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Clare Stages Rally - 14 Sep 08

Posted: September 17, 2008 10:45 PM - 24932 Hits

Round 9 - 2008 National Rally Championship
Round 5 - 2008 West Coast Rally Championship

Results Stand - Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman Win

Posted: September 17, 2008 10:45 PM

Following tonight's (Wednesday September 17th) hearing Results stand as is.
Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman Win

Video Clips

Posted: September 17, 2008 5:55 PM

CCS RacenRally Competition Results

Posted: September 17, 2008 4:35 PM

Photos:

Posted: September 17, 2008 4:15 PM

Results FINAL

Posted: September 17, 2008 4:07 PM

FINAL RESULTS (17/09/08)

1 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC) 59m 11s,
2 Niall Maguire/Paul McLaughlin (Subaru Impreza WRC) 59m 53s,
3 Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC) 61m 21s,
4 Anthony O’Halloran/Charlie McEnery (Mit. Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 62m 26s,
5 Danny MacBride/James McNulty (Mit. Lancer Evo 8 Gp N) 63m 46s,
6 Alan Ring/Adrian Deasy (Mit. Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 63m 47s,
7 Sean Flanagan/Brian Duggan (Subaru Impreza N12 Gp N) 64m 15s,
8 Ian Barrett/Eoin O’Flaherty (Subaru Impreza N12B Gp N) 65m 05s,
9 Maurice Moffett/Enda Sherry (Toyota Starlet RWD) 65m 07s,
10 Mike Moloney/Marie Casey (Escort-Mazda) 65m 35s.

Group N Production class:
1 Anthony O’Halloran/Charlie McEnery,
2 Danny MacBride/James McNulty,
3 Alan Ring/Adrian Deasy.

Leaders After
SS1-9 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)

Stage Winners
SS1 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS2 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS3 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS4 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS5 Niall Maguire/Paul McLaughlin (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS6 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)
SS7 Cancelled
SS8 Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman (Subaru Impreza WRC)

Posted: September 13, 2008 6:06 AM


Announcing details of the Lynch Hotels Clare Stages Rally 2008 are left to right -
Jim Casey (Clerk of the Course), Frances Kinnane (Sales & Marketing Manager West County Inn),
Jane Cogan (Secretary Clare Stages Rally), Michael Lynch (MD Lynch Hotels),
Christy Carey (driver), Dermot Kelleher (Assistant Clerk of the Course and Club Pro)
Photo: Aidan Sweeney Photography

DUNLOP CHAMPION ELLIOTT IN CLARE
(Preview courtesy of Irish Dunlop – sponsors of the Irish National Rally Championship)

Posted: September 13, 2008 6:03 AM

THE penultimate round of the Dunlop National Rally Championship, the Lynch Hotels Clare Rally takes place on Sunday next with newly crowned champion, Patrick Elliott (Subaru WRC) amongst the capacity entry. Meath’s, Tim McNulty and co-driver, Eugene O’Donnell head the entry in their Subaru S12B, they won the event last season when they finished 22 seconds ahead of Aaron MacHale/Killian Duffy.

On that occasion, Duffy clinched the Noel Smith Award as the top national co-driver. It is something of a similar situation on Sunday as Patrick Elliott, who clinched the Dunlop series on the last round in Galway, is contesting the eight stage Clare event so as to ensure his co-driver, Paul Goodman, can win the co-drivers title. Goodman missed the last round due to family commitments, the pair finished third in Clare last season.

On his inaugural title success, Elliott remarked, "It took a day or two to sink in, I'm delighted. I was genuinely upset when Niall (Maguire) crashed. It is much better to have a good battle, there were a few occasions after Niall's accident when I had a few moments. In that type of situation, you are listening for noises and it is quite easy to lose concentration. I was lucky to get away with it on two particular occasions."

Although seeded at three, former triple champion, Niall Maguire is a doubtful starter, the Monaghan ace was bitterly disappointed after crashing out in Galway.

Meanwhile, Maynooth’s, Kevin Barrett (Subaru WRC) can secure a top three position in the Dunlop series on Sunday’s ninth round. The top local challenge will be provided by Ruane’s, Anthony O’Halloran in his Mitsubishi, with a stage traversing his locality, he will be eager to secure a strong finish.

Having taken an impressive haul of 18 Dunlop Championship points in Galway, Alan Ring (Mitsubishi) is now very firmly in control of the Patterson’s RallyNews Group N battle where he is 12 points ahead of his closest rival, Sean Flanagan (Subaru). Ring secured the title a few seasons ago and another major share of points will set him on the road for a second title.

Early season pacesetter, Eamonn Daly in a Mitsubishi is seeded at seven, the Limerick driver was a first stage retirement in Galway. Inaugural Patterson’s champion, Willie Fannin (Subaru) makes a return to the series after a lapse of a few events. The top ten also includes two of the top exponents in the Modified category.

Monaghan’s, Maurice Moffett (Toyota Starlet) can clinch the Class 14 title ahead of his rival, Trevor Mulligan (Escort), Moffett is currently 15 points ahead of Mulligan, who was a first stage casualty in Galway.

Outside the top ten, the entry features the Mk. 2 Ford Escorts of Brian Brogan, local hero, Mike Moloney, Mike Quinn and another local driver, Alan O’Callaghan (Subaru).

Other entries are Joe McHugh (Escort Cosworth), Ian Barrett (Subaru), Thomas Fitzmaurice and Danny McBride in Mitsubishi’s along with fellow Group N aces, Sean Flanagan (Subaru), Trevor Bustard (Mitsubishi) and Gavin Harris (Subaru). Elsewhere, there are places for the Mk. 2 Escorts of Fintan Canty, Ed Synan, Frank Sweeney and Manus Kelly.

Former rallying great, Russell Brookes will campaign a Sunbeam Lotus as one of the course cars, he will be co-driven by local Mitsubishi dealer, Darren Hayes.

CCS Racen’Rally Sponsor Service Area

Posted: September 13, 2008 5:58 AM

CCS Racen’Rally are delighted to be the official sponsors of the service area at the Clare Stages Rally this weekend.

To celebrate the launch of their newly opened showroom of Stand21 Racewear and Accessories, Christy Carey and his team will be on site with fantastic deals and prices across the entire range of:
Suits Boots, Helmets, Hans Devices, Accessories, Service Area Equipment,

On the day we are also running
Free Competitions with fantastic Prizes (inc Hans Device), Free Giveaways, Fantastic Savings to be made on both casual and racewear

Time and Distance Schedule

Posted: September 10, 2008 7:42 PM

Time and Distance Schedule on Club website:

Marshalls Required

Posted: September 9, 2008 8:20 PM

Marshalls Required
Contact Chief Marshall on 086-2766267

Preview
Russell Brookes to run as 001
Rally Programmes

Posted: September 8, 2008 3:43 PM

Lynch Hotels have once again stepped in as the main sponsor for this weekend’s Clare Stages Rally.The management and staff of the West County Inn Hotel along with the club’s organising committee have worked together over the years to make the rally one of the most popular and friendly rounds of both the Dunlop national and the Top Part Rally Championships.

Clerk of the course for the event is Jim Casey from Ennis and together with his organising team have set out four challenging stages which will be repeated twice, two in the Killadysart Ballinacally area in the morning and two in the Ruan Kilnamona area in the afternoon.
The four stage system makes things easier for residents as the roads are not closed all day.The club has will start 161 cars and 17 juniors. Included in the large entry is a total of 42 clare crews who will be fighting for the various class places.
The Scrutiny, Parc Ferme and Service Area will all be based at the Clare Marts Complex on the Quin Road on both Saturday evening and all day Sunday during the rally.

The event kicks off with all drivers and navigators arriving on Saturday morning where they sign on at rally HQ, The West County Inn Hotel on the Limerick Road. They get their roadbooks and pacenotes and are allowed to drive over the stages at normal road speed where they make or check their pacenotes.
All rally cars have to be presented for scrutiny where a team of scrutineers from Motorsport Ireland will check out all the safety aspects of each car, bodywork, brakes, engine, suspension etc.They also do a complete check on all the safety features,seats,roll cages driver/navigator helmets and race suits. This all takes place at The Clare marts Complex on the Quin Road on Saturday afternoon between 4.00 and 9.00pm.and would be a very good place for people to see the top rally cars in the country and also meet with the drivers.

Also a new incentive for this year will be a Ceremonial Start which will take place at the West County Hotel at around 7.00pm.The top drivers along with all the local drivers will drive their rally cars through the start ramp in front of the West County Inn Hotel before making their way to Parc Ferme at the Clare Marts.This will give people an opportunity to meet with the drivers and navigators and also see the wonderful display of rally cars. The public will also be able to meet the famous Russell Brookes who will be competing as 001 course car.
63 year old English rally driver Russell Brookes has been invited over by the Clare Club and he will assist in the running of the event by driving as 001 course car which is the last car to travel through the stages before the first competing car. Russell will drive his original sunbeam lotus which he used in 1980 and 1981. The car (KKV 394V) was originally built for Russell to use in the 1981 Lombard RAC Rally. It is now owned by Sunbeam Lotus Owners Club member John Leahy and has been fully restored in its original “Andrews heat for hire” livery. The visit to Clare will rekindle some memories for Russell of when he competed on the Circuit of Ireland Rally during the seventies and early eighties, especially when the early morning breakfast halt on Saturday morning was also the West County Hotel as the drivers travelled to Killarney. Russell will be navigated by local Mitsubishi man Darren Hayes from Ennis.
Brookes won the 1977 & 1985 British Rally Championships driving a Ford Escort RS1800 and an Opel Manta 400 respectively.He was also Welsh Rally Champion in 1973 and Irish Tarmac Rally Champion in 1989.
Brookes started his career driving privately entered cars including a BMC Mini Cooper. Progress was slow until 1973 without the support of family money in a sport which at the time, did not permit sponsorship of individual cars. He then came to the attention of the Ford Motor Company when contesting their Ford Escort Mexico One Make Championship. In 1976 he joined the Ford Works Team and drove an Escort RS1800. At that time the British Championship was highly competitive having eclipised the World Rally Championship for publicity. Brookes found himself in formidable company not least from within the team, Bjorn Waldergard, Hannu Mikkola and Ari Vatenan (all world champions), being his team mates. He won the Open Championship in 1977 and then stayed with Ford until the end of the 1979 World Rally Championship Season.
Two years in the Talbot team followed before he joined Vauxhall/Opel dealer team, first in the Chevette HSR and then in the mighty Group B Opel Manta 400. The Two years with the Opel Manta put Brookes head to head with his team mate Jimmy McRae (father of the late Colin McRae). McRae won in 1984 and Brookes won in 1985. The intensity of the contest lives in the memory of enthusiasts to this day. After a year in the uncompetitive Vauxhall Astra and a one off event in a works Lancia Delta Integrale Brookes rejoined Ford in 1988 for an assault on the British Rally Championship, championing first a Sierra Cosworth. Laterly he drove a Ford Sierra Cosworth 4x4 giving Ford their first international win with the new four wheel drive car. Here he stayed until the end of 1992 when he more or less retired from competitive rallying.To this day though, he still makes sporadic appearances in various cars on historic rallies and at motorsport events.
In 1974 Brookes started one of the longest running sponsorship deals in motorsport when he signed with “Andrews – Heat For Hire”, a portable heating and air conditioning company. Their distinctive yellow color scheme graced nearly all of his cars through to 1992.During this period the sponsors turnover grew from £1.5m to over £60m making it a benchmark for other sponsorship deals.

All the Rally Cars will remain in parc ferme in the Mart complex overnight and the first car will be flaged away from the start ramp at the mart on Sunday morning at 8.30am.and will head for the first two stages in the Kildysart area via the Kilrush Road.
The Service area will be at the Mart complex all day and the cars will return there at 10.56am. and 13.19. The cars will then head for the Kilnamona, Ruan area for the two afternoon stages and will return for service at 15.30. The cars will repeat the two stages before returning to the finish ramp at the West County Hotel at 18.00

The Clare Stages Rally is Round 9 of the” Dunlop National Championship”, which is decided over ten rounds and clare welcomes the newly crowned 08 dunlop national champion Patrick Elliott who clinched his first ever national title driving his Subaru Impreza WRC S12B on the previous round the Galway Summer Rally a few weeks ago. Here in Clare his co-driver Paul Goodman can take a major step and possibly secure the Noel Smith Award for the top co-driver. Patrick won the Clare Stages Rally back in 2006 with Rory Kennedy also driving a Subaru. Patrick and Paul are seeded at no.2

Topping this years entry list is last years Clare Stages winners Tim McNulty and Eugene O’Donnell (Subaru Impreza WRC S12B). By the end of last years eight stage event, they finished 22 seconds ahead of newly crowned 07 Dunlop Champion, Aaron MacHale (Ford Focus WRC) and his co driver, Killian Duffy who clinched the Noel Smith Award as the top co driver in the ten round series.The Subaru of Patrick Elliott/Paul Goodman was third, eleven seconds further behind.
At no.3 is Niall Maguire/Paul McLoughlin (Subaru Impreza) who had been fighting with Elliott for the 08 National Crown. A season long battle with Elliott finally ended when Maguire crashed out on the fifth stage of the last round in Galway.

The Rally is also Round 5 of “The Top Part West Coast Rally Championship”, which consists of rallies run in Birr, Kerry, Limerick, Galway and Clare. Killarney’s Alan Ring (mitsubishi Evo 9) has taken the lead in the 2008 Top Part West Coast Rally Championship after Round 4 the Galway Summer Rally. The defending Champion leads by 8 pts on a total of 58pts after 4 rounds and is in a very strong position to take his 3rd Top Part title in 4 years, Ed Synan from Limerick moves into second in his Mk2 Escort on 50pts. and has a 7 point lead over Niall Maguire who holds third.
Taking a look down through the Classes, Clare motor club members Keith Flanagan/Melinda Heaney are the leaders in class 1, Anthony O’Halloran is third in Class 4. Kilmurry’s Alan O’Callaghan leads Class 8, Keith Tierney & Aoife Keogh hold third in Class 11 while Pa Malone and Edward Synan hold their second place positions in Classes 12 and 13.
Clare navigators Charlie McEnery and Kevin Synott are 2nd and 3rd in Class 4 and Declan O’Regan holds 2nd in Class 12

The Clare Rally also includes a junior section and this has attracted an extra seventeen entries.

The Club have received a huge local entry with a total of Forty two Clare Motor Club Crews taking part.
Topping the list is Ruan’s Anthony O’Halloran with Ennis man Charlie McEnery calling the notes in their Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9. Anthony and Charlie finished the top two wheel drive car and best clare club crew on last years rally in their Opel Manta but for the 2008 season they have made the change over to more modern machinery with the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9. The car has been built from scratch at Anthony’s workshop in Ruan. It started as a standard road car which was stripped out to a bare shell. The custom roll cage was fabricated inhouse in Ruan and from there it was built nut and bolt back into a group N rallycar. The suspensions,diffs,gearbox,brakes and engine management system were upgraded to the correct spec in order to have a competitive car.This has taken endless man hours by his dedicated service team and many friends to get the car ready.The team had a good start to the year with 7th overall in Birr but they ran into a patch of bad luck after that with a puncture in Kerry, the turbo went in Monaghan and they have spent the last number of rallies trying to get the power sorted and they are looking forward to a good run this weekend.They are seeded at number 5. Anthony will be very determined to be on the pace in group N and will also be hoping to finish the top clare driver in order to claim the most sought after award in the club for the best clare crew on the day, “The Noel McCullagh Award”which is presented in memory of an outstanding club member who was killed in an industrial accident back in 1990. Mike Moloney and Marie Casey will also be fighting for that top clare driver in their mazda rotary engined escort. Mike crashed out on the very first stage on last years rally.
Kilmurry’s Alan O’Callaghan will also be trying for a top place in this years rally, having already finished 16th overall in Birrr, 20th in Kerry and 31st in Munster so far this season.
Other Clare competitors like Christy Carey, Edward Cogan, Richard Casey, Pa Malone, Alan Kelly, Martin O’Halloran, Joe Baker, John Leirnihan, Tommy Flanagan, Michael Rodgers, Martin Kelly, Robert Ryan, Al and Pat Meaney, Tom Ryan and Michael Fitzgibbon and also the return of Ruan’s Pat Casey will all be fighting for honours in their various classes.

The Clare Stages Rally 2008 Committee has spent many hours of hard work and dedication over the past number of months to ensure that the rally passes off safely and smoothly. Heading up the whole operation is Jim Casey, Clerk of the Course, from Ennis. Assisting him are: Bobby Clinton, Deputy Clerk of the Course; Dermot Kelleher, Assistant Clerk of the Course; Jane Cogan, Secretary of the Event,Stage Commanders; John Flanagan, Pat Kileen, David Greeley, Donie Lucey, Assistant Stage Commanders;Tony Griffin, John Walsh, Nikki Fernandes, Martin Leahy, Chief Marshal; Gerry O’Brien, Club Steward John McNamara and Service Area Co-Ordinators; Matt & Pat Gleeson.

Spectator Information

Full details of the stage locations and competitor entry list will be included in the official programme which will be on sale at 10.00 Euro and available at

    Rally Headquarters - the West County Hotel,
    O’Sullivan & Hansbury Motors, kilrush Road,
    Maxol Service Station, limerick Road,
    Sheedy’s Top Supermarket, Darragh,
    Donnellan’s Centra Loughville,
    Daybreak, lissycasey,
    Tom Hogan Motors Gort Road and Lahinch Road
    Carigg’s Costcutter, Ballyea
from Thursday, 11th September onwards.

Tune into Clare FM on 96.4 FM / 95.9 FM for up to minute information.

Rally Entertainment !

Posted: September 5, 2008 2:22 PM

More Details:

Entry List

Posted: September 4, 2008 4:24 PM

1 Tim McNulty Eugene O’Donnell Subaru S12B 8
2 Patrick Elliott Paul Goodman Subaru S12B 8
3 Niall Maguire Paul McLoughlin Subaru Impreza WRC S11 8
4 Kevin Barrett Sean Mullally Subaru Impreza WRC S11 8
5 Anthony O’Halloran Charlie McEnery Mitsubishi Evo 9 4
6 Alan Ring Adrian Deasy Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 4
7 Eamon Daly Kevin Synott Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 4
8 Willie Fannin Paddy Robinson Subaru Impreza 4
9 Maurice Moffett TBA Toyota Starlet RWD 14
10 Trevor Mulligan Lisa Roe Ford Escort Mk2 14
11 Brian Brogan Damien McGettigan Ford Escort Mk2 13
12 Mike Moloney Marie Casey Ford Escort Mk2 13
14 Mike Quinn Sean Enright Ford Escort Mk2 14
15 Alan O’Callaghan Gerard Murphy Subaru Impreza STI 8
16 Joe Machugh Dermot Machugh Ford Escort Cosworth 15
17 Ian Barrett Eoin O’Flaherty Subaru Impreza N12B 4
18 Thomas Fitzmaurice Fionn Foley Mitsubishi Evo 9 4
19 Danny Macbride James McNulty Mitsubishi Evo 8 4
20 Sean Flanagan Brian Duggan Subaru Impreza N12 4
21 Trevor Bustard Kenny Bustard Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7 4
22 Fintan Canty Denis O’Mahony Ford Escort 13
23 Ed Synan Denis O’Connell Ford Escort Mk2
13
24 Frank Sweeney Seamus O’Connor Ford Escort Mk2 13
25 Gavin Harris John McElhinney Subaru Impreza N11 4
26 Manus Kelly Donall Barrett Ford Escort Mk2 13
27 Gary Reidy Diarmuid Falvey Ford Escort Mk2 14
28 Eoin Doyle Paul Walsh Subaru Impreza WRC 8
29 Jack Maguire Paul Maguire Ford Cosworth 15
30 Daniel Conaghan James Gallagher Ford Escort Mk2 12
31 Edward Cogan Grainne McEnery Peugeot 205 GTi 13
32 Richard Casey Brian Thumb Tack McNamara Ford Escort Mk1 12
33 Ray Hilliard Senan Raggett Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 4
34 John Spain TBA Toyota Celica ST185 15
35 Anthony Hand Emmet Sherry Ford Escort Mk2 11
36 Victor Hunter Michael Doherty Ford Escort Mk2 13
37 Raymond Drury Sean Brunton Ford MK2 14
38 Des Moore Conor Foley Ford Escort Mk2 14
39 Pat Casey Brian Meaney Ford Escort Mk2 12
40 John Reddington Mark Bowens Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8 4
41 Samuel Kelso Keith Alexander Ford Escort Mk2 13
42 Padraig Egan Rory Moloney Ford Escort Mk2 13
43 Christy Carey Richard Talbot Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 8
44 Vincent O’Shea Brian Hickey Ford Escort Cosworth 15
45 Ian Roche Paul Roche Renault Clio Super 1600 6
46 Gerry Cassidy Paul Sheridan Ford Escort G3 14
47 Kevin O’Donoghue Joe O’Leary Ford Escort Mk2 14
48 Seamus Doyle Kevin Barry Ford Escort Mk2 13
49 Dan Mulcahy Donnacha O’Callaghan Ford Escort Cosworth 15
50 Tim Enright Stephen Buckley Mitsubishi Evo 7 8
51 Noel O’Donnell Ronan Murrin Peugeot 205 GTi 12
52 William Cavanagh Dorothy Cavanagh Woods Tipperary Ford Escort Mk2
53 Andrew Bushe Frank Curtin Citroen Saxo Kit Car 6
54 Jason McSweeney Ruth Guest Honda Civic 11
55 Aidan Davey Nigel Duane Ford Escort Mk2 13
56 Mike Bird Kevin Keane Subaru Impreza WRC S7 8
57 Jer O’Donovan Steve O’Donovan Subaru N12 B 4
58 Raymond Enright John Gleeson Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7 4
59 Paul Elliot Brian Doherty Mitsubishi Evo 9 4
60 Pat Ryan Niall O’Connell Ford Escort Mk2 9
61 Drew Hunter Connall Doherty Ford Escort Mk2 13
62 Eamon Lee Raymond Coppinger Ford Escort Mk2 13
63 Patrick Kelly David Livingstone Honda Civic 11
64 Martin Kelly TBA Subaru Impreza GpN 4
65 James Travers Mark Kane Renault Clio 3
66 James Power Declan Kelly Ford Escort Mk2 10
67 Eddie Kennelly P P McNamara Ford Escort Mk2 10
68 Liam Mulcaire Shane Meade Ford Escort Mk2 12
69 Eamonn McGuigan Michael Moran Ford Escort Mk2 12
70 Thomas Carolan Declan Smith Ford Escort Mk2 9
71 Jimmy Gillespie Jason Gillespie Honda Civic 13
72 Anthony Maybury Denis Guiney Ford Escort 13
73 Noel Conroy Keith Sheppard Ford Escort RS1800 13
74 Mike Walsh Ger Ryan Ford Escort Mk2 12
75 Keith Tierney Aoife Keogh Honda Civic Vtec 11
76 Pakie Duffy Colin Duffy Honda Civic 3
77 Tom Cahill Marie Claire Gallagher Honda Integra Type R 3
78 PA Malone Declan O’Regan Ford Escort Mk2 12
79 Martin O’Halloran TBA Ford Escort Mk2 11
80 David Quigley Des Sherlock Honda Civic 2
81 Pat Barry Stephen O’Connell Ford Sierra 14
82 Paddy O’Reilly TBA Ford Escort G5 14
83 Kevin Gallagher Gavin Gallagher Vauxhall Corsa 11
84 Ross Kenny Ian Maxwell Mitsubishi Mirage R 11
85 Joe Baker Kieran Gunner McMahon Honda SIR Vtec 11
86 Brian O’Shaughnessy Owen Mulcahy Ford Escort Mk2
11
87 Laurance Sherry Darren McCague Ford Escort Mk2 10
88 John O’Donnell Brendan Furlong Toyota Starlet RWD 9
89 Noel Lappin Matthew McKenna Ford Escort Mk2 9
90 Darragh O’Meara Tommy O’Meara Peugeot 306 GTI 6 7
91 Mike Kenny Gene Stack Ford Escort Mk2 12
92 Alan Kelly TBA Ford Cosworth 4x4 15
93 Patrick O’Connor Jason Culleton Toyota Celica ST185 15
94 Eamon Hanley Padraig Doody Peugeot 106 GTi 6
95 Pat Callanan Kenneth Shiel Honda Civic Type R 7
96 Paul Doherty Hugh Coll Toyota Corolla Twincam 11
97 Adrian Cannon Glenn Alcorn Honda Civic 2
98 Kenneth Hogan David Dooley Honda Civic 2
99 John Murphy Martin O’Connor Subaru Impreza 8
100 Tommy Flanagan Leanne Flanagan Ford Escort Mk2 10
101 Danny Gillespie Eamonn Gillespie Honda Civic EK4 2
102 Sean Moran TBA Toyota Corolla RWD 11
104 John Collins Jason O’Brien Honda Civic 11
105 Con Mulcahy John Nugent Vauxhall Nova 10
106 Michael Curtin Christopher Horan Ford Escort Mk3 G3 11
107 Michael Fitzgibbon TBA Ford Puma S1600 6
108 Eamon Dervan David Gardiner Honda Civic 2
109 Colin Loughney Loughney Michael Ford Escort Mk2 12
110 Derek Flynn Carrie Moroney Honda Civic Type R 2
111 Thomas Doody Trevor Payne Honda Civic 11
112 Kenneth McHale Derek McCarthy Toyota Yaris 1
113 John Caplis Sean Kennedy Opel Corsa 9
114 Al Meaney Pat Meaney Suzuki Swift 9
115 Alan Fair TBA Honda Civic 6
116 Gerard Hodgins Aidan Kelly Ford Escort G3 14
117 John Kenny Gerard Dervan Ford Escort Mk2 14
118 Neil Pierce Enda O’Leary Honda Civic 11
119 Eamonn McCafferty TBA Ford Puma 5
120 Aidan McArthur Rachael Casey Ford Escort Mk2 10
120 John Lernihan James Barry Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4 15
121 Sean Dillon Denis Dillon Nissan Micra 5
123 Mike Daly Clodagh Madden Talbot Sunbeam 10
124 Keith McFadden Brian Harrington Subaru Impreza 8
125 Paudie Casey PA Baker Toyota Twincam 13
126 Charlie Nilan TBA Honda Civic 2
127 George Wiley Kevin Wiley Peugeot 205 GTi 10
128 Paul McDevitt J P Boyle Toyota Corolla 11
129 Patrick Horan TBA Vauxhall Nova 11
130 Niall O’Sullivan Louise Kirwan Toyota Corolla 11
131 Donncha Keane TBA Peugeot 1.9 8v 10
131 Robert Ryan Bridanne O’Shaughnessy Talbot Sunbeam 10
132 Tom Ryan Lorcan Duggan Opel Corsa 9
133 Patrick Hough Eddie Kavanagh Ford Focus rs 7
134 John Morris Declan Sylver Ford Escort Cosworth 15
135 Richard Burke Frank Byrnes Subaru Impreza STI 15
136 Mick Walsh Damien Walsh Ford G3 14
137 Gerard Patrick Quinn Neil Quinn Toyota COROLLA 11
138 Keith Devitt Brian Cullinan Toyota Corolla RWD 11
139 Trevor Hutton Clint Hutton Ford Puma 5
140 Sean Rodgers Ray O’Grady Vauxhall Nova 10
141 Donie Carmody David Carmody Peugeot Xsi 9
142 Hazel O’Callaghan Tricia Clancy Peugeot 106 GTi 6
143 Sinead Canny TBA Citroen Saxo 2
144 Bernie Roche Christina Shanahan Citroen C2 R2 6
145 Thomas Leonard Kevin Lyons Honda Civic EK4 2
146 Sean Hickey Neol Fleming Ford RWD 11
147 Dermot Casserley John O’Shaughnessy Honda Civic 2
148 Keith Flanagan Martin Murray Toyota Starlet 1
149 Keith Spain Gary Leonard Honda EP3 3
150 Brian Gilgan Micheal Gorman Vauxhall Corsa B 9
151 Declan Courtney Oisin Brooks Peugeot 106 GTi 11
152 Paul McHugh Paul Cummins Honda Civic EK4 2
153 David Carney TBA Peugeot 106 GTi 2
154 Mark Casey TBA Ford Escort Mk2 10
155 David Donaghue James Comer
156 Shane McAulife Sean Liston Ford Escort Mk2 10
157 John Coughlan Mark Parsons Ford Escort 12
158 Declan Conway TBA Honda Civic 1.6VTI 11
159 Derek Flanagan David Flanagan Honda Civic 11
160 Micheal Rodgers Jonathan Keane Vauxhall Nova 10
161 Pat Kelly Noel Lambert Subaru Impreza STI 8
162 David Percy John Kinahan Ford Escort 7

J1 Gary Walker Jay Walker Ford Escort Mk2 16
J2 Patrick Divilly Caroline Divilly Toyota Corolla RWD 16
J3 Darren McKenna Mckenna Gary Toyota Corolla 16
J4 Ken Ryan Eamon Howard Honda Civic 16
J5 Darren Young Emmet O’Grady Honda Civic 16
J6 Martin Casey PA Harding Honda Civic 16
J7 Kevin O’Connor Ger Clancy Peugeot 205 RWD 16
J8 Colin McMenamin Honda Civic Vti 16
J9 Brian Leonard Cathal Mullvahill Honda Civic 16
J10 Kevin Donnelly TBA Toyota Starlet 16
J11 Adrian Hynes Alan Morrissey Ford Escort Mk2 16
J12 Patrick Slattery Chris Campbell Honda Civic 16
J14 Gavin McMenamin TBA Honda Civic VTi 16
J15 Jonathan Folan James Whelan Suzuki Swift GTI 16
J16 Adrian Fahy Aidan Fahy Ford Escort Mk2 16
J17 Kelvin McElhinney Adrian McCarron Honda Civic 1.6VTI 16

Event Details

Posted: August 5, 2008 5:36 PM

The countdown is well under way to the running of the 20th. Clare Stages Rally Which takes place on next Sunday September 14th.
Lynch Hotels have once again stepped in as the main sponsor and for this the clare motor club are very grateful.The management and staff of the West County Inn Hotel along with the club’s organising committee have worked together over the years to make the rally one of the most popular and friendly rounds of both the Dunlop national and the Top Part Rally Championships.
Clerk of the course for the event is Jim Casey from Ennis and together with his organising team have set out four challenging stages which will be repeated twice.
Rally HQ is the West County Inn Hotel on the Limerick Road.
The Clare Stages Rally is Round 9 of the” Dunlop National Championship”
And Round 5 of “The Top Part West Coast Rally Championship”,

Entries are now open and will be accepted up to 26th. august 2008, By regular post only.
Entries to be completed online at the website below printed, and posted with entry fee.
All entries must be made on the official entry form, properly cpmpleted and posted with entry fee to Event Secretary,
Jane Cogan,
Main Street,
Miltown Malbay,
County Clare.

Event Sec. Tel 086-6080529 strictly between 7.00pm.and 9.00 only

On Line Entry Available

Posted: January 28, 2008 10:43 PM

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