ENRG Sport’s Luke Barry on why the Scottish Borders has such a rich racing heritage, a pool of young racing talent, and how his hometown contributed to his fascination of motorsports.
This season’s Super Sunday matches have failed to live up to their own name. Once reserved for the biggest and most anticipated fixtures of the weekend, so far this season’s games have boring and goals have been scarce. By Gregor Kerr
Two years ago Brendan Rodgers was sacked by Liverpool. It came less than 18 months after he had led the Reds to an improbable title challenge but at the time, Rodgers’ stock couldn’t have been lower. It seemed unlikely that he would ever get the chance to manage at the top level again. But that all changed once he joined Celtic. By Jamie Braidwood.
It isn’t often that a national championship is more popular than its international equivalent, but in the case of the British Touring Car Championship, it’s hard to argue otherwise. The BTCC’s revolutionary format and extraordinary ability to adapt to its external factors have all helped it become the biggest racing series in the UK. By Luke Barry
Almost a week on from the transfer window slamming shut and with the dust settling on a summer of financial madness, we have a look at some of the shocks and bargains of a record breaking window. By Gregor Kerr