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Border Counties Rally 2015

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There are big changes in store for the 2015 Border Counties Rally.

Initial plans are for the  event to run entirely north of the Border, with a return to some stages not used competitively by rally cars for many years. Along with a new service park, this route will provide a different challenge for the competitors and organising team alike!

The rally will still be based in Jedburgh, with Rally HQ in the Town Hall, and once again spectators will be able to get close to the cars with scrutineering and the ceremonial start also in Abbey Place.

The other significant change is that after 13 years of dedicated support, John McClory and Brick & Steel Construction are standing down as title sponsor. The organising team from Hawick and Border Car Club and Whickham and District Motor Club are very grateful to John and Brick & Steel, for their valuable input throughout this time. They will continue to be involved in the event as an associate partner, and we hope to see John out on the stages again next year.

Put the date in your diary now, Saturday 21st March, we hope to see you there.

The Organising Team


Saturday, 21st March 2105 - 11:30am

Special Stage 2 (Riccarton) - Cancelled

Just after 10.00 this morning a number of quad bikers arrived at Post 7, Stage 2, Riccarton. The bikers were initially stopped by the marshals at this location at which point they became abusive towards the marshals and stated they had, "No regard for the rally."

The bikers proceeded off into the forest and the marshals lost sight of them. Due to the lack of knowledge of their whereabouts and intentions, the stage was suspended and subsequently cancelled.

The Border Counties Rally takes the safety of all as its first priority and as such had no alternative but to take this decision.

Friday, 16th January 2105

You"re going to need Map 73

The Border Counties Rally will see a significant change of direction this year by becoming the first since it's resurrection in 1997 to have the whole route north of the border. Only 7 miles of the roads were used last year, 3 stages are unused by any event since 1999 and have only seen one rally car in the period since. The majority of current drivers will not have been in these forests! Some older navigators however may have...

We also have a new hard standing central service area with cafe and toilets on site, this will be visited twice during the day.

As well as being round 2 of the ARR Craib MSA Scottish Rally Championship and the opening round of the Ecosse Challenge, we also welcome competitors from the HRCR Motoscope Northern Historic Rally Championship, the ANECCC SG Petch Stage Rally Championship, the Border Challenge and for the first time, the Five of Clubs Championship.

The event remains based in Jedburgh with scrutineering, start and pipe band finish ceremony outside Rally HQ in the Town Hall.

We look forward to extending you a very warm Borders welcome to a new challenge on classic roads.



Entries open 1st February 2015



Your rally needs you!

If you'd like to volunteer as a marshal or get involved contact Guy Wickham (Chief Marshal) for more information.

Chief Marshal

Guy Wickham


If you'd like to volunteer as a radio marshal contact Lindsay Burnip (Comms Officer) for more information.

Communication Officer

Lindsay Burnip



Lillards Edge

Lilliardsedge is a family owned and operated Holiday Park with a 12 month holiday license, set in the spectacular surroundings of the beautiful Scottish borders. We have been awarded with a prestigious David Bellamy Conservation Silver Award 2013/2014.



General Enquiries


Event Secretary

Fiona Lackenby


Communication Officer

Lindsay Burnip


Clerk of the Course

Clayton Lackenby


Entry Secretary

Sarah Murdie


Media Officer

Mark Jose


Chief Marshal

Guy Wickham