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.
A passage in Jensen Button’s upcoming autobiography suggests that perhaps his partnership with McLaren team-mate Lewis Hamilton was not as friendly as it seemed. But is this so surprising? Rivalry amongst team-mates in motorsport is nothing new. By Luke Barry
Everybody loves a comeback kid. Strange that the hero in question is a three time world champion, but Petter Solberg achieved something genuinely astonishing on the penultimate round of the FIA World Rallycross Championship in Germany last weekend. By Luke Barry.
In only his second season on the tour, Ashley Sutton has become a British Touring Car champion. For the 23 year old, it’s the stuff of dreams, but his underdog triumph is fully deserved. By Luke Barry
The great and the good of Scottish rallying descended upon Dunkeld for the McRae Gravel Challenge. Fifty cars; thirty stage miles; four stages. Except this wasn’t really about the competition. By Luke Barry
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
10 years on from his death, the world of motorsports stops to remember the life of Colin McRae. The youngest ever World Rally Champion was taken far too soon and the absence of his mesmerising talents continues to be felt by those close to the sport. By Luke Barry
It seems as if the romance of McLaren and Honda rekindling their previously dominant partnership will never have the fairy-tale ending many would have dreamed of. But a new and hopefully prosperous chapter is about to begin, and it’s called McLaren-Renault. By Luke Barry