Scottish motoring news, rally reports and information

News: Ford Puma WRC

M-Sport will debut its proposed new 2022 WRC contender at this weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. A 1.6 litre turbocharged petrol engined Ford Puma with electric motor and hybrid drivetrain. Adrian Fourmaux and Matthew Wilson will drive the car on the world famous hillclimb and give the British public its first glimpse of what the next generation World Rally Cars might look like … [News]

News: Inglis Tingles Mach1

Alistair and Colin Inglis won the opening round of the 2021 Marshall Construction  Scottish Tarmack Championship at Machrihanish. Gordon Morrison and Calum MacPherson ran them close finishing just 22 seconds behind after almost 100 miles of stages. The Junior 1000 crews were also in action but the spoils were carried off across the Border by young Archie Swinscoe. Full Reports here: [Seniors] [Juniors]

Driven: Kia Soul EV

The last thing you’d expect from a  Kia Soul is ‘hot hatch performance’, but this is an electric car, and as such it could fairly tickle the fancy of any speed lover. But that’s not what it’s about, the Soul is one of the better offerings on the market when it comes to range. Kia claims 280 miles from a full charge, but I reckon 300 plus is easily achievable … [Review]

Driven: Volvo V90 Hybrid

Motoring luxury can be defined in a five letter word – Volvo. Why spend a six figure sum in the pursuit of luxurious comfort when five figures will do the job perfectly well? Of course there are other manufacturers in the five figure bracket but personally speaking, Volvo is the word that first springs to mind when I think of affordable luxury. It’s jst so damn comfy and cuddly! … [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]

Electric Skoda Rally

Skoda is intending to debut its new, fully electric Fabia rally car later this month on a round of the Austrian Rally Championship. Based on a Fabia Rally2 evo bodyshell and powered by an 860 volts system delivering 260 kW (348 bhp) peak power, the concept car has been homologated by the Austrian Motorsport Federation AMF (ÖAMTC) … [Read More]

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