Ford has the SUV sector covered extremely well with a trio of vehicles, from the mini EcoSport to the American inspired Edge and in the middle, the Kuga one of … Continue Reading ON THE ROAD- Ian Lynas Drives the 2019 Ford Kuga ST-Line
Reigning Kwik Fit British Touring Car Champion Colin Turkington claimed pole position at Donington Park today (27 April) in a rain interrupted qualifying session at the famous East Midlands circuit. Team BMW’s Turkington … Continue Reading Turkington Takes Donington #BTCC Pole!
Former European and Irish Rallycross Champion Derek Tohill added another significant trophy to his cabinet by claiming victory in a third major series on Easter Monday, winning the second round … Continue Reading Tohill scores first British RX victory at Lydden Hill
The Fiesta 6 Hour race has been running for a number of years now and is hugely popular with drivers and fans alike. Running after the race season has ended, … Continue Reading Irish Motorsport TV- the Naas Court Hotel Fiesta 6 Hour
The Keelan Construction Fiesta Zetec Championship provided the biggest grids and some of the best racing at last weekend’s season opening meeting at Mondello Park. 2018 Champion Owen Purcell started where … Continue Reading Purcell and Kellett Share Zetec Wins At Mondello Park
The 2019 Motorsport Ireland Karting Championship got under way last weekend at Mondello Park. Taking to the grid to embark on her seventh season in the sport was 14-year-old Alyx Coby … Continue Reading Podium finish and new lap record for Alyx Coby at Mondello Park
Many throughout Ireland will welcome the return of the Toyota Camry. 15 years have passed since it disappeared from the range in Northern Ireland and 14 years in the Republic … Continue Reading ON THE ROAD – IAN LYNAS DRIVES THE NEW TOYOTA CAMRY
Mondello Park’s Dennings Cars Fiesta ST championship topped the bill at the opening race meeting of the season last weekend. Erik Holstein and Alex Denning starred on their series debuts, … Continue Reading Holstein and Denning Star in ST Opener At Mondello Park
One of Ireland’s top collision repair specialist, Denning’s Cars, have today been announced as the title sponsor of the 2019 Fiesta ST Championship. The series has been rejuvenated over the … Continue Reading Dennings Cars Back Star-Studded 2019 Fiesta ST Series
Well, well, well. I thought the Netflix F1 series was great, and I certainly wasn’t expecting the F1 season to rival it in that area, especially after Mercedes’ crushing domination … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Bahrain Grand Prix Thrills as Leclerc Stars for Ferrari
In the busy world of motoring, SEAT is a relatively newcomer founded in 1950 by a state owned industrial holding company and it grew to be the largest supplier of … Continue Reading ON THE ROAD-IAN LYNAS DRIVES THE NEW SEAT TARRACO
Wins, podiums, poles, fastest laps, points, penalties and a DNF were all in what drivers from this side of the Irish Sea had to show from their races at the … Continue Reading Harper and Young Star at TOCA Opener- with Stephen Lynas
The Irish Stryker class, once described as “recessionproof”, due to the fact that they managed to keep grids up when others shrank, is back for 2019, bigger and better. Details … Continue Reading 2019 Irish Stryker Championship is GO!
Dublin based Construction company Keelan Construction have been announced as the title sponsor for Mondello Park’s budget saloon car series, The Fiesta Zetec Championship. Managing Director Daniel Keelan is a … Continue Reading Keelan Construction Back Mondello’s Fiesta Zetec Series
Saturday 6th April saw the North Ulster Car Club host the SW Adair Tyres Northern Ireland Sprint Championship visit Nutts Corner for the second time this season. With lots of … Continue Reading S W Adair Tyres Northern Ireland Sprint Championship Round 3
John Lyons and Brian Nelson, both twice winners of the Donegal International Rally will join the Dèjà Vu Donegal party on the 30-31 August. Four months still to go and … Continue Reading Former Donegal Winners Lyons and Nelson Sign up for Déjà Vu Donegal!