ALMC have published regulations and entry details for the ALMC Endurance Trial, which will take place on Saturday March 5th 2016. The event will once again be based at the Luttrellstown Castle Golf Club in Castleknock, just off the M50 / M3 intersection. As in previous years, crews will tackle the tricky private lanes in the castle estate along with a number of tests in Co. Meath, with tests of up to 15km in length.
Endurance Trials are designed to be motorsport’s fun and value-for-money discipline, with competitors tackling the competitive selectives sections in small production cars, typically under 1400cc with a special class for larger engines. ALMC was the first club to bring Endurance Trials to Ireland and since the events inception in 2011 and the format continues to grow in popularity every year.
Clerk-of-the-Course Conor Crowley and Route Co-ordinator Frank O’Donoghue have laid out a challenging route with the first car leaving the Luttrellstown HQ just after midday with tests taking place in counties Dublin and Meath. The layout of this year’s route has allowed the organisers to reduce the length of road sections significantly, with the first car due to cross the finish line of the night-time selective at 7:30pm.
Event regulations and entry forms are now online at www.almc.ie and with entries restricted to 70 cars, competitors should get their entries in as early as possible.
Further event information will be made available through the clubs website (www.almc.ie), Facebook Page (ALMC Motor Club) and Twitter (@almcmotorclub).