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2009 Irish Evolution Challenge

Posted: July 22, 2009 9:36 PM - 5926 Hits

Championship Points after Rounds 6

Posted: April 16, 2009 12:16 PM

Drivers
1 Neil McCance 34
2= Liam Egan 32
2= Stanley Ballantine 32
2= William Mavitty 32
5= Keith Cronin 24
5= John McGlaughlin 24
7= Alan Carmichael 20
7= Geoff McMahon 20
9 Tom White 11
10 Brendan Cumiskey 8
11 Michael Murray 5
12 Alan Burrows 4

Co-drivers
1 Sean Ferris 34
2= Donnacha OíCallaghan 33
2= Keefe Kilcoyne 33
4= Greg Shinnors 24
4= Crawford Henderson 24
6 Robert Graham 21
7 Ivor Lamont 20
8 Colin Harkness 18
9 Mary OíKane 14
10 Robert Murphy 11
11 Brian Daniels 6
12 Gavin Burrows 4

Keith Cronin to sign up for Evo Challenge

Posted: March 11, 2009 3:43 PM

Keith Cronin has announced his intention to sign up for the Irish Evo Challenge.

See Keith's Blog on:

Irish Evo Challenge gets set for second season

Posted: February 12, 2009 12:33 PM

  • Mitsubishi Ralliart Evolution Challenge Ireland boosted by success of inaugural year.
  • New nine-round format featuring six all-asphalt events.
  • Two Evo Challenges meet for the first time ever in Ulster.
  • Prize drive on offer for 2009 Champion in JFR Mitsubishi Team Ireland Evo X.
  • Regulations now available.
Already confirmed for a second season, organisers of the Mitsubishi Ralliart Evolution Challenge are delighted to announce details of the official series for Group N Lancer Evolutions in Ireland.

This year sees a revised format, with six events split into nine rounds – the two day rallies providing a double-points scoring opportunity for competitors, who will count their best six results. Once again, the Irish Evo Challenge will feature an all-asphalt surface and a good mixture of top-quality events.

Another first for this year’s Irish Mitsubishi series will be its trip north of the border for the Ulster Rally and, with this event also representing a round of the UK Championship, this will be the first time ever that two Evo Challenges have competed together. To further spice things up, series organisers have said they will present a Nations Cup to the most successful of the two countries.

Once again, the Evolution Challenge will offer competitors an excellent prize fund, with the Champion wining a supported drive in a James Foley Rallysport prepared Group N Lancer Evolution X for selected rounds of the 2010 Irish Tarmac Championship.

Adding to the profile of this award, organisers are delighted to announce that Mitsubishi Motors Ireland has provided its endorsement. The car will therefore appear in works colours and the campaign will be known as JFR Mitsubishi Team Ireland.

Other prizes up for grabs for Evolution Challenge competitors will be tyres, fuel and other awards on each round and at the end of the season.

“Everything is set for a promising year ahead”, said Evolution Challenge Manager Simon Slade. “Following a successful first season we hope that the prizes on offer, coupled with the high-profile status and reputation the series has already achieved, will attract competitors - even in these difficult economic times.”

With its stringent policing of technical regulations, the Evolution Challenge is now well known for being fair and competitive and, to ensure an even more level playing field exists, 2009 will again feature controlled Sunoco fuel and Pirelli tyres.

Other supporters of the series include: Mitsubishi Motors Ireland, James Foley Rallysport, Speedline Wheels, Murray Motorsport, PIAA lights, Pacenotes and Sparco racewear.  

2009 Championship Rounds

Posted: January 13, 2009 12:55 PM

Series organisers have just released details of the 2009 Evolution Challenge Ireland, the provisional calendar featuring six asphalt events split into nine rounds - the multi-day rallies providing two rounds and therefore increasing point-scoring opportunities. Competitors will count their best six scores.

Regulations and further details for this year’s Irish Mitsubishi series will be issued later this month.

Dates are as follows:

    Round Event Date
    1 & 2 West Cork Rally March 14-15
    3 & 4 Circuit of Ireland April 10-12
    5 Cavan Stages May-24
    6 ALMC Stages Jul-19
    7 Ulster Rally Aug 21-22
    8 & 9 Wexford Rally September 12-13

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