quarterly meeting, Rob Jones, MSA Chief Exec, announced the new forestry charges for Scotland and England from next year, and on-event Tracking will be introduced … [Report]
Driven: Ford Mustang
Ford’s Mustang is bigger than the sum of its parts. It is as American as the Stars & Stripes, but it’s a bit more civilised in the handling department than it was when Steve McQueen chased the baddies through the streets of San Francisco nearly 50 years ago … [Full Review]
Driven: Ford Focus RS
For less than 30 grand you can stick two fingers up at drivers of cars costing 3 times as much as you pass them by on a twisty stretch of road. This is faster and furiouser than a red-hot poker up a badger’s bum, and much more humane … [Full Review]
The Grand Plan
The Jaggy Bunnet website should be used in conjunction with the Blog (see Navigation Bar above). The Blog will report ‘Live News’ from events, while the Website will publish detailed post-event reports after each rally. Now on Twitter too! @johnfife1 …. [Read More]
Scottish Motor Sports
The great and the good, the not so great and not so good, plus a few downright useless and hingers-oan gathered in the MacRobert Pavilion at the old Ingliston Race Circuit recently to announce a new dawn for Scottish motorised sports … [More]
Forestry Fees … Is rallying pricing itself out of the forests?
Jaggy’s Weekend Off … Eating, drinking, learning – and being sensible.
45 Years of Ford and Forest … 1968 was a special year for forest stage rallying.
Rally Timing … Most rallies use ‘Target Timing’, but what is it?
Co-driver’s Guide … Drivers have the easy job, but what do Co-drivers do?
Tyre Talk … Which is better? More power, or more Grip?
Press Matters … Is the Press a necessary evil, or a force for good?
Safety in the forests … marshals need to be identifiable!