Scotland has produced a procession of motor racing heroes on both four and two wheels.

Here are ten of the best.

Jim Clark Formula One racing driver who won World Championships in 1963 and 1965. He survived a terrible accident early in his career only to be killed at the Hockenheimring in 1968.

Sir Jackie Stewart Formula One driver who won three World Championships between 1969 and 1973. Shocked at the deaths of friends on the track, he has campaigned tirelessly for safety measures and was knighted for services to the sport in 2001.

David Coulthard Took 13 Grand Prix wins in a Formula One career and finished in the F1 World Championship top three no less than five times in a decade. Now retired from racing, he is an F1 commentator for the BBC.

Susie Wolff A Formula One test driver for Williams, Wolff made motorsport history in 2014 when she became the first woman to compete in the Race of Champions.

Colin Macrae The Rally Champion became the first British person and the youngest to win the World Rally Championship Drivers' title. He died in 2007 when the helicopter he was piloting crashed, claiming the lives of his son and two family friends.

Paul di Resta Won the DTM series in 2010 before moving up to F1. He drove in Formula one until 2013. Last year he rejoined Mercedes to race again in the DTM.

Bob McIntyre Was the first man to break a 100mph lap on a motorbike at the Isle of Man TT in 1957. After five Grand Prix wins, he died in 1962 after injuries sustained racing.

Jimmy Guthrie Famous for 19 motorcyle Grand Prix wins and six wins at the Isle of Mann TT Races, he died in 1937 racing in Germany.

Alex George A Grand Prix motorcycle road racer and three-time winner at the Isle of Mann TT. His career ended after he was injured during the 1982 Isle of Man TT.

Stuart Easton The motorcycle racer was the 2002 British Supersport champion. He won it again in 2013 and will be racing in British Superbikes this season

Maggie Ritchie