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Midland Moto Stages Rally - 26 Mar 17

Posted: June 27, 2017 8:43 AM - 13911 Hits

Round 2 - 2017 National Rally Championship
Round 2 - 2017 Midlands East Rally Championship

Photo: Barry Molloy

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Posted: June 26, 2017 7:14 AM

MOFFETT/ATKINSON MASTER MIDLAND - Report courtesy of Triton Showers - proud sponsors of the Irish National Rally Championship

Posted: June 5, 2017 7:31 AM

Leading from the start Monaghan’s Sam Moffett and his Cork co-driver Karl Atkinson (Ford Fiesta WRC) took a commanding victory in the Midland Moto Rally in Longford, the second round of the Triton Showers National Rally Championship, They finished a minute and 9.9 seconds ahead of the Ford Fiesta WRC of reigning champions Clonmel’s Roy White and his Cork co-driver James O’Brien. Donegal’s, Manus Kelly/Gareth Doherty (Subaru WRC) were 21.1 seconds further behind in third.
Tyrone’s Adrian Hetherington (Escort) and his co-driver Andrew Greenan won the Modified section – 55.9 seconds ahead of Donegal’s Brian Brogan and his co-driver Damien McGettigan, also in a Ford Escort.

The Motorsport Safety Group N category was won by Cork’s David Guest (Mitsubishi) and his Donegal co-driver Paddy Robinson.
Monaghan’s Jonny Treanor/Adrian Foley (Honda Civic) won the Junior category.

Fastest times on all three stages of the opening loop close to Longford town propelled Moffett into a 33.5 second lead over the similar Fiesta WRC of Declan Boyle, who spun on the second stage and lost a few seconds towards the end of the third stage when his tyres lacked grip.

Manus Kelly occupied third – he lost time on the opening stage when his Subaru clipped a chicane bale denting the driver’s door, he also spun on the third stage. Meanwhile, defending Triton Showers National champion Roy White (Fiesta WRC) was just 0.7 of a second further behind in fourth.

Niall Maguire (Subaru WRC) in fifth opted for a tyre compound that proved to be too soft, particularly on the third stage - the longest of the loop.
Maynooth’s Ian Barrett took full advantage of the dry conditions, on board his Darrian T90 he was sixth in classification and leader of the Modified category – 1.3 seconds ahead of the Escort of Adrian Hetherington. Barrett lost time on S.S. 2 when he spun and stalled the Darrian, a soft compound tyre didn’t work on the third stage. The top ten was completed by the Escorts of Pat Donegan and Brian Brogan and the Honda Civic of reigning Triton Showers Junior champion Gary McNamee, who lost time on the third stage due to problems with the downshift. Donegan opined that was out-braking himself on a number of occasions as he tried to adjust the brake bias. Brogan punctured towards the end of the opening stage. Killarney’s Ed Murphy retired his Escort on the third stage with engine related issues.

There was a terrific battle in Group N where former champion Dubliner Neil Tohill (Mitsubishi) led Carrick on Shannon’s Sean Gallagher (Mitsubishi) by 4.1 seconds, both were untroubled. Current series leader, Cork driver David Guest, also in a Mitsubishi, was 6.2 seconds further behind – he admitted to an incorrect tyre choice. Both Paul Barrett (Subaru) and Shane Maguire (Mitsubishi) tied for fourth.

Continuing his dominance and despite easing his earlier pace, Moffett stretched his lead to 42.9 seconds following the repeat loop of stages. Second placed Boyle spun on stages four and six dropping around ten seconds. Kelly 6.7 seconds further behind in third stated he was comfortable with his pace. Having fitted a harder compound tyre Maguire in fourth reckoned his performance improved.

Having changed the rear tyres to a harder compound Ian Barrett consolidated his lead role in the Modified section where Hetherington was eleven seconds in arrears after he spun and dropped time on S.S. 5.

The top ten also featured Brian Brogan, Gary McNamee and John Stone (Fiesta). McNamee adjusted the linkage that seemed to cure the earlier transmission problem. Local driver Tommy Doyle (Escort) retired on S.S. 4 with engine related issues.

In Group N David Guest took up the lead position – just 2.5 seconds from Neil Tohill. On Stage 6, one of their rivals, Sean Gallagher hit a chicane head on and that ended a fine drive. Elsewhere, Shane Maguire and Paul Barrett were third and fourth respectively.

As Moffett swept to a convincing victory, there were a number of retirements. Boyle crashed out on S.S. 7 when his Fiesta WRC hit a chicane and ended up in a field. That promoted Kelly into second but he spun on the penultimate stage and dropped to third as White annexed second. Meanwhile, on S.S. 8, Ian Barrett retired his Darrian with engine woes.

Maguire was fourth as Hetherington, who hit a chicane on S.S. 8 claimed top spot in the Modified category. Brian Brogan (Escort) was second.

Meanwhile, Oldcastle’s Gary McNamee, who had one of the drives of the rally en-route to seventh overall also won the Triton Showers Drive of the Day award, he was co-driven by Dean O’Sullivan.

David Guest took a final stage win in the Motorsport Safety Group N category beating Tohill to win the category by 4.3 seconds, they were eighth and ninth respectively as Tyrone’s Barry Morris (Escort) completed the top ten.


Posted: June 5, 2017 7:08 AM

Midland 1 Sam Moffett/Karl Atkinson (Ford Fiesta WRC) 58m 05s
2 Roy White/James O'Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC) 59m 15s
3 Manus Kelly/Gareth Doherty (Subaru Impreza WRC) 59m 36s
4 Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC) 60m 20s
5 Adrian Hetherington/Andrew Grennan (Ford Escort MkII) 62m 00s
6 Brian Brogan/Damien McGettigan (Ford Escort MkII) 62m 56s
7 Gary McNamee/Dean O'Sullivan (Honda Civic) 63m 41s
8 David Guest/Paddy Robinson (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) 64m 08s
9 Neil Tohill/Gerard Tohill (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) 64m 12s
10 Barry Morris/Declan Campbell (Ford Escort MkII) 64m 48s
Motorsport Safety Team Group N award: David Guest/Paddy Robinson

rallyie Two wheel drive award: Adrian Hetherington/Andrew Grennan

1 Malcolm Pedlow/John Henderson (BMW 2002Ti) 75m 12s
2 Ronan Campbell/Paul Corry (Escort) 75m 26s
3 Iarla Carty/Joe Whyte (Mini) 75m 47s
Juniors: 1 Jonny Treanor/Adrian Foley (Civic) 43m 03s
2 Michael Boyle/Dermot McCafferty (Civic) 44m 28s
3 Jason Black/Jack McKenna (Starlet) 46m 18s

Leaders After:
SS1-9 Sam Moffett/Karl Atkinson (Ford Fiesta WRC)

Stage Winners
SS1-9 Sam Moffett/Karl Atkinson (Ford Fiesta WRC)

Facebook Live Updates by Killian Duffy / Michael Walsh

Posted: March 25, 2017 3:44 PM


Posted: March 24, 2017 5:10 AM

The Triton Showers National Rally Championship zooms in on Longford this Sunday for the Midland Moto Rally. The nine-stage event in association with The Longford Arms Hotel, A Plus Skip Hire & Admore Air Conditioning Corp has just over 100 entries for what is the second round of the national series.

Opening round winner in Nenagh, Sam Moffett is the top seed in his Ford Fiesta WRC. The Monaghan driver is certainly a real threat to the more established stars of the national series and has the ability to win the prestigious Vard Memorial Trophy. On the last round, Moffett - a former winner of the Billy Coleman award - led from the start and finished almost a minute ahead of the Fiesta WRC of former double national champion Donegal driver Declan Boyle.

The terrain around Longford will certainly provide a tough challenge for all concerned with the organising Midland Motor Club under the baton of clerk of the course Sean Cahill, who has laid out a very demanding route of three stages that will be repeated three times.

Boyle, who won back-to-back titles in 2013 and 2014, is hoping to be ultra competitive on Sunday, however, it will be a tough task especially with Moffett in such good form.

Winner of last week's West Cork Rally in Clonakilty and the 2015 Triton Showers champion Donegal's Donagh Kelly (Ford Focus WRC) will also have designs on outright victory and his battle with Moffett and Boyle should be intense.

Reigning champion Clonmel's Roy White (Ford Fiesta WRC) is still searching for his inaugural win in the series and that will continue to be a difficult task given the quality of the entry.

The rally will also mark the first outing of the season for Donegal's Manus Kelly, who will campaign a Subaru WRC. Last year he made a stunning debut in a Subaru World Car winning the Carlow round of the Triton series, however on Sunday he may take time to acclimatise to the pace. Tyrone's Mark Donnelly (Ford Fiesta WRC) is in his debut Triton season and will be aiming to improve on his fifth place finish in Nenagh.

Former triple champion Monaghan's Niall Maguire (Subaru WRC) occupies the number seven berth in Longford in a top ten that also features Australian based Pauric Duffy (Ford Fiesta R5), Tyrone's Adrian Hetherington and Meath's Pat Donegan, both in Ford Escorts.

The top local driver is Keenagh's Tommy Doyle, who will campaign a Mk. 2 Ford Escort, how he compares with the likes of Hetherington and Donegan will be watched with interest. Maynooth's Ian Barrett in his nimble Darrian T90 is also competing in the two-wheel drive category. Other entries are Blackburn driver John Stone in a Ford Fiesta, Kerry's Ed Murphy (Escort) and Donegal's Martin Doherty also in a Ford Escort.

In Group N, Cork's David Guest (Mitsubishi) took maximum points in Nenagh and in Longford he will renew rivalry Monaghan's Shane Maguire in a similar car, Maynooth's Paul Barrett (Subaru) and Dubliner Neil Tohill (Mitsubishi) as they chase top spot in the Motorsport Safety category of the Triton Showers series. Carrick on Shannon's Sean Gallagher (Mitsubishi EvoIX) is also in the Group N frame. Meanwhile, the entry also features Meath's Paul McCann (Skoda Fabia), Scottish ace Lee Hastings (Subaru) and Roscommon's Cormac Phelan (Honda Civic).

In the Junior category, Donegal's Michael Boyle (Honda Civic) is the leading entry. Reigning champion Gary McNamee (Honda Civic) will provide strong opposition that also includes Monaghan's Jonny Treanor, Cavan's John McCabe along with Kerry pair Mark Murphy and Kieran O'Donoghue, all in Honda Civics.

Local drivers amongst the entry list include Roscommon's Colin Flanagan (Mitsubishi), Vincent Collins (Ford Escort) and Longford duo, Sam Johnston (Honda Civic) and Michael Shaw (Mitsubishi). Elsewhere, Carrick on Shannon's Gavin Gallagher (Mitsubishi), Pauric Sheridan from Prunty in a Ford Fiesta and the Lanesboro pair, Stephen Healy (Toyota Corolla) and Shane Healy (Peugeot 205) will all be aiming to make an impression.

Rally Launch

Posted: March 24, 2017 5:09 AM

Photo: Lorna Kennedy

Midland Motor Club held its launch night recently for the upcoming rally, round 2 of the Triton Showers National rally championship. A good number of rally cars were present including the A Plus Skip Hire immaculate Skoda Fabia being driven by Paul McCann. A Plus Skip Hire are joint sponsors of the rally along with the Longford Arms Hotel. There was a look back to previous Moto stages rallies with the first ran in 1969. The winners of that rally were locals Tom McNally (RIP) and Derek Johnston. Derek spoke of his memories of rallying back in the early years of Moto and a presentation was made to Derek and Tom McNally's grandson James McNally.

The 2017 rally is almost upon us and with nine class 7 WRC cars on the entry list there is growing anticipation of the event with Sam Moffett currently leading the championship with Declan Boyle in second and Donagh Kelly in third place after round 1 in Nenagh. The rally is also round 2 of the Colton Motors Midland East Rally championship and round 2 of the Johnston Toy Town championship.

Time and Distance Schedule

Posted: March 24, 2017 4:39 AM

Reminder - Summertime being on Saturday Night

Posted: March 23, 2017 10:14 AM

Clocks go forward 1 hour.

Programme Outlets

Posted: March 23, 2017 10:13 AM

Rally Programs now on sale in following places

    O'Boyles Keenagh
    Country Shop Ballymahon

    Nally's Topaz Balymahon
    Apple Green Ballymahon
    Niall Smith's Gala Newtownforbs
    Joe Byrne's Battery road Longford Tom McGrath Centra Red Cow Longford
    Gala Dublin road Longford
    Spar Dublin road Longford
    Top Stonepark
    Casserly Spar Lanesboro
    Joe O' Brien Lanesboro
    Cribons Daybreak Lanesboro
    Kennedys Carrick-on-Shannon

Late Entries 20/3/17

Posted: March 21, 2017 7:39 AM

89 Brian Doyle/Brian Halligan (Ford Escort) [13]
J16 Jonny Treanor/Adrian Foley (Honda Civic EG6) [16]

Seeded Entry List

Posted: March 21, 2017 5:48 AM

1 Sam Moffett/Karl Atkinson (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
2 Declan Boyle/Brian Boyle (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
3 Donagh Kelly/Conor Foley (Ford Focus WRC) [7]
4 Roy White/James O'Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
5 Manus Kelly/Gareth Doherty (Subaru Impreza WRC S12B) [7]
6 Mark Donnelly/Barry McNulty (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
7 Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry (Subaru Impreza WRC S12B) [7]
8 Pauric Duffy/Kevin Glynn (Ford Fiesta R5) [5]
9 Adrian Hetherington/Andrew Grennan (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
10 Pat Donegan/Alan Keena (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
11 Tommy Doyle/Liam Moynihan (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
12 Ian Barrett/Eoin O'Flaherty (Darrian T90) [14]
14 John Stone/Patrick Brides (Ford Fiesta S2500) [20]
15 Ed Murphy/John McCarthy (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
16 Martin Doherty/Paul Sheridan (Ford Escort MK2) [14]
17 David Guest/Paddy Robinson (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
18 Shane Maguire/Darragh Kelly (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
19 Paul Barrett/Declan Tumily (Subaru Impreza N14) [4]
20 Paul McCann/Paddy Plunkett (Skoda Fabia S2500) [20]
21 Lee Hastings/Alistair Wylie (Subaru Impreza) [20]
22 Cormac Phelan/Katja Auhl (Honda Civic) [13]
23 Conor Curley/Paul Hone (Ford Escort MkII) [13]
24 Eamon Daly/Frank Curtin (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [20]
25 Neil Tohill/Gerard Tohill (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo ) [4]
26 Sean Gallagher/Claire Flanagan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
27 Barry McKenna/Leon Jordan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [14]
28 Thomas O'Connell/Emmett Sherry (Ford Escort MkII) [13]
29 Barry Morris/Declan Campbell (Ford Escort MkII) [13]
30 Stephen Reynolds/Emmet Brosnan (Ford Escort MkII) [13]
31 Nial Devine/Crawford Henderson (Subaru Impreza N12B) [4]
32 James Cassidy/Karen Kelly (Ford Escort MkII) [12]
33 Colin Flanagan/Barry McLoughlin (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7) [15]
34 Vincent Collins/Fintan Kilroe (Ford Escort) [12]
35 Kevin Cole/Matthew Kirwan (Ford Escort) [12]
36 Sam Johnston/Colin Duffy (Honda Civic) [11F]
37 Eamonn McGuigan/Michael Moran (Ford Escort) [12]
38 Barry Treanor/Colm Connolly (Ford Escort MK2) [11R]
39 Colin Roche/Derry Long (Toyota Starlet) [11R]
40 Richard Harney/Brian Harney (Ford Escort) [11R]
41 James McCann/Jenna McCann (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 7) [15]
42 Conor Watters/TBA (Ford Escort) [14]
43 Michael Shaw/Raymond Shaw (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 5) [15]
44 Gavin Gallagher/Fintan Monaghan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 8) [15]
45 Des Lyons/Aisling McArdle (Honda Civic) [11F]
46 Kyle White/Sean Topping (Peugeot 208) [2]
47 Liam McMullan/John Coll (Honda Civic EK4) [11F]
48 Jason Tuthill/Ben Teggart (Ford Escort) [11R]
49 James Pettit/John Pettit (BMW Compact) [14]
50 Anthony Masterson/Tom Clinton (Ford Escort) [14]
51 Shane O'Rourke/Alan McGovern (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
52 Sean Doyle/Marc McDermott (Ford Escort) [12]
53 Colin Quirke/Robert Fagg (Ford Ford Fiesta Lancer Evo) [20]
54 Nathan Cafearo/Ray Fitzpatrick (Citreon DS3 R5) [5]
55 Damian Campbell/Declan McGarrity (Ford Escort MK2) [13]
56 Andrew Dudgeon/Joseph Dooley (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo ) [3]
57 Pauric Sheridan/Sean Brunton (Ford Ford Fiesta) [20]
58 Ronan Campbell/Paul Corry (Ford Escort MK2) [18]
59 Paul O'Brien/Shaun Forde (Honda Civic) [11F]
60 Darragh Kenny/David Gibbons (Honda Civic ) [1]
61 Pat O'Connor/Kieran Reid (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
62 Sean McEvoy/Conor Duff (Ford Escort G3) [11R]
63 Stephen Healy/Enda Fallon (Toyota Corolla) [11R]
64 Pat Price/Andrew Curran (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
65 John Byrnes/Brian Grant (Renault Clio) [2]
66 David Kelly/James Corwell (Citreon C2 R2) [2]
67 Shane Healy/Emmet Donlon (Peugeot 205) [10]
68 James Wilson/Gavin Doherty (Peugeot 208 R2) [2]
69 Andrew Kearney/Owen O'Neill (Ford Ford Fiesta R2) [2]
70 Fergal Keane/Mairead Duane (Honda Civic) [11F]
71 Davy Hunt/Gillian Gilmartin (Peugeot 106) [11F]
72 Sean O'Gorman/Ger Clancy (Ford Escort MK2) [11R]
73 Sean McQuaid/Ivan Wilinson (Ford Escort) [12]
74 Benny Kennedy/Cathal McGrath (Ford Escort MK2) [13]
75 Iarla Carty/Joe Whyte (Mini) [18]
76 Malcolm Pedlow/John Henderson (BMW 2002tii) [18]
77 Nick Barnett/Martin Brady (Honda Civic) [3]
78 John McGuire/Paul Gallagher (Ford Escort) [12]
79 Colette Rooney/Sinead McCafferty (Honda Civic) [11F]
80 Joe Moffitt/Eddie Moffitt (Honda Civic) [1]
81 Ronan Denning/Karl Egan (Peugeot 106) [2]
82 Stephen Reynolds/Dereck McCarthy (Honda Civic) [1]
83 Conor Sherry/Ger Leech (Peugeot 205) [13]
84 Ronan Quinn/Ian McCord (Ford Escort MK2) [11R]
85 Brendan Keenan/Sean Lynch (Ford Escort) [11R]
86 Keith Collevy/Martin Collevy (Honda Civic) [1]
87 Colin O'Rourke/Martin Byrne (Ford Escort) [14]
88 Stuart Robb/Adrian Rankin (Toyota Corolla) [11R]

J1 Michael Boyle/Dermot McCafferty (Honda Civic) [16]
J2 Gary McNamee/Dean O'Sullivan (Honda Civic) [16]
J3 Jonny Treanor/Adrian Foley (Honda Civic EG6) [16]
J4 John McCabe/Stephen Doogan (Honda Civic) [16]
J5 Mark Murphy/Michael Hamilton (Honda Civic) [16]
J6 Kieran O'Donoghue/Timmy Kelly (Honda Civic) [16]
J7 Brian Brady/Leonard Tuite (Honda Civic) [16]
J8 Tom Holton/Ryan Driver (Honda Civic) [16]
J9 Dylan Donoghue/Cathal Mullens (Ford Escort) [16]
J10 Shay Laheen/Gerry Walsh (Ford Escort MK2) [16]
J11 Darren Barrett/Lorcan Moore (Honda Civic) [16]
J12 Michael Cunniffe/Cian Irwin (Peugeot 205) [16]
J14 Niall McGaughran/Gerard Hyland (Honda Civic) [16]
J15 Jason Black/Jack McKenna (Toyota Starlet) [16]

Entries Received 15/3/17

Posted: March 16, 2017 7:12 AM

Stephen Reynolds/Dereck McCarthy [1]
Joe Moffitt/Eddie Moffitt [1]
Darragh Kenny/David Gibbons [1]
John Byrnes/Brian Grant [2]
Ronan Denning/Karl Egan [2]
Jenna McCann/TBA [2]
James Wilson/Gavin Doherty [2]
David Kelly/James Conwell [2]
Andrew Dudgeon/Joseph Dooley [3]
Nick Barnett/Martin Brady [3]
Neil Tohill/Gerard Tohill [4]
Shane Maguire/Darragh Kelly [4]
David Guest/Paddy Robinson [4]
Paul Barrett/Declan Tumilty [4]
Shane O'Rouke/Alan McGovern [4]
Pat Price/Andrew Curran [4]
Nial Devine/Crawford Henderson [4]
Pat O'Connor/Kieran Reid [4]
Paul Rowley/Jeff Case [5]
Stevie McCann/Damien Fleming [5]
Pauric Duffy/Kevin Glynn [5]
Niall Maguire/Enda Sherry [7]
Sam Moffett/TBA [7]
Roy White/James O'Brien [7]
Kevin Kellegher/Ray Fitzpatrick [7]
Donagh Kelly/Conor Foley [7]
Manus Kelly/Gareth Doherty [7]
Declan Boyle/Brian Doyle [7]
Enda McCormack/Colin Fitzgerald [7]
Mark Donnelly/Barry McNulty [7]
Anthony Masterson/Tom Clinton [9]
Shane Healy/Emmet Donlon [10]
Davy Hunt/Gillian Gilmartin [11F]
Colette Rooney/Sinead McCafferty [11F]
Sam Johnston/Colin Duffy [11F]
Fergal Keane/Mairead Duane [11F]
Liam McMullan/John Coll [11F]
Richard Harney/Brian Harney [11R]
Brendan Keenan/Sean Lynch [11R]
Stephen Healy/Enda Fallon [11R]
Ronan Quinn/Ian McCord [11R]
Jason Tuthill/Ben Teggart [11R]
Sean O'Gorman/Ger Clancy [11R]
Keith Collevy/Martin Collevy [11R]
Colin Roche/Derry Long [11R]
James Cassidy/Karen Kelly [12]
Vincent Collins/Fintan Kilroe [12]
Eamonn McGuigan/Michael Moran [12]
Sean McQuaid/Ivan Wilinson [12]
John McGuire/TBA [12]
Kevin Cole/Mattie Kirwan [12]
Colin Currid/Paul Gallagher [12]
Sean Doyle/Marc McDermott [12]
Stephen Reynolds/Emmet Brosnan [13]
Cormac Phelan/Katja Auhl [13]
Barry Morris/Declan Campbell [13]
Conor Sherry/Ger Leech [13]
Damian Campbell/Declan McGarrity [13]
Thomas O'Connell/Emmett Sherry [13]
Conor Curley/Paul Hone [13]
Ian Barrett/Eoin O'Flaherty [14]
Conor Watters/TBA [14]
Jim McKenna/Damien McKenna [14]
Pat Donegan/Alan Keena [14]
Ed Murphy/John McCarthy [14]
Tommy Doyle/Liam Moynihan [14]
Martin Donnelly/Brian Doherty [15]
Gavin Gallagher/Fintan Monaghan [15]
Darren O'Brien/Gary Kiernan [16]
Michael Cunniffe/Cian Irwin [16]
Gary McNamee/Dean O'Sullivan [16]
Niall McGaughran/Gerard Hyland [16]
Tom Holton/Ryan Diver [16]
Brian Brady/Leonard Tuite [16]
Kieran O'Donoghue/Timmy Kelly [16]
Shay Laheen/Gerry Walsh [16]
Michael Boyle/Dermot McCafferty [16]
Darren Barrett/Lorcan Moore [16]
Ronan Campbell/Paul Corry [18]
Malcolm Pedlow/John Henderson [18]
Lee Hastings/Alistair Wylie [20]
Pauric Sheridan/Sean Brunton [20]
Paul McCann/Paddy Plunkett [20]
John Stone/Patrick Brides [20]
Colin Quirke/Robert Fagg [20]
Colin Flanagan/Barry McLoughlin []

Press Release 2

Posted: March 15, 2017 8:29 AM

Midland Motor club is seeing a steady flow of entries into the upcoming stages rally on the 26th March. One notable entry is John Stone from Blackburn in the UK who will compete in his Fiesta S2500 Millington rally car. He has local navigator Patrick Brides calling the notes. Stone is a regular competitor in the UK and recently won the Roskirk rally near Wigan.

John is one of the founder members of Rallying for Down syndrome campaign that helps raise awareness for people with Downs syndrome.

Meanwhile accommodation in Longford is filling up so it is advisable to book soon in guarantee a room for the weekend.

See more information on www.midlandmotorclub.net

Rally Launch - (Thu) 16 Mar 17

Posted: March 10, 2017 8:58 AM

Midland Moto Stages Rally 2017 Rally launch will take place on Thursday 16th March at 7.30 in the Longford Arms Hotel. This is round 2 of the Triton Showers Rally championship, round 2 of the Colton Motors Midlands East Rally championship and round 2 of the Midland MC club championship. Everyone welcome to attend.

Promo Video

Posted: February 28, 2017 6:33 AM


Posted: February 19, 2017 1:33 PM

Press Release 1

Posted: February 17, 2017 7:08 AM

Round 2 of the Triton Showers National Rally Championship will be hosted by Midland Motor club on the 26th March 2017. Midland Moto Stages Rally, which ran its first multi stage rally back in 1976, will be run in association with The Longford Arms Hotel, A Plus Skip Hire and Admore Air Conditioning Corp.

The rally is also Round 2 of the Colton Motors Midlands East Championship and round 2 of the Johnston Toy Town MMC Club Championship. It comprises of 9 stages ran in a 3 x 3 format with a compact route of 120km. Centralised servicing is just outside Longford Town in Mastertech Business Park, Athlone Road. The Rally headquarters is based in The Longford Arms Hotel.

Regs and entry forms will be available shortly.

Club Website

Posted: February 17, 2017 7:07 AM

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