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Kirkgunzeon rally driver takes podium finish on Argyll Rally

Rory Young scored a podium finish in the latest round of the Asset Alliance Group Scottish Rally Championship.

The Kirkgunzeon driver and navigator Allan Cathers were fourth overall on the Dunoon Presents Argyll Rally in their Volkswagen Polo – and second of the Scottish championship runners.

Rounding out the top 10 in the overall standings was Dumfries’ Mark McCulloch, who was joined by Michael Hendry in his Proton Satria Evo.

Southerness’ Joe McKeand finished 21st overall – and third in class two in his Subaru Impreza, with Charlotte McDowall on the notes.

Dumfries’ David Hardie and John McCulloch were eighth in class three in their Ford Escort Mk2, with Dumfries’ Richard Stewart 11th in his Peugeot 208 Rally 4.

The next round of the Scottish Rally Championship is closer to home, with the RSAC Scottish Rally being based in Dalbeattie on July 20.

It’s the second year running the event will be based at Jas P Wilson Forest Machines, with a new route on offer for fans and competitors to enjoy.

There will be six special stages, with Dalbeattie and Kinharvie being used once again and a Glengap test also being introduced into the route.

As well as being part of the Scottish championship, the event is a counter in the Motoscope Northern Historic Rally Championship and the Autoshop MG3 Rally Challenge, as well as welcoming the Armed Forces Rally Team.

The rally is taking place in the 125th anniversary year of organisers the Royal Scottish Automobile Club.

For the 27th time, it’s being supported by Dumfries and Galloway Council as one of their signature events.

Clerk of the course, Jonathan Lord, said: “We are delighted to be returning to Dalbeattie following the warm welcome we received from Iain Wilson