Strong performances by a group of Midlothian Swimming Club swimmers, saw them win the Top Club trophy as well as a raft of individual medals at the Livingston & District Dolphins Graded Meet at the weekend.
Scottish and Melville Club Championship racers began their 2019 season at East Fortune in cold weather with a low track temperature and cold tyres that led to several crashes causing lengthy hold-ups on Saturday and due to the 6pm curfew several of Saturday’s races were run on Sunday morning.
Penicuik driver Colin Noble reflected on a “good” weekend as he and his Neilsen Racing team-mate Tony Wells opened up their European Le Mans Series campaign with a fifth-placed finish at the Circuit Paul Ricard in France.
Neither side had much at stake barring pride in this, their final game of the season. Glasgow Accies are safe till next season in the middle of the table, while Lasswade’s relegation fate was sealed last week at Preston Lodge.
Penicuik racing driver Colin Noble will once again double up his European campaign with a full-season effort in the Michelin Le Mans Cup alongside his already announced return to the European Le Mans Series (ELMS)