Scottish motoring news, rally reports and information

News: 2021 BRC Dates

The proposed 2021 British Rally Championship has a few surprises in store – and one shock! Britain’s premier rallying series will feature 7 events across the 4 home nations, with events in Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales plus one ‘reserve event’. And given the Covid uncertainties it might well be needed … [News]

News: M-Sport 2021

Teemu Suninen, Gus Greensmith and Adrien Fourmaux will spearhead the M-Sport Ford World Rally Team in 2021 as the team continues to champion young talent with the ambition of a successful future in the FIA World Rally Championship. Richard Millener, said: “M-Sport has a long history of supporting young drivers – it’s something that remains very close to Malcolm’s heart … [News]

News: SCoTY 2020 Winner

It has been a very difficult year for the automotive industry and difficult too for the nation’s motoring journalists. Normally the winner of the annual Scottish Car of the Year awards is announced at a unique annual celebration of the car and its value to society, but this year it was all done on-line – although all cars which qualified had been driven and assessed by the panel of 14 motoring writers … [News]

Driven: Audi A3 Sportback

The trouble with the Audi A3 is, it’s so good it will give potential electric car buyers a problem. Although electric cars are great to drive, until they can match the ‘fuel range’ of their rivals, the electric car market will remain a niche affair. With a full tank the Audi could probably accomplish LeJog without stopping – an impossible feat (for now) with an electric car … [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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