THE STARS OF THE SHOW



The Girls



Jane Nicol

Jane is a 34 yr old Service Manager and the Calendar Co-ordinator living in Edinburgh. Jane started as a driver back in 2003. After a few too many vodkas at a dinner dance she was dared by Colin McRae to co-drive in December 2003 and has never looked back. She stopped driving in 2008 after a huge accident in her Evo 5 but continues to co-drive to this day for many a different driver in about 28 rallies a year. Her main seat is with Andrew Gallacher in the Scottish Rally Championship.


Paula Swinscoe

Paula, Queen MILF of the calendar, is a company director for Rallytech based in Englandshire with her husband John. She started co-driving many moons ago and like Jane, Paula also sits alongside many different drivers in various cars. Paula was crowned the Scottish Rally Co-driver Champion sitting alongside Jock Armstrong in 2015 in a Subaru.





Alison Clark

Alison has been Scotland’s GoMotorsport Regional Development Officer for the last four years, and is no stranger to inappropriate attire on rallies across Scotland. You’ll find her and partner-in-crime Nicky marshalling in fancy dress, much to the amusement of themselves and crews.


Nicky Crawford

Nicky, a special needs teaching assistant, and neighbour of Alison Clark, is a massive motorsport fan, from superbikes to forest rallying. A fitness fanatic and regular gym-bunny, she’s a keen volunteer ‘fancy dress’ marshal on rallies.





Abi Louden

Abi is a 24 year-old lawyer from Aberdeen. She started navigating for her Dad at the age of 16 in the Scottish Rally Championship, and has been as far as Rally Barbados in 2015 with her Dad in his Evo 9. She now navigates for a couple of different drivers in Scotland.


Jean Hay

Jean is a young 46 year old MILF who has recently left her day/night job at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh to work full time co-ordinating Project eRally. She started co-driving less than three years ago for Ellya Gold (her other half) in a Mitsubishi Evo 6 in the Scottish Rally Championship and for Euan Duncan in a newly built Honda S2000 on Tarmac.





Caroline Will

Caroline is a 24 year-old Mechanical Technician from Kintore. She has been into rallying as far back as she can remember. She currently co-drives for Brian Watson and has, on occasion, taken to the drivers' seat for a few events. Her first competitive drive was when she was 14, at a Stonehaven & District Motor Club Autotest!.


Ashleigh Will

Ashleigh is a 20 year-old also from Kintore, who has recently started her own business as a Technician Scheduler. She has been involved in rallying since a very young age thanks to her Grandad. As far back as she can remember she always had a torque wrench in her hand ready for her grandad, dad or uncle to come in to service on rallies all over Scotland. As soon as Ashleigh turned 14 she started navigating. She is hoping to be driving in the SRC championship soon.





Kim Gray

Kim works for the NHS down in Englandshire but is originally from the Isle of Mull, where everyone wants to be a rally driver! She started co-driving at the age of 16 on Mull. She first drove on a rally age 18 and since she has done bits and bobs. Favourite results are on the Roger Albert Clark rally, won the class first time driving a rear wheel drive car, finished in the top 20.


Laura Marshall

Laura is a 23 year-old Student Ambulance Technician. She has been co-driving for seven years. Previous to that she marshalled with her Dad until she was of an age to obtain a co-drivers licence. She lives in Tarbolton, but hometown is Newton Stewart. After sitting with her Uncle for the first few events, she then competed in the 205 Challenge with Graeme Smith. In 2017 she will be sitting with Greg McKnight in the Scottish Rally Championship.





Diane Jones

Diane, aged 48, is a Primary Teacher from Fife. She started Motorsport when she passed her driving test aged 17, by doing Autotesting, then progressed to Hillclimbs and Sprints, achieving the title of Ladies Sprint Champion for a number of years. Unfortunately Diane’s competing was cut short due to being diagnosed and treated for Breast Cancer eighteen years ago. But Diane is not one for giving up. She looked into how she could remain in Motorsport, then decided to train as a scrutineer. She has been a scrutineer and environmental scrutineer since 1998. Her Motorsport family also helped her get through a second diagnosis and treatment for Breast Cancer in 2014.


Alison Mitchell

Alison Mitchell is a MSA Scrutineer who has held her licence for two years. It was a passing comment to Alison Clark (Go Motorsport) that set her on the path to becoming a Scrutineer. After all, you can only take so many pictures out in the stages or hang around at service. Her day job is a domestic engineer and looking after the kids, (these are her 3 dogs by the way!), and her two daughters.





Charley Sayer-Payne

Charley, a 24 year-old Engineer living in Glasgow, got the rallying bug at a very young age and fell completely in love with the sport. After years of spectating she started marshalling at local rally events in Essex and travelled with her dad to marshal at events in the North of England and Scotland. After moving to Scotland for university, she made the transition into the rally car as a co-driver. When Charley is not competing you will still find her at the start line!


Eddie Kelly

Eddie is a MSA-accredited rally media photographer and one of the busiest motorsport 'togs' in Scotland, covering the Scottish Rally Championship, Scottish Tarmack Rally Championship, sprints, hillclimbs and Scottish motor racing events. He's a well known face in the forests, tarmac stages, service areas, pitlane and paddock. He said, "I was asked to do the photography for this project and whilst I don't remember actually agreeing (!), this has gathered pace and here we are! I write this, having completed three photoshoots and I always say the same thing to the girls at the start of a shoot - "It's your shoot, not mine - you decide what you want us to do, but the number one rule is that we'll have fun doing this!". It's been a blast so far and we've got some exciting locations, cars and people involved. It makes a change from being out in the forests and is a big challenge for me and the girls. I'm immensely proud of what we are achieving here and can't wait to see it finished and making money for three great charities."

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