Scottish motoring news, rally reports and information

News: Virtual Marshal

On the basis that Covid-19 and new technology has affected the sport of rallying, looking ahead we will all have to get used to the idea that “things ain’t going to be what they used to be”. Whether that will be good or bad depends on your point of  view, but for sure, the positive impact on rally timing and marshalling can only be a good thing – can’t it? … [News]

News: M-Sport Stages

Following the success of last year’s event, M-Sport are delighted to announce that the M-Sport Stages is set to make a return to Greystoke forest this summer. Organised in conjunction with the West Cumbria and Eden Valley Motor Clubs, initial plans are already underway with the event scheduled to become a two-day fixture on 3-4 July … [News]

Driven: Ford EcoSport

Ford is really clever at coming up with ideas to broaden the appeal of its cars. Take the Ford EcoSport for instance. It’s a small SUV style family car and just the ticket for use as a small family runabout. But then they bring out a sportier looking variation called the ST Line and now they’ve added another, the Active, which I think is the best one to go for … [Review]

Driven: Jaguar I-Pace

Can a stubborn Neanderthal petrolhead, who likes power, response, smell and the noise, ever become a converted electrocarholic? Can soul-less, character-less and silent electric cars convert and convince a lifelong addict to multi cylinder piston engines that there is another way? And then Jaguar says: “Here try this” and hands over the keys to a Jaguar I-Pace … [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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