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Peter Jaeger, from Fuerth in Germany will reunite Billy Coleman with the Mk I Escort (VVX 958) that he and Leo White finished second in the 1974 Circuit of Ireland. Peter now owns this historic car and he will be accompanied by his father, mother and other members of his family in Killarney for the great Circuit Déjà vu reunion, which takes place over the Easter weekend (26th. to the 28th. March 2016).

In 1972, Hannu Mikkola drove VVX in the RAC Rally but retired. Chris Slater then bought the car from Ford and he used it in World Rally Championship and won the Jerez de la Fontera Rally. After this Billy used it in the British Rally Championship. In it he and Peter Scott won the Texaco Rally, now known as The Ulster Rally.

Amongst the 200 fans, former winners, and officials, that have already signed up for this nostalgic outing are, in addition to our German friends, people travelling from Australia, Jersey, Mallorca, the Isle of Man and a host from the UK.

VVX 958 will be just one of the star exhibits taking part in the Sunday Run.

Full details, including entry forms are available HERE

Circuit Déja Vu 2016 is for all the family. The chance to meet old friends and rub shoulders with famous drivers, to take part in a fun competition and a spectacular drive.

You will have plenty of time to savour the spectacular scenery on the classic stages of the Sunday Run. We will supply the co-ordinates in advance, a marked map and away you’ll go. No pressure, no tricky navigation, no passage controls, no secret checks and no timing. All you will need is a SATNAV and a mobile phone or a digital camera.

Complete the route and snap the clues and you could be in the prizes on Sunday night!

Historic Rally Cars and their road replicas, Classic Cars, Sportscars and Supercars, we hope to see them all. Arrive in anything on four wheels that will get you to Killarney! There will be no unsurfaced or rough roads en route.

You may prefer to come just for the entertainment and chill out during the day before joining in the evening festivities. The weekend’s finale will be an Irish cabaret and dinner dance with good old 60s rock and roll dancing.

Easter Saturday 26th March 2016
15.00 – 17.00 Registration & welcome glass of sparkling wine.
19.30 Welcome Dinner, star driver Interviews and an Irish cabaret.

Easter Sunday 27th March 2016
10.00 – 17.00 The Sunday Run.
19.30 Gala Dinner, star driver Interviews and dancing to 60s music

Easter Monday 28th March 2016
10.30 Farewell coffee morning.

A very competitive package has been arranged with the Malton Hotel and bookings will be first come, first served.

To book a place on the event, click HERE.


Circuit Déjà Vu 2016 is being organised by Beatty Crawford and Plum Tyndall through RPM-Motorsports Ltd. Please contact Dr. Beatty Crawford, 10 Governor’s Gate Meadow, Hillsborough.BT26 or call 0044 7972 879895 or Alan Tyndall, 58 Edentrillick Rd, Hillsborough, BT26 6PG. 0044 7887 827150.

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