Scotland entry deadline extended
"We’ve decided to give those drivers yet to finalise their plans a little more time"
Entries for RACMSA Rally of Scotland will remain open until 5 October to give British championship crews planning to contest the event more time to finalise their plans.
Iain Campbell, the event Clerk of the Course, said he has received several enquiries from leading runners from the British championship, which concluded last weekend.
“We’ve had a great response for entries but we’ve decided to give those drivers yet to finalise their plans a little more time, so we have agreed to extend the deadline to 5 October,” said Campbell.
Campbell said the number of Super 2000 cars due to contest the gravel event has hit double figures. They include last year’s winner Guy Wilks, the first driver to enter the rally, and outgoing Intercontinental Rally Challenge champion Kris Meeke.
Several traditional Group N cars will also be in action on the Perth-based event, which runs from 15-17 October.