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Scottish driver David Bogie eased home to victory on the Scottish Rally, round three of the British MSA series, after a last stage retirement for his rival, the Swedish driver Fredrik Ahlin.

David Bogie won the Scottish Rally.Bogie led Ahlin by 0.1 second after the penultimate stage when Ahlin stopped because of a broken radiator.

Ahlin still leads the series, but now only four points ahead of Welsh driver, Osian Pryce, who finished second.

Fellow Welshman, Tom Cave, led for two stages but lost a wheel off his Hyundai, while Ahlin had clear lead for four stages before becoming embroiled in a fierce battle with Bogie.

Irishman Keith Cronin was set for third place but a late puncture dropped him behind Ulster driver Martin McCormack.

Junior category winner was Cameron Davies after Oscar Solberg retired with turbo failure in his Fiesta R2T. Peugeot 208 R2 drivers took the top four Junior placings.

- Martin Holmes

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