There was mixed success for local drivers at the Border Counties Rally in Jedburgh.
The event was the first round of the British Rally Championship and was won by Sweden's Fredrik Ahlin. Dumfries driver and pre-event favourite David Bogie hit a rock on Saturday, ending his hopes of a win. Welsh drivers Tom Cave and Osian Pryce took second and third spot.
Castle Douglas driver Jock Armstrong made it two wins in two years at the event when he won the Scottish Rally Championship section.
Duns driver Euan Thorburn took second place, with Kirktlebridge driver Mike Faulkner rounding off the podium.
The event attracted thousand of spectators to the forests around Jedburgh. A lot of emphasis had been placed on spectator safety and there were no incidents to report, which pleased the organisers and drivers.
Organisers hailed the event as a major success:
You can watch Lori Carnochan's preview to the rally here:
And here's the full report of the weekend's action