CAR racing enthusiasts are in for a summer treat over the next five weeks as a trio of top meetings head to West Fife.

Knockhill Racing Circuit, located to the north of Dunfermline, will host three high calibre racing events – starting this weekend with a first for the venue.

As reported in last week's Press Sport – complete with a competition for one lucky winner to receive a pair of tickets, courtesy of Scotland's national motorsport centre – the Ferrari Owners Club GB Competizone takes place this Saturday and Sunday at the circuit.

It is the first time that Knockhill have hosted a Ferrari Owners Club event, in the shape of its away round for 2023, ensuring that the venue will resemble a piece of Italy over the course of two days.

The roar of racing Ferrari V8 engines will be heard as the Ferrari Club Classic race series, track day sessions, and Ferrari owners' parades, will all add to a high-quality race weekend, also featuring a number of the Scottish Motor Racing Club (SMRC) and Knockhill Motor Sports Club (KMSC) championships.

Topping the guest Ferrari activity is the super performance Ferrari Club Classic race series, featuring racing cars of the iconic manufacturer from, mainly, the 1980s and 1990s, such as Ferrari 328s, 348s and 355s, racing on Knockhill's clockwise track layout on Saturday, before switching to the anti-clockwise configuration on Sunday.

A pair of Ferrari track day sessions will be supported by the hard-fought Scottish Legends Championship, SMRC C1 Cup and Super Lap Scotland on the opening day of racing, with Sunday's Ferrari race championship complimented by the SMRC classics, Fiesta ST Cup, the Scottish Legends, and a Ferrari track parade and pre-race grid walk for the public.

This weekend's racing will be followed on July 22-23 by TCR-UK Touring Car racing, with the British Racing and Sports Car Club (BRSCC) set to bring what could be the largest car race meeting ever held at Knockhill.

No less than seven visiting rounds of car racing championships, some of which are coming to Scotland for the first time, and complimented by the local Scottish ModSports, are set to attract up to 200 competitors.

That is then followed, on August 12-13, by the return of the annual Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) race weekend, which, this year, is set to feature rising Kelty star, Ronan Pearson, in his debut season in the series, and Rory Butcher, whose father, Derek, is a former owner and CEO at Knockhill.

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Gates for this weekend's event open at 8am on both days, with the first of six races on Saturday taking place at 11.55am, with an 11.25am start for the first of nine the following day.