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.
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Organisers and competitors have hailed the weekend's Jim Clark Rally as a huge success.
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The organisers of this year's Jim Clark Rally have had a struggle to put together an event just 12 months on from the tragic accident in 2014.
At one point it looked like they would have to cancel the rally completely due to the amount of work required to change it from a closed tarmac event to a forestry event.
However, they've managed to put together the rally which has attracted 80 teams and thousands of spectators are expected to watch on Sunday.
The spectators going into the forests are being asked to adhere to the instructions given by organisers and safety marshals.
If we find any spectators ignoring these instructions and putting themselves or others in danger then we do have the right to cancel the stage. We want everyone to go out and have a fun day at the rally, but most importantly a safe day.
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A display of classic cars will be on show in Duns this weekend, along with one of Scotland's most successful racing drivers, for the Jim Clark Weekend.
The free public event is being held in the hometown of Formula One legend Jim Clark.
There will be a static display of cars that he raced in on Saturday, and a parade of racing cars through the town on Sunday. There will also be a tractor parade, to celebrate Jim's local farming roots.
The weekend is to celebrate 50 years since Jim Clark's famous 1965 season, when he won his second Formula One World Championship, the Formula Two World Championship, Indianapolis 500, and the Tasman Championship.
One of Scotland's top current racers will also be there - Allan McNish - who has three Le Mans 24 Hour Race titles to his name, and is himself a former Formula One driver:
I am very much looking forward to visiting Duns for the Jim Clark Weekend on what is going to be a fantastic celebration of Jim's success.
It will be really cool to see an extremely rare Lotus 38 similar to the Indy 500 winning car and classic Lotus F1 cars in which he claimed his World titles, cars that in his hands brought so much success and also pride to our country."
The event is being organised by Club Lotus, and the Jim Clark Trust.
Earlier this year the Trust announced plans for a new £1.2 million redevelopment of the existing Jim Clark Museum in partnership with Scottish Borders Council.