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Having won both opening rounds of the Henderson Insurance Brokers LMP3 Cup Championship last time   Read More ...

Having secured a double victory on their LMP3 debut last month at Donington Park, Ecurie   Read More ...

Following a strong LMP3 race winning debut at Donington Park last weekend (22-23rd April), Ecurie Ecosse   Read More ...

Following up on a debut win was always going to be a tough challenge for   Read More ...

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Having already confirmed its double race programme this year in both the Le Mans Cup and the all new Henderson LMP3 Cup, Ecurie Ecosse are delighted to confirm that Edinburgh Gin joins existing partners Alex F Noble & Son and the John Clark Motor Group with the team for the   Read More ...

In a year where the team celebrates the 60th anniversary of a famous 24 Hours of Le Mans victory, Ecurie Ecosse is pleased to confirm its plans for the 2017 season, including a return to Circuit de la Sarthe this June. The Scottish-based team have paired up with Nielsen Racing   Read More ...

Ian Stewart, the last remaining founder member of Ecurie Ecosse passed away at his home in Crieff on Sunday of last week. Though he retired from racing in the spring of 1954 his interest in motor racing never waned and he was as opinionative and enthusiastic about modern motor racing as   Read More ...

Kevin “Keki” Kivlochan who won the HRS Championship in 2015 and narrowly missed out on the title in 2016 is all set to challenge for the 2017 season. Kivlochan, an ardent Ecurie Ecosse fan, has run his 1969 Plus 8 Morgan in the HSCC Championship for the last three seasons,   Read More ...

SCOTS YOUNG GUNS Sandy Mitchell and Ciaran Haggerty have rounded off their debut season in the British GT Championship with two major awards, writes Jim McGill. First Mitchell, the 16-year-old from Forfar, and 20-year-old Johnstone-born Haggerty — who piloted their Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse McLaren 570S GT4 to pole positions   Read More ...

TO CELEBRATE THE 60th anniversary of Scotland’s iconic race team, Ecurie Ecosse, winning the Le Mans 24-Hours in 1956, the team brought its 2016 McLaren 650S GT3 to Scotland for the only time this year. The event marked the end of the car’s debut season in the ultra-competitive British GT   Read More ...