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BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE GT3 duo, Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell, delivered a hard fought   Read More ...

TWENTY-FOUR HOURS after re-writing the British GT Championship history books, Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse young   Read More ...

TWO WEEKS AFTER finishing on the podium for the first time this season, Black Bull   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE GT4 young guns, Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty, will use their   Read More ...

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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 ...

TWO WEEKS AFTER finishing on the podium for the first time this season, Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell head to Silverstone this weekend (June 11/12) gunning for victory in their McLaren 650S GT3. And both drivers are aware of how pivotal the three-hour race, over   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE GT4 young guns, Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty, will use their disappointment of missing out on a debut British GT Championship podium by 0.7secs as added motivation to finish in the top three at Silverstone this weekend (June 11/12). Fresh from posting their best result of   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE scored its first British GT Championship podium of the season when it finished second at Oulton Park. Starting from second on the grid, the team’s McLaren 650S GT3, driven by Edinburgh’s Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell from Newcastle, held position throughout the 60-minute race to finish   Read More ...

BLACK BULL ECURIE ECOSSE young guns, Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty, missed out on a debut GT4 podium in the British GT Championship by just 0.757seconds at Oulton Park. The talented youngsters battled through the 60-minute race with an ill-handling car, a result of damage the McLaren 570S GT4 suffered   Read More ...