20 Jun: Argyll Rally – Entry List

 … Dunoon Presents Argyll Stages Rally, 24/25 June …

Rd04 – KNC Groundworks Motorsport UK Scottish Rally Championship

It’s over 50 years since rally drivers first discovered the delights – and horrors – of Argyll when the first Burmah Castrol Rally took to the forests in 1970 whilst some drivers and co-drivers also had to endure the added ‘appeal’ of vertigo where forest roads hugged the contours of hills, glens and mountains.

It’s all so different now, where once the forests would welcome the arrival of rally cars, the sport is being ever so gently squeezed out in favour of other pursuits and pastimes. But Mull Car Club seized the day, and rallying is back in Argyll. After a hugely successful debut last year, this year’s Dunoon Presents Argyll Stages Rally will be run on sections of closed public roads. And if anyone thought his would be much more kind to the human anatomy and physiology, they were in for a shock. Argyll’s tarmac roads are every bit as challenging as its forest roads.

As a counter in two National and two Regional championships plus one historic series, this year’s event has attracted one heck of an entry with more stars than the Milky Way, although it will be interesting to see how the front runners in the KNC Groundworks Scottish Championship will fare against the ‘foreign’ invasion from the Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally series.

As Round 4 of the Scottish series Dunoon also marks the half way point of this 7 round championship where David Bogie currently has a 2 point lead over Michael Binnie with Jock Armstrong a further 5 points behind.

Freddie Milne and Patrick Walsh head a full capacity 140 car entry in the absence of last year’s winners Meirion Evans and Jonathan Jackson, but it’s worth remembering that Milne was leading the rally and in line for outright victory till a penalty was applied for striking a chicane and he dropped to 3rd place. That should serve as a warning to this year’s competitors but also act as a spur to Freddie to win the one that got away!

The rally gets underway at 19.30 Hrs in Dunoon town centre on Friday evening 24th June with the first of four stages that evening and then re-starts on Saturday morning at 09.00 Hrs for a further eight stages before the Finish at Dunoon Stadium from 16.44 Hrs onwards.


Programmes will be available from the following outlets during the weekend 18/19 June:

Allsortz Dunoon, 97 Argyll Street, Dunoon

Croot’s Country Store, Holy Loch Marina, Sandbank

Strachur Filling Station, Main Road, Strachur

Cot House Services, Sandbank

Further Spectator Info on-line here:

 Entry List:
 1, Freddie Milne/ Patrick Walsh (Ford Fiesta R5) 11 
 2, David Bogie/Cameron Fair (Mini JCW WRC) 11 
 3, Daniel Harper/Chris Campbell (Mini JCW WRC) 11 
 4, Mark Kelly/Will Atkins (Ford Fiesta R5) 11 
 5, David Henderson/Chris Lees (Ford Fiesta R5) 11 
 6, Steve Wood/Dale Bowen (Ford Fiesta WRC) 11 
 7, Neil Roskell/Andrew Roughead (Ford Fiesta R5) 11 
 8, Michael Binnie/Claire Mole (Mitsubishi Evo9) 10 
 9, Wayne Sisson/Peredur Davies (Mitsubishi EvoX) 10 
 10, Darren Atkinson/Philip Sandham (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 11, Mark McCulloch/Michael Hendry (Proton Satria Evo) 10 
 12, Jonathan Mounsey/Richard Wardle (Ford Fiesta Rally2) 11 
 13, Rory Young/Allan Cathers (Ford Fiesta Rally2) 11 
 14, John Wink/Neil Shanks (Hyundai i20 R5) 11 
 15, John Stone/Tom Woodburn (VW Polo Gti R5) 10 
 16, Gordon Morrison/Hannah Mckillop (Ford Fiesta R5) 11 
 17, Barry Groundwater/Martin Forrest (Mitsubishi Evo6) 9 
 18, Stephen Thompson/Larry Higton (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 19, Greg McKnight/Calum MacPherson (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 20, Angus Lawrie/Paul Gribben (Mitsubishi Evo9) 10 
 21, Joe Mckeand/Charlotte McDowall (Subaru Impreza) 10 
 22, Hugh Brunton/Drew Sturrock (Ford Fiesta R5) 11 
 23, John Morrison/Peter Carstairs (Ford Fiesta R5) 11 
 24, Richard Clews/Carl Williamson (Subaru STi) 10 
 25, Scott Macbeth/Daniel Forsyth (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo9) 10 
 26, Andy Scott/Laura Connell (Hyundai i20 R5) 11 
 27, Donnie MacDonald/Andrew Falconer (Ford Fiesta Rally2) 11 
 28, John Rintoul/Ross Hynd (Mini Countryman JCW WRC) 11 
 29, Robert Adamson/Mark Fisher (Ford Fiesta Rally2) 11 
 30, Mark Holmes/Mark Perryman (Ford Fiesta S2000) 10 
 31, Kevin Crawford/Andrew Stevenson (Mitsubishi Evo9) 10 
 32, William Paterson/Tom Hynd (Mitsubishi Evo9) 10 
 33, Steven Ormond-Smith/Dafydd Evans (Mitsubishi Evo9) 10 
 34, Peter Stewart/Harry Marchbank (Peugeot 208) 4 
 35, Will Rowlands/Rich Birch (Ford Escort Mk2) 5 
 36, Mike Moates/Gary McDonald (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 37, John Crawford/Josh Davison (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 38, Gordon Cunningham/Charley Sayer-Payne (Mitsubishi Evo) 10 
 39, Keir Beaton/Iain Thorburn (Subaru Impreza N12) 9 
 40, Stuart Irvine/Marc Irvine (Hyundai Accent WRC) 11 
 41, Steve Bannister/Callum Atkinson (Ford Escort Mk2) 5 
 42, Kev Dunn/Sean Douglas (Honda Civic) 6 
 43, Billy McLelland/Allan MacDougall (Mitsubishi Evo) 9 
 44, Paddy Munro/Dave O'Brien (Ford Escort) 4 
 45, Michael Harbour/Ian MacDougall (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 46, Andy Bird/Plug Pulleyn (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 47, Gerry Fitzelle/Mark Mason (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 48, David White/Mathew White (Subaru Impreza) 10 
 50, Gordon Murray/Steven Brown (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 51, Lee Hastings/Cole Hastings (Subaru Impreza) 10 
 52, James MacGillivray/Kerrie MacGillivray (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 53, Brian Watson/Sean Donnelly (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 54, Martin Hodgson/Tony Jones (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 55, Drew Gallagher/David Crosbie (Skoda Fabia) 10 
 56, Alasdair S Graham/Kenny McGuire (Mitsubishi Evo) 9 
 57, Chris Ford/Matt Daniels (Ford Fiesta Rally2) 11 
 58, Peter Jackson/Emily Easton-Page (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 59, Adrian Spencer/Mark Hewitt (Subaru Impreza) 10 
 60, Brad Cole/Jamie Vaughan (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 61, Oliver Hunter/Daniel May (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 62, Graham Muter/Colin Watson (Ford Escort) 3 
 63, Nathan Evans/Rhys Williams Edwards (Renault Clio Cup) 6 
 64, Matt Pierce/Harry Stubbs (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 65, Howard Price/Simon John Rogers (Mitsubishi Evo9) 10 
 66, Keith Riddick/Mairi Riddick (MG ZR) 3 
 67, Archie Swinscoe/Barry Young (Vauxhall Adam) 3 
 68, John Deegan/Colin Blunt (Subaru Justy) 3 
 69, Tim Johnson/Tony Walker (Honda Civic) 3 
 70, Jordan Anderson/Lewis Griffiths (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 71, Antony Allery/Mark Runciman (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 72, Jonathan Stepney/Aled Davies (Peugeot 205) 4 
 73, Gary Thomas/Linda Thomas (Ford Escort Mk2) 8 
 74, Geoff Roberts/Callum Young (Ford Escort RS1800) 5 
 75, Tommy Graham/Mark Pickering (Ford Fiesta R5 Proto) 10 
 76, Liam McMullan/Christopher McLaughlin (Honda Civic) 4 
 77, Chris Haigh/Sally Peacock (Ford Escort Mk1) 7 
 78, Mark Ewing/Owen Paterson (Subaru Impreza WRX B13) 4 
 79, Graeme Sherry/Ewan Lees (Opel Manta 400) 3 
 80, Carl Tuer/Paul Hudson (Renault Clio R3T) 8 
 81, Patrick Johnson/Kevin Bardon (Opel Kadett GT/E) 7 
 82, Sandy Arbuthnott/Ian Arbuthnott (Ford Focus STI) 9 
 83, Paul Doroszczuk /Julian E Doroszczuk (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 84, Richard Egger/Pat Egger (Vauxhall Nova) 6 
 85, Martin Page/Daniel Hurst (BMW MINI Cooper S) 8 
 86, Simon Hunter/Howard Pridmore (Vauxhall Corsa S1400) 1 
 87, Innes Mochrie/Kirsty Mochrie (Rover Metro) 1 
 88, Johnnie Mackay/Michael Cruickshank (Ford Fiesta ST) 6 
 89, Duncan MacLean/Chris Pedley (Peugeot 106 GTI) 3 
 90, Paul Miller/Mark Twiname (BMW Compact) 8 
 91, Drew Barker/Shona Hale (Vauxhall Corsa) 3 
 92, Fraser Smith/Ian Parker (Honda Civic) 3 
 93, Alistair Brearley/Gerry Bryden (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 94, Alister MacArthur/Chris Robertson (Talbot Sunbeam) 7 
 95, Ross Wasson/Aled Davies (Honda Civic) 3 
 96, Martin Crombie/Charles MacKenzie (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 97, Aileen Forrest/John Forrest (Mitsubishi Evo9) 10 
 98, Jan Budge/Bruce Lindsay (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 99, Bobby MacDonald/Ross Callander (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 101, Rhuaridh Campbell/Shaina Archibald (Chrysler Sunbeam) 7 
 102, Richard Stewart/Carin Tait-Logan (Peugeot 208) 6 
 103, Robert Proudlock/Lewis MacDougall (Vauxhall Adam) 3 
 104, Linzi Henderson/Shannon Turnbull (Ford Fiesta R2T) 6 
 105, Scott Murray/Katy Mashiter (Mitsubishi Evo7) 9 
 106, Calum Macleod/Laura Macleod (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 107, Justin Gunning/Stuart McBride (Ford Fiesta R2) 3 
 108, Jonathan MacDonald/Chris Wareham (Peugeot 306 Gti-6) 6 
 109, Gordon Chalmers/Steven Chalmers (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 110, Ewan Stanhope/Cameron Dunn (Vaxhall Corsa Maxi S1600) 3 
 111, Ernie Lee/Patricia Lee (BMW 325i) 5 
 112, John Procter/Robbie Vermeersch (Ford Escort) 7 
 113, Cameron Williamson/Michael Moates (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 114, David Mcleod/Eamonn Boyle (Chrysler Sunbeam) 5 
 115, Nigel Atkinson/Ian Murray (Ford Escort Mk2) 3 
 116, Kevin Jeffray/Linda Thomas (Toyota Corolla T Sport) 6 
 117, Jonathan Davies/Wayne Jones (Vauxhall Astra) 6 
 118, Donald McEwan/Ellis Flemming (Subaru Impreza WRX Turbo) 9 
 119, Nikki Addison/Rachel Matheson (Peugeot 106) 3 
 120, Ashleigh Morris/Martin Haggett (Ford Fiesta R200) 3 
 121, Meghan O'Kane/John O'Kane (Ford Fiesta) 3 
 122, Liam Richardson/Darren Kennedy (Peugeot 306) 6 
 123, Tom Howie/Morgan Redpath (Talbot Sunbeam Mopar) 2 
 124, Scott Gourlay/Roger Alcorn (Peugeot 205) 2 
 125, Steven Street/Robert Wood (Ford Escort Mk2) 7 
 126, Stuart Baillie/TBC (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 127, Graeme MacVicar/Andrew Forbes (Mitsubishi Evo6) 10 
 128, Orrin McDonnell/Eoghan Anderson (Subaru Impreza) 9 
 130, David Mclachlan/Adam Mclachlan (Renault Clio) 6 
 131, Dan Robinson/Dave Raw (Ford Fiesta) 6 
 132, Mark Simpson/Joanna Wilkinson (Nissan Micra) 1 
 133, Steven Black/Connor McIntyre Gardiner (Peugeot 205 GTI) 4 
 134, Clive King/Anton Bird (Austin Cooper S) 5 
 135, John Cressey/Martin Cressey (Austin Mini Cooper S) 1 
 136, Kenny Watt/Fraser McCurdie (Leyland Mini) 1 
 137, Ryan Taylor/Lucy Wilding (Austin Mini) 5 
 138, Gareth Frank/Tony 2 puds Vart (Vauxhall Firenza 2300) 5 
 139, George Bryson/Jacqueline Bryson (Ford Escort RS1600) 5 
 140, Stephen Hall/Aggie Foster (Triumph TR4) 5 
 141, Craig King/Russell Joseph (Morris Mini) 5 
 142, Andrew Jarman/Adrian Lloyd (Austin Mini) 5 
 KNC Groundworks Motorsport UK Scottish Rally Championship     
 Protyre Motorsport UK Asphalt Rally Championship     
 SD34 MSG Stage Rally Championship     
 AS Performance North of England Tarmacadam Rally Championship     
 The HRCR Mini Sport Cup      
 1, 2wd cars   up to and inc 1450cc     
 2, 2wd cars   1451cc to 1650cc, 8 valves     
 3, 2wd cars   1451cc to 1650 cc, 16 valves     
 4, 2wd cars   1651cc to 2050cc, 8 valves     
 5, Historic Category 1, 2, 3, 4 & FIA Appendix K cars complying with the 2022 General Regulations of Motorsport UK     
 6, Fwd cars -   1651cc to 2050cc, more than 8 valves including R2T cars     
 7, Rwd cars - 1651cc to 2050cc, more than 8 valves     
 8, All 2wd cars over 2050cc including R3T cars     
 9, Any other 4wd car not classified in class 10 or 11 without a sequential gearbox (including previously FIA homologated GpN 4wd cars)     
 10, FIA Homologated GpA 4wd cars, FIA Homologated Super 2000 cars & FIA Homologated R4 cars, and any cars previously homologated as such, providing these run as per their homologation papers. All Metro 6R4s and any derivative   therefrom. Any other 4wd car not classified in class 11 with a sequential gear     
  11, FIA Homologated WRC cars, cars previously homologated as such and FIA Homologated R5 cars. Any derivative therefrom.      

12 Jun: Summer Stages – Report

 … Summer Stages Rally, Sat 11 June …

Here’s a thought for victory on this year’s Beatson’s Building Supplies Mull Rally. Jonathan Mounsey. He was in imperious form on the Summer Stages Rally at Crail. With Richard Wardle in the hot seat, Mounsey finished the 8 stage/76 mile event 43 seconds clear of John Rintoul and Ross Hynd. Completing the podium line-up were Greg Inglis and Chris Lees, their 2WD machine mixing it with the top six 4WD opposition.

 Crail was looking good in the Summer sunshine (interspersed with grey skies and occasional short showers – and strong gusts of wind off the North Sea which nearly upended some folk!) with some of the ground having been cleared and the grass verges recently mowed. A fitting setting for the fierce on-stage battles which ensued.

Not having been here before Mounsey had a good look round the layout on the first two ‘shorter’ stages before letting it rip on the on the longer 3 & 4. Rintoul’s MINI WRC was fastest over the two openers by six and two seconds before Mounsey snatched all of those eight seconds back on SS3 in his Fiesta Rally2 and then went a massive 16 seconds quicker on SS4,leaving Rintoul shaking his head.

Admittedly, Rintoul was having a wee bit of an issue with a misfire and changed all four potentiometers at lunch time service, but even so he was surprised at Mounsey’s pace.

Also raising eyebrows was young Greg Inglis in the Lotus Exige which was 3rd quickest on the first stage but dropped around ten seconds on SS2: “I lost the tail on the approach to one bend, thought I caught it, but it went the other way and just clipped a tyre marker with the front corner. On the next straight the whole clamshell front end whipped up and disappeared over the roof – scary!”

Mounsey’s onslaught continued after lunch, with himself and Rintoul the only two drivers under 12 minutes on SS5. Mounsey was quickest again over 6 & 7 before easing off on the final stage to ensure victory from Rintoul with Inglis hanging on to the 4WD machinery coat-tails like the very Devil chasing Tam O’Shanter’s horse.

John Marshall and Craig Wallace were 4th in the Fiesta Rally2but Joe McKeand and Nikki Addison were giving him a hard time in the Subaru Impreza. They spent the day taking turn about to be quicker than each other with the final margin being just seven seconds in Marshall’s favour.

Ian and Allan Paterson completed the top six in their Subaru with brother Stuart Paterson and daughter Alice finishing eighth. Sandwiched between the two Imprezas was the Escort Mk2 of tyre-smoking Gerry Fitzelle and Eric Winning.

In ninth place overall and third 2WD car was the Peugeot 206 of Demonic Des Campbell and Craig Forsyth and the gap to eighth might have been closer but for a broken front spring. Completing the top ten was the Escort Mk2 of Andrew Plunkett and James Burns but they were the lucky ones. Of the 53 starters, only 35 reached the finish.

Amongst the non-finishers were John Stone and Laura Connell. The Polo Gti R5 broke its alternator belt on SS4 and the spare didn’t last long in SS5 so they were out. Colin Gemmell and Keith Fair didn’t even get that far, the VW Golf R7 suffered alternator failure on the very first stage and only just managed to complete the test, but going no further. Drew Gallagher and Jane Nicol were another early retirement when the Skoda Fabia’s manifold split on the first stage.  That in itself wasn’t a big issue, but the leaking hot gases were damaging the timing case so they were faced with no option but to retire.

There was no doubt about the winners though. Tenth time out in the Fiesta Jonathan Mounsey was looking mighty impressive as he scored his first ever rally victory: “In fact it’s only my third podium finish,” he said, but what gave him most satisfaction was, “hearing Richard swear on the fifth gear corners!”

Of course, Crail is nothing like Mull, but remember, he was pretty quick on the recent Jim Clark and Reivers rallies and his best result on Mull – so far – is 4th!

The Classes

Andrew Blackwood and Richard Stewart finished inside the top 20 overall in their class winning Ford Fiesta 1400 with the Mini 1293 of Kenny Watt and Fraser McCurdie taking second. Steven Crockett and Kenny Anderson might have made more of a of it but for a broken driveshaft on SS2 in their Peugeot 205 and Tom Johnstone and Mark Runciman were going impressively well in the one litre Skoda Citigo until a most unfortunate and unlikely failure. During routine maintenance at the lunch halt the front brakes were stripped for checking but when re-fitting the calipers, the retaining bolts cross-threaded the hub stripping the thread. Snookered. Game over. It was an early finish too for James and Ian Wilson when the MG’s engine failed in mid-stage three.

Campbell and Forsyth took Class 2 honours from the Citroen C2 of Jamie Miller and Ian McCulloch with Ian McEwan and Ewan Lees third in the Vauxhall Tigra. This was McEwan’s first time in a rally car for 33 years! Colin and Pauline Black were fourth on the BMW MINI ahead of Drew Barker and Shona Hale but fears were expressed regarding Barker’s health when brand new tyres were spotted on the Corsa half way through the rally! Matt and Bryan Reid were sixth first time out in their recently acquired Citroen C2 ahead of the VW Polonda of Gordon Milne and Duncan Smith which was experiencing throttle control difficulties. Beefy Fraser and Jack Sutherland complete the finishers’ lineup in the Hillman Avenger but once again, retirements affected potential outcomes. Steven Hay and Cameron Dunn were quickest on the opening stage in the Corsa but damaged the oil cooler in SS2. Kenny Moore and Fiona Moir retired their Avenger with a dead number one cylinder. Moore was really puzzled: “It’s got compression but it won’t pull. We changed the spark plug but no difference.” Joe Pringle and David Dalgleish also didn’t make the finish when the Corsa’s gearbox failed.

Plunkett and Burns were Class winners ahead of Alan Scott and Shaina Archibald in the Renault Clio which finished the rally with a hastily repaired broken engine mounting. Bill and Sara Hamilton were third in the Opel Kadett ahead of the Honda Civic of Ian Cruden and Douglas MacIntyre. Oliver Hunter and Matt Daniels were leading the class in their Escort Mk2 until SS4 when they got a tyre marker wedged under the sump guard and lost seven minutes as they completed the stage on four wheels and five tyres! Colin Irving and Emma Muir completed the top six in their Talbot Sunbeam ahead of the crisp sounding Ford Focus of Marc McCubbin and Formula Jnr 1000 driver turned co-driver for the day, Rian Walker. Richard and Megan Sutherland were initially leading the class after two stages in the Opel Manta before incurring maximums on SS3 and 4. Graeme and John Rintoul retired the Fiesta with a broken driveshaft (and the spare was at home!) while Jonathan MacDonald and Chris Wareham retired the Peugeot 306 with a gearbox or clutch problem. Willie Bonniwell’s sideway’s to victory approach was curtailed when he and Angus Kennedy retired the minted looking Mk1 Escort when the diff had a difference of opinion about Bonniwell’s driving style. Oliver Hunter and Owen Paterson retired the Honda Civic with a broken gear linkage.

Inglis and Lees were the Class 4 winners from with Fitzelle and Winning, with the BMW 130i of Ben MacDowall and Alison Horne third. Darren Nugent and Peter Johnson were in the hunt for a podium finish but got it all wrong on the penultimate test when the Escort clipped a tyre at a chicane, rode up on two wheels and rolled right over landing back on its wheels but looking rather sorry for itself.

In the big class, it was Mounsey and Wardle all the way from Rintoul/Hynd and Marshall/Wallace.


1 Jonathan Mounsey/Richard Wardle (Ford Fiesta Rally2) 80m 47s
2 John Rintoul/Ross Hynd (MINI Countryman JCW WRC) +43s
3 Greg Inglis/Chris Lees (Lotus Exige) +1m 31s
4 John Marshall/Craig Wallace (Ford Fiesta Rallye2) +2m 21s
5 Joe McKeand/Nikki Addison (Subaru Impreza) +2m 28s

6 Ian Paterson/Allan Paterson (Subaru Impreza) +4m 01s
7 Gerry Fitzelle/Erica Winning (Ford Escort Mk2) +4m 52s
8 Stuart Paterson/Alice Paterson (Subaru Impreza) +5m 36s
9 Des Campbell/Craig Forsyth (Peugeot 206) +7m 04s
10 Andrew Plunkett/James Burns (Ford Escort Mk2) +8m 00s

Class Winners

C1, Andrew Blackwood/Richard Stewart (Ford Fiesta)

C2, Des Campbell/Craig Forsyth (Peugeot 206)

C3, Andrew Plunkett/James Burns (Ford Escort Mk2)

C4, Gerry Fitzelle/Erica Winning (Ford Escort Mk2)

C5, John Marshall/Craig Wallace (Ford Fiesta Rallye2)

08 Jun: Summer Stages – Entry List

 … Summer Stages Rally, Sat 11th June, 2022 … John Rintoul and Ross Hynd head the entry for this Saturday’s Summer Stages Rally at Crail tucked away in the north east corner of Fife. Last won by them in a Fiesta R5 in 2019 (before Covid struck!), they are entered […] Read more »

05 Jun: Reivers – Classes 1 – 6

… Beatson’s Building Supplies Reivers Rally, Sat 29th May … Class 1 First time on a closed road event, Andrew Blackwood and Richard Stewart had a good run in the class winning Ford Fiesta ST despite having to change a burst hose at service – and then nearly chucked it […] Read more »

05 Jun: Reivers – Classes 7 – H4

… Beatson’s Building Supplies Reivers Rally, Sat 29th May … Class 7 The McKnight family never seem to have an easy time of it with Mark having the gearbox out overnight to change to fix the clutch slave cylinder for the Reivers plus long spells on the spanners during the […] Read more »

04 Jun: Reivers – Headline report

KNC Groundworks Scottish Rally Championship / Burnside Piling Scottish Tarmack Championship  … Beatson’s Building Supplies Reivers Rally, Sat 29th May … Well, that was a rally. Six stages in a four hour route, including one half hour service halt. The first stage is only a mile from the rally start […] Read more »