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Britain's top rally drivers battle it out in Kielder

More than 140 rally drivers have been taking part in the Carlisle-based Pirelli International Rally.

The two-day event is the second round of the British Rally Championship and takes place in the Kielder forest complex. Lori Carnochan has been to watch the action:

Castle Douglas driver celebrates championship win

Castle Douglas driver Jock Armstrong has won his second Scottish Rally Championship, after winning his home rally on Saturday.

He had been in a tight battle with Duns driver Garry Pearson all year, but mechanical failure ended his title hopes.

Lori Carnochan has been catching up with the champion.

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WATCH: Rally Finland day five

Here's the final part of our series looking behind the scenes at the Cumbrian-based M-Sport rally team. So far we've found out how the company started-up, and followed the team at one of the most prestigious rallies in the world.

Rally Finland may not have quite gone to plan for M-Sport, but they did manage to pick up some important championship points. Now back at base, Lori Carnochan has been to find out what the future holds for owner Malcolm Wilson and his team.

WATCH: Day 4 Rally Finland

This is the fourth in our series of features on M-Sport world rally team, which is based in Cockermouth.

We've been following their progress out in the World Rally Championship in Finland.

Lori Carnochan brings us the action from the final day of competition.

WATCH: Day 3 Rally Finland

The third of ITV Border's special reports looking into what life is like working for one of the world's top rally teams.

They may be based in Cockermouth, but M-Sport travel all over the world.

Lori Carnochan has been out to Rally Finland to see the team in action, and meet the support team who keep the show on the road.

Day 3 Rally Finalnd

Rally Finland 2015 Credit: ITV Border

In yesterday's report we followed M-Sport away from its base in Cockermouth, as they prepared for the excitement of Rally Finland.

In the third of our special reports, we look into what life is like working for one of the world's top rally teams.

Tune into Lookaround at 6pm to see the latest instalment from Rally Finland.

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WATCH: Rally Finland part two

Yesterday we saw how motor-sports company M-Sport was founded, and heard about the work that goes on at its Cumbrian HQ.

Well now we catch up with the team away from its base in Cockermouth, as they prepare for the excitement of Rally Finland. As our reporter Lori Carnochan found out, it's not just the driver's who're pushed to their limits.

WATCH: Day 1 Rally Finland 2015

We've been given unprecedented access to the drivers, the cars and all the action from one of the most exciting rallies in the world - Rally Finland.

Our first feature takes us back to where it all began, with managing director Malcolm Wilson, looking back on his own career.

Lori Carnochan reports

World Rally Finland 2015

M-Sport's state-of-the-art workshop at Dovenby Hall near Cockermouth Credit: ITV Border

Every night this week on Lookaround, ITV Border are bringing you a special insight into one of West Cumbria's largest employers.

M-Sport world rally team are based near Cockermouth, but spend most of their time travelling the globe competing in the World Rally Championship.

ITV has unprecedented access to the drivers, cars and all the action from one of the most exciting rallies in the world, Rally Finland.

Tune into tonight's evening news to see the first instalment which takes us back to where it all began.

Rally Credit: ITV Border

Full investigation underway into fatal rally crash

Police at the scene of the crash Credit: PA

A full investigation is underway this morning into how a motor rally in the Borders left three people dead and two others critically injured.

The tragedy happened at the Jim Clark Rally on Saturday when a car somehow hit a group of people who had travelled from Glasgow.

Three of them, two men and a woman, died at the scene. The Tragedy followed an accident earlier in the day that injured five spectators

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