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Irish Cancer Society benefits from Déjà Vu Motorsport

Following their ‘Déjà vu’  Killarney event last Easter, Dr. Beatty Crawford and Alan Tyndall have handed over a cheque for €5,000 to the Irish Cancer Society. The rally re-union recreated the glory days of Group B rallying in the 1980s by bringing together an immensely valuable collection of cars and some of the internationally renowne drivers who tamed those powerful machines.

Over seventy crews attended the historic gathering and mingled with legends such as Stig Blomqvist, the 1984 World Rally Champion, frequent victors in French and British rallies Bernard Beguin and Jimmy McRae, together with Saeed Al-Hajri the many times Middle East Rally Champion and Billy Coleman, the Irish rallying folk hero.

We would like to thank all those who enjoyed our event last Easter and particularly the famous visiting drivers who gave their time free of charge to our charity event. In addition to our donation of €5,000 to the Irish Cancer Society, we also sent €500 to Billy Monger, the teenager who tragically lost both legs following a horrific accident in a F4 race at Donington Park last April” said Beatty and Alan.

Since it’s inception in 2016, Déjà vu Motorsport has raised over €20,000 for cancer related charities throughout Ireland and it will be supporting McMillan Cancer Support on Titanic Ulster Déjà vu in the coming year.

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