Carrick-on-Suir Raven's Rock Stages Rally - 30 Jun 19

Posted: October 28, 2019 8:42 AM - 11604 Hits

Round 5 - 2019 National Rally Championship
Round 5 - 2019 South East Stages Championship
Counting Round - 2019 Southern 4 Rally Championship

Motorsport Ireland Junior Rally Series Round 5 Report

Posted: October 28, 2019 8:42 AM

In the fifth round of the Motorsport Ireland Junior Rally Series, Brian Brady collected his second maximum points of the championship; the Meath man took the lead on the first stage of Ravens Rock Rally and held it all the way to the finish flag at the Waterford based event.

The points haul by Brady sees him jump from fourth place to second place in the overall Dual Surface standings and sets up an enthralling battle for the top spot with three rounds to go.
Despite experimenting by switching to Hoozier tyres for the first time and also penning his own notes for the first time, both decisions proved worthwhile for Brady as he now looks forward to the next championship round with an eye on another maximum score.

Shane Kenneally drove his Honda Civic to a decent second place, just unable to match Brady’s pace on tar but looking forward to Cork Forestry, as he feels more comfortable and knows he can challenge more on gravel, the Waterford driver having already achieved a maximum points score at the Moonraker Rally back in April.

Jason Murphy drops from second to third in the championship after using this tarmac round as one of his dropped scores but the South Mayo driver is looking forward to the ‘Gravel Grand Prix’ in Cork, an event that he has fond memories from as it has seen him secure his back to back Irish Forestry J1000 titles in the previous two years.

Michael Cunniffe slips one place to fourth as he also didn’t feature on the Ravens Rock entry list but a trip south to Cork could reignite his championship bid.

Ruairi Mac Artain’s eleventh-hour decision to travel to Waterford resulted in him borrowing rims and tyres and leaving his Honda Civic in gravel set up, but the nineteen year old Louth driver was very happy with the outcome, on his first tarmac rally to come away with third place points and move level with Omagh’s Gareth Deazley in the championship. Deazley’s drive at Ravens Rock seen him improve his times all day, narrowly missing out on third place after battling with aforementioned Mac Artain, and eventually having to settle for fourth place.

Attention now switches back to gravel for the penultimate pair of rounds, the Jim Walsh Cork Forest Rally on July 27th and 28th, each day will count as separate Junior Rally Series rounds. Saturday will see the crews tackling six classic forest stages with approximately 70km of competitive action, the highlight is certain to the fearsome Boggeragh Drive stage, a massive 18.5 KM, the longest Gravel stage used anywhere in the 2019 Irish Forest Championship, which will be ran twice.

Sunday will see the JRS drivers head into the Ballyhoura Mountains where eight stages totalling 80km sees a mix of traditional forest lanes, as well as sweeping expanses of modern Wind Farm roads.

The Motorsport Ireland Junior Rally Series is part of the Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy initiative, to promote and assist competitors focused on developing their motorsport future. The series is taking place over dual surfaces; tar and gravel, and the best performances in 5 out of 8 rounds will count. Two gravel rounds (Cork Forest Rally, 2 days counts as two rounds) and one tar round (Galway Summer Stages) still remain on the calendar to qualify for the championship, competitors must be under 25 (1st of January) and start a minimum of two events on each surface. Eligibility is reserved to those who hold a current competition license issued by Motorsport Ireland and only cars built to the Class 16, J1600 regulations are eligible for the series

A prize fund of training and coaching up to the value of €20,000 on Motorsport Ireland events is on offer, plus a nomination to the Billy Coleman Award.

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With victory on the Waterford based Kilsheelan Limestone Quarries/Dooley’s Hotel Raven’s Rock Rally, Monaghan’s Josh Moffett (Ford Fiesta WRC) and his Wexford co-driver Andy Hayes have tightened their grip on the Triton Showers National Rally Championship. On what was their fourth win of the current campaign, they finished 18.3 seconds ahead of title rivals, Clonmel’s Roy White and his Cork co-driver James O’Brien, also in a Ford Fiesta WRC.
Wexford’s Richard Moore (Ford Escort) and co-driver John McGrath were a distant third – two minutes and 55.6 seconds further behind.
Monaghan’s Shane Maguire (Mitsubishi) and his Limerick co-driver Anthony Nestor won the Motorsport Safety Team Group N category.
Meath’s Brian Brady/Gary McNamee (Honda Civic) took a facile victory in the Junior category.

Moffett was best on the opening stage near Grange to the south-west of Dungarvan where he was 1.6 seconds faster than White with the Ford Focus WRC of Hugh Hunter another 2.1 seconds further behind. Welsh driver Sebastien Ling (Citroen DS3 R5) was some 14 seconds behind Hunter in a top six that also included the two-wheel drive cars of Richard Moore (Ford Escort) and Welsh ace John Dalton (Darrian T90 GTR).
Even though he spun and overshot, White was best on S.S. 2 and moved 2.4 seconds ahead of Moffett. Hugh Hunter retired when his Ford Focus WRC hit a wall and damaged the steering. That promoted Dalton into third - 23.5 seconds further behind and 8.3 seconds in front of Cork driver David Guest (Skoda Fabia S2000). Sebastien Ling (Citroen DS3R5) bowed out on the second stage when he hit a wall.
Out on the third stage White and Moffett set identical times with White arriving at the Dungarvan service with that 2.4 seconds advantage as Moffett declared that he was finding it difficult to commit to the stages. The pair had moved well clear of the opposition with Dalton 42.5 seconds adrift in third and Guest another 9.3 seconds in arrears. An untroubled Richard Moore (Ford Escort) was fifth while Waterford driver Keith Power (Mitsubishi) was sixth overall and untroubled.
Burnley driver Daniel Harper (Mini WRC) on his first tarmac rally within the jurisdiction of Motorsport Ireland in some ten years, was seventh, he lost brakes about four kilometres from the end of the second stage. Shane Maguire (Mitsubishi) in eighth place led the Motorsport Safety Team Group N category as the remaining places in the top ten were occupied by the Escort of Monaghan’s Mickey Conlon and Wexford’s Tomas O’Rourke (Mitsubishi Evo IX). Local driver Simon Reid (Escort) broke a front shock absorber half way through the second stage.

Out on the second loop as Moffett tried to get back to his usual pace, disaster struck for White. On S.S. 4, he had no handbrake, spun and stalled his Fiesta WRC, on S.S. 5, fifth gear broke and on S.S, 6, he was stymied by a rear differential problem. The net result was that he dropped to second - 24 seconds behind Moffett. Moore powered his way through to third albeit a minute and 42.2 seconds behind. Dalton was fourth, Guest in fifth had to contend with the lack of gear display in his Skoda. Power in sixth had to change a wheel due to a massive vibration but the odd combination proved a trifle difficult.
English driver Harper improved his times on the second loop, he was seventh in general classification followed by the Escorts of Tomas Davies and Mickey Conlon and the Mitsubishi of Donegal’s Aaron McLaughlin. Tomas O’Rourke crashed his Mitsubishi on the fifth stage and while Shane Maguire lost time with a puncture on S.S. 6 he still had a comfortable advantage over the Mitsubishi EvoX of Neil Tohill.
Moffett went on to take his fourth win of the season and edges closer to the Triton title and the Vard Memorial Trophy. White’s second loop issues ultimately cost him a shot at victory but he was pleased with his pace, he was fastest through the Power Stage to secure an additional Triton point.
In a dramatic final stage Moore regained third after a titanic battle with Dalton, who was three seconds ahead entering the stage only for Moore to storm through and snatch the spot albeit by 1.4 seconds. Guest and Harper completed the top six.
Power was untroubled as he came home as the top Carrick on Suir Motor Club driver. The top ten was rounded out by Welsh driver Tomas Davies (Ford Escort), Donegal’s Aaron McLoughlin (Mitsubishi Evo IX) and Motorsport Safety Team Group N winner Shane Maguire (Mitsubishi).


Posted: October 28, 2019 8:19 AM

1 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC) 66m 39s,
2 Roy White/James O’Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC) 66m 58s,
3 Richard Moore/John McGrath (Ford Escort MkII) 69m 53s,
4 John Dalton/Gwynfor Jones (Darrian T90 GTR) 69m 55s,
5 David Guest/Jonathan McGrath (Skoda Fabia S2000) 70m 35s,
6 Daniel Harper/Chris Campbell (Mini WRC) 71m 32s,
7 Keith Power/Tommy Cuddihy (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) 71m 51s,
8 Tomas Davies/Eurig Davies (Ford Escort MkII) 72m 02s,
9 Aaron McLaughlin/Darren Curran (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) 72m 13s,
10 Shane Maguire/Anthony Nestor (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 72m 52s.

Motorsport Safety Team Group N award:
Shane Maguire/Anthony Nestor. Two wheel drive award:
Richard Moore/John McGrath.

1 Neil Williams/Anthony O’Sullivan (Escort) 73m 56s,
2 David Armstrong/Ashley Trimble (Escort) 77m 51s,
3 Peadar Walsh/Grace Walsh (Escort) 79m 06s.

Juniors Class 16:
1 Brian Brady/Gary McNamee (Civic) 50m 04s,
2 Shane Kenneally/Ger Connors (Civic) 53m 22s,
3 Ruairi MacArtain/David Crilly (Civic) 56m 29s.

Juniors Class 16A:
1 Colin O’Donoghue/Sean Collins (Escort) 49m 38s,
2 David Kelly/Neil McHugh (Starlet) 50m 21s,
3 Nigel Roche/Andrew Cronin (Civic) 53m 19s.

SS1 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS2-3 Roy White/James O'Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS4-9 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)

Stage Winners
SS1 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS2 Roy White/James O'Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS3 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS4 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS5 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS6 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS7 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS8 Roy White/James O'Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC)
SS9 Roy White/James O'Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC)

Rally Programmes

Posted: June 28, 2019 5:12 PM

Walshs Texaco, Cork road, Waterford
Walsh's Maxol, Ferrybank, Waterford
Texaco Service Station, Ferrybank, Waterford
Top, Ferrybank, Waterford
Red Bridge Service Station, Newrath, Waterford
Tom Gerathy Tyres, Newrath, Waterford
Maxol, Milatary Rd, Waterford
Dooley's Hotel, The quay waterford
Campus Service Station, Ring Road, Dungarvan Warerford
Circle K, Youghal Rd, Dungarvan, Waterford
Garveys Maxol, Waterford Rd, Dungarvan, Waterford
Walsh's Texaco, Lemybrien, Waterford
Applegreen, Lemybrien, Waterford
Top Oil, Killadangan, Dungarvan, Waterford

Seeded Entry Lists

Posted: June 25, 2019 1:34 PM

1 Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
2 Roy White/James O'Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
3 Hugh Hunter/Rob Fagg (Ford Focus WRC) [7]
4 John Dalton/Gwynfor Jones (Darrian T90 GTR) [14]
5 Sacha Kakad/James Aldridge (Ford Fiesta R5) [5]
6 Simon Reid/Gavin Downey (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
7 Daren McKelvey/TBA (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [20]
8 Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC S14) [7]
9 David Guest/Jonathan McGrath (Skoda Fabia S2000) [5]
10 Eugene Meegan/Tommy Hayes (Citroen DS3R5) [5]
11 Ian Roche/Anthoy Nestor (Subaru Impreza WRC S10) [15]
12 Adrian Evans/Martin Henry (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
14 Richard Harney/Brian Harney (Ford Escort Mk2) [13]
15 JF Shovelin/Emmet Brosnan (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
17 Tomas Davies/Eurig Davies (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
18 Daniel Harper/Chris Campbell (Mini WRC) [7]
19 Shane Maguire/Darragh Kelly (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [4]
20 Tomas O'Rourke/Tomas Scallan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [4]
21 Sebastian Ling/Aled Rees (Citroen DS3R5) [5]
22 Jason McSweeney/Liam Brennan (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [20]
23 Martyn England/Dawn England (Ford Fiesta R5) [5]
24 Brian O'Keeffe/Sean Hayde (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [4]
25 Lee Hastings/Alistair Wyllie (Subaru Impreza) [20]
26 John Barry/John Seyyan (Subaru Impreza) [20]
27 Aaron McLoughlin/Darren Curran (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [20]
28 Colm Doherty/Andrew Farmer (Toyota Corolla) [13]
29 David Armstrong/Ashley Trimble (Ford Escort Mk2) [18]
30 Neil Williams/Anthony O'Sullivan (Ford Escort Mk2) [18]
31 Des Moore/TBA (Ford Escort RS1600T) [14]
32 Neil Tohill/Gerard Tohill (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [4]
33 Jason Ryan/Peter Keohane (Starlet) [11F]
34 Declan Hall/Chrissy Cor (Toyota Corolla) [11R]
35 Richie Dalton/Ger Brett (Subaru Impreza) [4]
36 Tony Rees/Ian Taylor (Darrian T90 GTR) [14]
37 Simon Chapman/Peter Foy (Proton Satria S2500) [20]
38 Mark Nangle/Pat Cashman (Subaru Impreza) [20]
39 Stephen Greaney/TBA (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
40 Kenny O'Brien/Davy Creane (Nova) [9]
41 Bob Moran/Elaine Ni Shea (Ford Escort Mk2) [11R]
42 James Bradley/Cathal Quill (Ford Escort Mk2) [12]
43 John Boland/William Treacy (Ford Escort Mk2) [12]
44 Eddie Doherty/Kieran Rafter (Ford Escort Mk1) [11R]
45 Niall Fitzpatrick/Gary Fitzpatrick (Ford Escort Mk1) [12]
46 Jason Tuthill/Ben Teggart (Ford Escort Mk1) [13]
47 Mark Dolphin/Colin Fitzgerald (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
48 Tony Canny/Joe O'Brien (Ford Escort Mk2) [13]
49 Andrew Leacy/TBA (Darren T9) [13]
50 Peader Walsh/Grace Walsh (Ford Escort Mk1) [18]
51 Eoin Duffin/Mike Quinn (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
52 Mark Geraghty/TBA (Honda Civic) [13]
53 Llyod Hutchinson/Willie Fitzpatrick (Austin Mini) [9]
54 Paul Cloake/Leo Tector (Proton Satria) [11F]
55 Tim Fiood/Anthony Smith (Ford Escort Mk2) [11R]
56 Ian Davies/Peter Watts (BMW M3) [19]
57 Paschal O'Shea/Robbie Hennessy (BMW) []
58 William Nolan/Shane O'Mahoney (Toyota Corolla) [11R]
59 John O'Rourke/Brian Cummins (Corsa) [12]
60 Shay Delaney/Alan Maloney (Honda Civic) [11F]
61 Denis Maher/Pat Knox (Honda Civic) [2]
62 Shane Casey/Seamus McHugh (Honda Civic) [11F]
63 Ger O'Brien/John Hayes (Renault Clio) [11F]
64 Garry Carthy/Michael Breen (Citroen C2) [11F]
65 James Fennelly/Mick Lonergan (Honda Civic) [11F]
66 Jason O'Brien/Ger Clancy (Honda Civic) [11f]
67 Michael Forde/Jim Cunningham (Talbot Sunbeam) [11R]
69 Michael Rodgers/Aidan Connolly (Honda Civic) [3]
70 Keith McFadden/Sara McFadden (Renault Clio) [3]
71 Edward Lewis/Dom Adams (Opel Adam) [11]
72 Pierce J Dohney/Eilish Dunne (Corsa) [10]
73 Michael Ormond/Paddy King (Honda Civic) [3]
74 Andrew James/Alec James (Ford Escort Mk2) [12]
75 Kieran Hayes/Andrew Purser (Peugeot 205) [12]
76 Gemma Kerley/Jalna Breslin (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [20]
77 Michael Morahan/Billy Morahan (Honda Civic) [3]
78 Colin Roche/TBA (Ford Escort Mk2) [10]
79 Malcolm Pedlow/John Henderson (BMW 2002) [18]
80 John O'Reilly/Nick Sparks (Ford Escort Mk1) [18]
81 Thomas Sheehan/Jenny Sheehan (Corsa) [9]
82 Pat Bolger/Chris Bolger (Honda Civic) [1]
83 Joe Moffitt/Eddie Moffitt (Honda Civic) [1]
84 Anthony Roche/Alan Hourigan (Audi A3) [20]
85 Andrew Blackburn/Laura Molrooney (Subaru Impreza) [24]
86 Denis Nagle/Donagh Crowley (Micra) [9]

Late entries:
87 Keith Power/Tommy Cuddihy (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [20]
88 Des Lyons/Ashling McCardle (Honda Civic) [11F]
89 Mickey Conlon/TBA (TBA) []
89 Paul Scanlon/Mossie Griffin (TBA) [11R]
90 Brian O' Neill/John Murphy (TBA) [13]
91 Tommy Foley/TBA (Honda Civic) [11F]
92 Sean Hogan/Trish Hogan (Talbot Sunbeam) [17]
93 Bobby Hennessy /Daragh Smyth (Honda Civic) [13]
94 Kevin Dolphin/Martin O'Brien (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]

J1 Shane Kenneally/Jer Connors (Honda Civic) [16]
J2 Brian Brady/Gary McNamee (Honda Civic) [16]
J3 Gareth Deazley/TBA (Honda Civic) [16]
J4 Colin O'Donohue/Sean Collins (Ford Escort Mk2) [16A]
J5 Nigel Roche /Andrew Cronin (Honda Civic) [16A]
J6 Kieran Reen/Mark O'Leary (Honda Civic) [16]
J7 Sean Dunphy/Susan Kinsella (Honda Civic) [16]
J8 Brian Keohane/Donal Keohane (Nova) [16]
J9 Ronan Creagh /Peter O'Sullivan (Honda Civic) [16a]
J10 Paul Quinlan/TBA (Ford Escort) [16A]

Late Entries Juniors
J11 Barry Archer/Eoin Treacy (Honda Civic) [16]
J12 Anthony O' Driscoll/Eoin Corcoran (Honda Civic) [16]

Final Instructions No 1

Posted: June 25, 2019 1:34 PM

Entries Received

Posted: June 20, 2019 11:27 AM

John O' Rourke/Brian Commons (Opel Corsa) [12]
John O' Reilly/Nick Sparks (Ford Escort MK1) [18]
Denis Nagle/Donagh Crowley (Nissan Micra) [9]
Peadar Walsh/Grace Walsh (Ford Escort MK1) [18 (C3)]
Eddie Doherty/Kieran Rafter (Ford Escort MK1) [11R]
Adrian Evans/Martin Henry (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
Kevin Barrett/Sean Mullally (Subaru Impreza WRC S14) [7]
Sean Dunphy/Susan Kinsella (Honda Civic) [16]
Malcolm Pedlow/John Henderson (BMW 2002) [18]
Edward Lewis/Dom Adams (Vauxhall Adam) [11]
Andrew Blackburn/Laura Mulrooney (Subaru Impreza) [RRClass MSA 24]
Pierce J. Dohney/Eilish Dunne (Opel Corsa) [10]
Brian O' Keeffe/Sean Hayde (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [4]
Josh Moffett/Andy Hayes (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
Lee Hastings/Alistair Wyllie (Subaru Impreza) [20]
Stephen Greaney/TBA (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
John Barry/John Seyyan (Subaru Impreza) [20]
Declan Hall/Chrissy Cor (Toyota Corolla) [11R]
Tony Canny/Joe O'Brien (Ford Escort) [13]
John Dalton/Gwynfor Jones (Darrian T90 GTR) [14]
Jason Tuthill/Ben Teggart (Ford Escort) [13]
Kieran Hayes/Andrew Purser (Peugeot 205) [12]
Neil Williams/Anthony O'Sullivan (Ford Escort) [18]
Andrew James/Alec Morris (Ford Escort Mk2) [12]
Shane Kenneally/Jer Connors (Honda Civic) [16]
Daniel Harper/Chris Campbell (Mini JCW WRC) [7]
Tommy Graham/Mike Bailey (Ford Escort Mk2) [13]
Mark Dolphin/Colin Fitzgerald (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
Tomas O' Rourke/Tomas Scallon (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
Jason Ryan/Peter Keohane (Toyota Starlet) [11F]
Aaron McLaughlin/Darren Curran (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [20]
Keith McFadden/Sara McFadden (Renault Clio) [3]
Darren McKelvey/TBA (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [20]
James Bradley/Cathal Quill (Ford Escort) [12]
Mark Nanagle/Patrick Cashman (Subaru Impreza) [20]
Colin Roche/TBA (Ford Escort) [10]
Bob Moran/Elaine Ni Shea (Ford Escort Mk2) [11R]
Tony Rees/Ian Taylor (Darrian T90 GTR+) [14]
Sacha Kakad/James Aldridge (Ford Fiesta R5) [R5 Class]
Michael Rogers/Aiden Connolly (Honda Civic) [3]
Kieran Reen/Mark O'Leary (Honda Civic) [16]
James Fennelly/TBA (Honda Civic) [11F]
Nigel Roche/Andrew Cronin (Honda Civic) [16A]
Denis Maher/Pat Knox (Honda Civic) [2]
Andrew Leacy/TBA (Darrian T9 ) [13]
William Nolan/Shane O' Mahony (Toyota Corolla) [11R]
Lloyd Hutchinson/Willie Fitzpatrick (Austin Mini) [9]
Mark Geraghty/TBA (Honda Civic) [13]
Ian Davies/Peter Watts (BMW M3) [19]
Tomas Davies/Eurig Davies (Ford Escort Mk2) [14]
Ger O'Brien/John Hayes (Renault Clio) [11]
Gareth Deazley/TBA (Honda Civic) [16]
Jason O' Brien/Ger Clancy (Honda Civic) [11F]
Simon Chapman/Peter Foy (Proton Satria S2500 Millington) [20]
Micheal Ormond/Paddy King (Honda Civic FNZ) [3]
Michael Morahan/Billy Morahan (Honda Civic) [3]
Ronan Creagh/Peter O' Sullivan (Honda Civic) [16A]
Pat Bolger/Chris Bolger (Honda Civic) [1]
Richard Harney/Brian Harney (Ford Escort) [13]
Hugh Hunter/Rob Fagg (Ford Focus WRC) [7]
Martyn England/Dawn England (Ford Fiesta R5) [5]
Roy White/James O' Brien (Ford Fiesta WRC) [7]
Paul Quinlan/TBA (TBA) [12]
Colin O' Donoghue/Sean Collins (Ford Escort Mk2) [16A]
Shane Casey/Seamus McHugh (Honda Civic) [11F]
David Armstrong/Ashley Trimble (Ford Escort RS) [18]
Michael Forde/Jim Cunningham (Talbot Sunbeam) [11R]
Colm Doherty/Andrew Farmer (Toyota Corolla) [13]
Gemma Kerley/Jalna Breslin (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo) [20]
Shay Delaney/Alan Maloney (Honda Civic) [11F]
David Guest/Jonathan McGrath (Skoda Fabia S2000) [5]
Eugene Meegan/Tommy Hayes (Citroen DS3 R5) [5]
Tim Flood/Anthony Smith (Ford Escort Mk2) [11R]
Brian Keohane/Donal Keohane (Vauxhall Nova) [16]
Richie Dalton/Ger Brett (Subaru Impreza) [4]
Niall Fitzpatrick/Gary Fitzpatrick (Ford Escort MK1) [12]
Shane Maguire/Darragh Kelly (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 9) [4]
Pascal O' Shea/Robbie Hennessy (BMW) [TBA]
Anthony Roche/Alan Hourigan (Audi A3) [20]
Ian Roche/Anthony Nestor (Subaru Impreza WRC S10) [15]
John Boland/Treacy William (Ford Escort Mk2) [12]
Thomas Sheehan/Jenny Sheehan (Vauxhall Corsa) [9]
Kenny O' Brien/Davy Creane (Vauxhall Nova) [9]
Neil Tohill/Gerard Tohill (Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X) [4]

Championship Rounds

Posted: June 20, 2019 11:16 AM

Triton Showers National Rally Championship - Round 5
Suirway Group South East Stages Championship - Round 5 Southern 4 Rally Championship - Round 5

Time and Distance

Posted: June 18, 2019 4:46 PM

Club Wesbite

Posted: May 20, 2019 6:38 AM

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