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Barony Open Day

Members of the RSAC Scottish Rally organising committee will be at the Scottish Rural Colleges Barony Campus open day this Sunday (31 May). Publicity co-ordinator, Craig Webster. “The Barony Open Day has been a long standing feature of pre-event publicity for The Scottish. It always feels like the official launch of the event.”

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Regulations Available

The organising committee of the 2015 RSAC Motorsport Scottish Rally are pleased to announce the publication of the 2015 Regulations. Available for download only under the Competitor page of the website

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Mixed Fortunes at The Granite

The 2015 RSAC New Talent Scholarship winner, 17 year old Andy Struthers, had a day of highs and lows at the recent Coltel Granite City Rally in Aberdeenshire.  This event was Andy’s second forest rally, and was a round of both the C2MotorsportParts.com Ecosse C2 challenge and the ArrCraib Scottish Rally Championship.  In this event

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Winning start for Andy

The 2015 RSAC New Talent Scholarship winner took his e Rally First specification Citroen C2, home with a win  in the inaugural round of the new C2MotorsportParts.com Ecosse Challenge  and first in his class in the SRC at last weekend’s Border Counties Rally. Biggar High School pupil, Andy Struthers (17) from Libberton endured over 30

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RSAC Motorsport New Talent Scholarship 2015

RSAC Motorsport Ltd is pleased to announce that Libberton rally driver, Andy Struthers (17) has been awarded its 2015 New Talent Scholarship. The Curtis Bros Fitness Studio backed driver has been competing for three years in the Junior 1000 Rally Championship.

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An open letter from the MSA Chief Executive regarding spectator safety on UK stage rallies

This weekend marks the second anniversary of the tragic death of a spectator on the Snowman Rally, and of course on the Jim Clark Rally in 2014 three more spectators lost their lives in equally tragic circumstances. As a result the Scottish Government, following an emergency debate in the Scottish Parliament, commissioned a major review

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