If you have enjoyed these photos then you may also enjoy viewing some of the comments that have been posted by others who have also viewed this website - you can read these down below, note that they go over several pages! And if you wish to add your own comments then I would encourage you to do so, just fill in the details below - don’t include your e-mail address unless you wish me to be able to reply to you, I can subsequently remove it if you wish. (You’ll need to include the 8 squiggly letters for your comment to be accepted, this is a necessary evil to prevent automatically generated spam entries being included; also, it may take a few hours before your comment appears below!).
Thank you for your interest!
Name: Charles Walker
Sent: 11/11/2010 04:11:38 pm
Thanks for a great look back at what were truly fantastic Sunday afternoons at Ingleston. The place had an atmosphere unlike any other circuit. Great memories.
The site is fantastic and thanks for sharing your pictures.
P.S. Has anyone got pictures of Frank Gardeners Chevrolet Camaro when he visited in 74 or 75??
Name: Loraine Mercury
Sent: 10/10/2010 04:10:38 pm
Love the photos. My late Father was Bill Nicholson of MGB fame (also BSA Gold Star) He never raced at Ingliston, but we went a couple of times with the late John Gott (Austin-Healey 3000) who was Dad's Best Friend & one of my Godfathers. It was so lovely to see all the photos & I loved the Chevron ones - I used to keep all the records of Chevrons Worldwide for Derek Bennett - all the results of all Chevrons were meticulously written down by me every week - How much easier it would have been if we'd had the Internet then!
I remember you racing your Hawke.
Loraine & Angel the Cat
Name: Mark Oldfield
Sent: 09/27/2010 09:09:42 pm
Some fantastic photos of fantastic cars.A genuine moment in time.
These images show just how much more "Relaxed" racing was in the 60&70`s.
Name: Euan Ferguson
Sent: 07/19/2010 01:07:23 pm
I was a regular spectator from 60's to 74 before emigrating to Canada in 75. This site brought back some wonderful memories. One is marvelling at being able to shove a closed fist up the GT40's tail pipes, they were immense!
Another (not quite related), is of skiving off to go to the ABC theatre on Lothian Road and watching Le Mans 3-times in a row - the same day!
Those were the days .......
Name: steve jefferies
Sent: 07/11/2010 11:07:26 am
Great site, I was a regular competitor in the 80's in road saloons in a mk1 escort and sunbeam lotus, then raced modsports and gt's in a davrian very fond memories INDEED
Name: phil bremner
Sent: 07/01/2010 01:07:51 pm
Excellent - oh the memories and the great times we had as Imp followers back in the late 70's - great times - I wish they could re-introduce this category of affordable racing back into the sport.
Great web site !!
Name: GARRY COWAN
Sent: 06/24/2010 03:06:33 pm
Absolutely awesome collection of photos.I'm a regular at Knockhill and have been for many years.Unfortunately I never had the pleasure of experiencing the racing at Ingliston.
These guys were proper racing drivers,not afraid of the potentially lethal consequence of losing control at speed.
A brilliant site that's got me in the mood for Knockhills Classic Speedfair this weekend.
Name: paul toner
Sent: 06/16/2010 11:06:04 pm
brilliant site,great memories
was a regular with my uncle from 76ish until the end
the 3 names i never forgot were niven,allen and fyda
used to watch a fair bit from the viewing platform on the first floor of the mcrobert pavilion while older ones were having a few beers
Name: Iain Grandison
Sent: 05/31/2010 01:05:30 am
Have been trying to track down info on a car that was raced at Ingliston Circuit and various other tracks plus some hillclimb courses. I came across this site and checking photos section i found a picture of said car......1981 pics... Colin Christie driving yellow/red 2.3 Chevette bodied car sponsored by Bilston Garage any info reguarding this car would be greatly appreciated...history,pics, does it still exist? cheers
Great site !!!
Name: Alistair Hogg
Sent: 05/21/2010 10:05:14 pm
great pictures brings back memories i remember sitting in the stand one time and Jim Clark and sir Jackie Stewart were sitting behind me I mind Jim testing a Rover turbine car and almost putting it into the barrier as it had no drag with the engine anyone else their that day