Iain Provan, 64, Elizabeth Allan, 63, and Len Stern, 71, lost their lives at the Jim Clark Rally near Coldstream in 2014.Read the full story ›
An inquiry at Edinburgh Sheriff Court into three deaths at the Jim Clark Rally has seen official documents that revealed where the victims were standing was "highly dangerous".
A fatal accident inquiry into the deaths heard that set-up plans for the Jim Clark Rally near Coldstream in the Scottish Borders had said the area around where the accident happened should be "kept clear".
Colin Gracey, a spectator who witnessed the crash, says he saw a rally "warning" car stopping and talking to the group, who moved backwards into the field. He added as soon as the car left, the people moved back to where they had been.
Iain Provan, 64, Elizabeth Allan, 63, and Len Stern, 71, lost their lives at the Jim Clark Rally near Coldstream in the Scottish Borders in 2014.
The death of spectator Joy Robson, 51, at the Snowman Rally near Inverness in 2013, is also being looked into.
A joint fatal accident inquiry into the deaths of four motor sport fans at separate Scottish rallies including in the Borders has begun.Read the full story ›
Fundraisers need to find around £250,000 by 21 April, to ensure a museum dedicated to the motorsport legend gets the green light.Read the full story ›
A date has been set for a fatal accident inquiry into the deaths of three people at the Jim Clark Rally in the Scottish Borders.
The joint inquiry will also look into the death of another person at the Snowman Rally in Inverness.
- A preliminary hearing has been fixed for 7 February at Edinburgh Sheriff Court
- The Inquiry is due to begin on 17 July in Edinburgh
The 2017 Jim Clark Rally has already been cancelled, because the Motor Sports Association has refused to grant a license for the event.
They say it would be inappropriate given the on-going enquiry into deaths at the 2014 rally.
The Chairman of the Scottish Rally Championship has said that the cancellation of the Jim Clark Rally will have a significant impact on businesses in Kelso.
The rally, which was due to run on Sunday 4th June, provides a major boost to local businesses in the hospitality sector.
However, organisers made the decision to cancel the event due to insufficient entries.
Championship chairman Dave Robson said every effort was made to assist organisers with making sure the event would run, but that offers of financial help were declined.
The Scottish Rally Championship say they offered a loan to the organisers of the Jim Clark Rally, but that it was turned down.Read the full story ›
Organisers say they are saving money for next year, when they hope the event will take place on closed roads in the Borders.Read the full story ›
Scotland's chief legal officer says the investigations are needed before criminal proceedings or a fatal accident inquiry take place.Read the full story ›
Organisers and competitors have hailed the weekend's Jim Clark Rally as a huge success.
In her final report from the event, Lori Carnochan looks at the future of one of the UK's most high profile rallies.