Forrestburn Drivers and their Cars: Part 3 – 25.08.18

Forrestburn Drivers and their Cars: Part 3 – 25.08.18


This is the third in a series of three videos featuring drivers at the August 2018 hill climb event at Forrestburn being interviewed by our very own Alistair Reynolds, channelling Alan Whicker. They mostly talk about their cars – but occasionally about themselves. In this video, Scott Goodfellow, Jamie Gibbon, Gordon McRobbie, Mike Stewart, Ross Glen, Donald Coltart and Simon Scott are the stars.
Forrestburn Drivers and their Cars: Part 2 – 25.08.18

Forrestburn Drivers and their Cars: Part 2 – 25.08.18


This is the second in a series of three videos featuring drivers at the August 2018 hill climb event at Forrestburn being interviewed by our very own Alistair Reynolds, channelling Alan Whicker. They mostly talk about their cars – but occasionally about themselves. In this video, Donald McDonald, Jim Campbell, John Bunting, Tom Graham, Paul Rhodes, Frazer McRudie and Ross Napier are the stars.
Forrestburn Drivers and their Cars: Part 1 – 25.08.18

Forrestburn Drivers and their Cars: Part 1 – 25.08.18


This is the first in a series of three videos featuring drivers at the August 2018 hill climb event at Forrestburn being interviewed by our very own Alistair Reynolds, channelling Alan Whicker. They mostly talk about their cars – but occasionally about themselves. In this video, Colin McLachlan, Douglas Anderson, George Cooper, Kenny Baird and Angus Buchan are the stars.
Cycling at Forrestburn – 13 August 2018

Cycling at Forrestburn – 13 August 2018


An event was held on Monday 13 August 2018 to investigate the possibility of using our hill climb track as a future cycling venue. Numerous clubs throughout Central Scotland were invited to send someone along to try out the track and give their impression via video commentary. Eight representatives attended, and some were key influencers in the cycling world.

This investigation was a great success and the MSCC Committee want to move to the next stage by organising a trial event. We consider the future activities of cycling clubs on our site to be complementary to what we currently offer in motorsport and it is in the correct strategic direction regarding the environment and development of the site. The facilities on our site for this activity are quite rudimentary so the idea is to look for future funding via Scottish Motor Sports (SMS) to help provide the necessary changing/shower facilities etc. These facilities would of course also be available for our motorsport activities. If you are interested in using the track for a future cycling event please contact:

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The video can also be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtdEky6UFVw