KNOCKHILL Racing Circuit is one of West Fife's most recognisable venues and a jewel in Scotland's sporting crown, and it is gearing up to celebrate a landmark year.

Situated to the north of Dunfermline, half a century of thrills, spills and high-class action at the circuit will be celebrated throughout 2024 - and one lucky Press Sport reader can join in with our fantastic competition.

To mark 50 years since Knockhill first opened its doors, an anniversary book, written by Stuart Gray, director of events at Scotland's Motorsport Centre, has been put together to chronicle its journey from humble beginnings to becoming Scotland's national motorsport centre.

Spanning more than 250 pages, it charts the story of Knockhill's early days as a farmer's grazing land to an international race track, reliving legendary moments, incredible action and motorsport triumphs, as well as the stories of the men and women who have raced and worked there over the last 50 years.

Dunfermline Press: The book has written by Stuart Gray, director of events at Knockhill.The book has written by Stuart Gray, director of events at Knockhill. (Image: Knockhill Racing Circuit.)

Beautifully presented and packed full of archive photographs, many of which were contributed by visitors, competitors amongst others, to bring it to life, the book charts the highs and lows of both racing and the business itself throughout five decades of operation.

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Complete with a foreword written by former Formula One star David Coulthard MBE, who said Knockhill was the first race track that he drove a car on, the work relives the racing exploits of motorsport greats, ranging from Coulthard himself and the late rally driver, Colin McRae, to the likes of Niall Mackenzie, Steve Hislop, Sir Stirling Moss, John Cleland, Louise Aitken-Walker and Gordon Shedden.

Knockhill, 50 Years of Racing is the perfect way to celebrate the venue's milestone year, and essential reading for motorsport fans to look back on how it has evolved and developed to become the modern, fully-equipped race track that it is today.

Thanks to the team at Knockhill Racing Circuit, Press Sport is able to offer one lucky reader a copy of the book, as well as a pair of tickets to an event of their choice in 2024.

Events that have already been confirmed in next year's calendar include the Bennetts British Superbike Championship (June 14-16) and the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship (August 10-11), Supertruck Scotland (August 24-25), a 50th anniversary bike racing meeting (September 21-22), and the annual live action and fireworks spectacular (November 2).

For your chance to win, simply tell us: Which anniversary will Knockhill Racing Circuit celebrate in 2024?

You can send your answer, complete with your name, address and a contact number, to Knockhill anniversary competition, Dunfermline Press, Forsyth House, Pitreavie Drive, Dunfermline, KY11 8US, or by emailing

Entries must be received by close of business on Wednesday December 20, and one lucky winner from the correct entries received will be selected at random.

Knockhill, 50 Years of Racing is available to buy now, and can be obtained from the circuit directly, on site or online, or from Amazon and all good book stores.

For more information on the book, and on upcoming events at Knockhill, visit