Scottish motoring news, rally reports and information

News: Peugeot 205 GTI

Hope for 205 fans? Peugeot has announced plans to rebuild and restore Peugeot 205 GTI cars on behalf owners or customers or for direct sale to any member of the public. As part of the process they will manufacture parts which are no longer available and hold a small stock. That could be good news for classic rallyists and current 205 GTI owners … [News]

News: New Rally Car

Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing has revealed details of the new i20 N Rally2 which will debut next year. The new car is based on the all-new road-going i20 N’s chassis bringing the high-performance of N Brand to the i20 range for the first time and should appeal to privateer as well as WRC teams … [News]

Driven: Ford Transit PHEV

Some folk think plug-in hybrid vehicles are simply an expensive response to the need for reduced emissions and improved fuel consumption. However, the Department for Transport (DfT) reckon that half of all vans rarely travel further than 15 miles from their base on a typical day. We try a Ford Transit Custom PHEV to find out …. [Review]

Driven: Suzuki S-Cross

Suzuki has updated the SUV styling of its S-Cross model which now sits a bit higher, looks a bit bolder and has a wee bit more bling. Whether that will be enough to tempt buyers away from the more ‘fashionable’ marques remains to be seen. However, if price is the big attraction, it’s well worth a look … [Review]

The Grand Plan

jbtype03 The Jaggy Bunnet website is complemented by a Blog (see Navigation Bar above) which 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]

Covid19 Guidance Reminder

With some forms of motorsport getting underway, albeit in a limited fashion, Motorsport UK has issued a timely reminder with advice to all involved. Whether they are competing, officiating, or in some cases, spectating, there is a responsibility to observe the Scottish Government rules at all times. Failure to do so could result in more restrictions being imposed – and no-one wants that having come this far!  … [Read More]

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