ECOSSE


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ECOSSEEdinburgh Collaborative of Subsurface Science and Engineering (Scotland, UK)
ECOSSEEdinburgh Collection of Open Software for Simulation and Education (Scotland, UK)
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Black Bull Ecurie Ecosse duo Alasdair McCaig and Rob Bell saw all hopes of a maiden win wrecked by a first corner incident on the opening lap - over which they had no control.
The Ecurie Ecosse team are fifth in the team placings and Motorbase are seventh.
It carries the blue Ecurie Ecosse livery but the original Jaguar racing green can be seen underneath in places.
Lochaber MP Ian Blackford said news of the closure of Cafe Ecosse underlined the uncertainty and turmoil being faced by workers from Europe and elsewhere who had chosen to make their homes in Scotland.
Fortunately, the Ecurie Ecosse LM69 comes with aerodynamic additions the XJ13 did not have, so it can cope with such high velocities.
With the use of composite materials in the bodywork, Ecurie Ecosse says the LM69 is lighter than the Jaguar original and it boasts experimental aerodynamic devices, wider wheels and tyres, and a much-improved quad-cam V12 engine.
Saxophone quartet Sax Ecosse will be bringing their tones to St Mary's Episcopal Church in Aberfoyle next month.
The outstanding innovation accolade went to Banchory firm Ecosse IP for its Ambient Lifter machine for subsea lifting.
"Colin and I have developed a strong racing partnership, which with the support from all of the team at Ecurie Ecosse has created a winning formula that will ensure we are very competitive throughout the series."
Lewis Haining and George Myatt are this year's Junior 1000 Ecosse Challenge champions.
While we expect our recent acquisition of Ecosse to be accretive to 2018 cash flow and earnings, we are maintaining our prior 2018 EBITDA guidance range.