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BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell saw all hopes of a   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE young guns Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty saw a dominant weekend   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell head to the iconic Spa-Francorchamps   Read More ...

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BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell saw all hopes of a maiden win in the British GT Championship wrecked by a first corner incident on the opening lap at Spa-Francorchamps. Having only narrowly missed out on pole position by 0.042s, Edinburgh racer McCaig started the team’s   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE young guns Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty saw a dominant weekend shattered when their McLaren 570S GT4 ran out of fuel due to a pump failure. The pair were leading the British GT Championship at Spa-Francorchamps by more than 20-seconds at the time. The duo, who   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell head to the iconic Spa-Francorchamps circuit, deep in the Belgian Ardennes forest, for the next round of the British GT Championship (July 8/9). And four weeks after missing out on a podium at Silverstone by just 1.3-seconds, the pair are   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE young guns Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty head to one of the most iconic circuit in the world, Spa-Francorchamps, for the next round of the British GT Championship (July 8/9). And fresh from qualifying their McLaren 570S GT4 on pole position for the last round at   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE GT3 duo, Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell, delivered a hard fought fourth place in the latest round of the British GT Championship at Silverstone. Cruelly, the pair only missed out on their second successive podium by 1.304-seconds in a thrilling finale to the three-hour race. In   Read More ...

TWENTY-FOUR HOURS after re-writing the British GT Championship history books, Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse young guns Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty were ultimately left frustrated in the gloom which shrouded Silverstone. Fresh from bagging their first pole position and the first for the new McLaren 570S GT4 — and with   Read More ...