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SIXTY YEARS AFTER it won the Le Mans 24-Hours in 1956, the legendary Ecurie Ecosse   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE young guns Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty re-wrote the British GT   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell endured a miserable outing in   Read More ...

FOUR WEEKS AFTER they were the innocent victims of a first corner incident at Spa-Francorchamps,   Read More ...

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SIXTY YEARS AFTER it won the Le Mans 24-Hours in 1956, the legendary Ecurie Ecosse D-Type Jaguar, chassis XKD 501 — the first D-Type supplied by Jaguar to a privateer team — will be auctioned at RM Sotheby’s Monterey, California sale, August 19/20, writes Jim McGill. It’s estimated the car   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE young guns Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty re-wrote the British GT Championship record books again when they won their first race at Snetterton. Mitchell, who took the opening stint in the first one-hour race behind the wheel of their Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse McLaren 570S GT4,   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell endured a miserable outing in the penultimate round of the British GT Championship at Snetterton. Hit by an extra 40kg ‘success’ ballast, bolted to the passenger floor of their Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse McLaren 650S GT3, the pair qualified fifth   Read More ...

FOUR WEEKS AFTER they were the innocent victims of a first corner incident at Spa-Francorchamps, Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse GT3 duo, Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell, return to British GT Championship action this weekend at Snetterton (Aug 6/7). With one podium already under their belts from earlier in the season,   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE young guns Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty are hopeful it’ll be third time lucky as they head to Snetterton for the penultimate round of the British GT Championship this weekend (Aug 6/7). The teenage Scots duo have twice started races from pole position this season in   Read More ...

IT’S HARD TO believe that 60 years have gone by since Ecurie Ecosse won the Le Mans 24-Hours for the first time: Sunday, July 29, 1956. It was a win which elevated the team to true greatness, but it was purely by chance that Ecurie Ecosse even received an entry   Read More ...