Déjà vu Motorsport is going west in 2020 to fire up memories of some of the great Galway and Circuit of Ireland stages. Our rally re-union will centre on Westport. … Continue Reading DEJA VU HEADS WEST IN 2020 FOR #DEJAVUCONNEMARA
Seven times Belgium and Dutch Rally Champion in 1992 and European Rally Champion in 1994 Patrick Snijers will be a celebrity guest at Déjà Vu Donegal, the event that is … Continue Reading MULTIPLE CHAMPION SNIJERS WILL BE CELEBRITY GUEST AT DÉJÀ VU DONEGAL
Eugene Donnelly, three times winner of the Donegal International Rally, is the latest of the former winners who will be in Donegal at the end of August for Déjà vu … Continue Reading THE ‘GENIE’ JOINS MCHALE AND NESBITT AT THE DÉJÀ VU DONEGAL PARTY
Andrew Nesbitt, the six-time Donegal International Rally winner, will be in the Parade of Power when the crews leave Jackson’s Hotel at 10.00am on Saturday, 31 August on the 120 … Continue Reading NESBITT JOINS DEJA VU DONEGAL!
Jimmy McRae, the 1980 Donegal International victor and multiple British and Irish rally champion, is the sixth former Donegal winner who will be attending Déjå Vu Donegal, the massive rally … Continue Reading 1980 Donegal Winner Jimmy McRae Joins Déjà Vu Donegal!
Two time winner of the Donegal International Rally, Austin MacHale, will be returning to ‘The Hills’ for Déjà vu Donegal on the 30-31 August. The multiple Irish Rally Champion will be … Continue Reading McHale Reunited With Xtravision M3 for DEJA VU DONEGAL!
“The Forgotten,” the co-drivers, whose lot is often not a happy one, are coming in their numbers to the great Titanic Déjà Vu Ulster re-union. Co-driving has evolved from primarily … Continue Reading CO-DRIVERS NAVIGATING THEIR WAY TO TITANIC DEJA VU ULSTER
John Taylor, Ireland’s first Tarmac Rally Champion and the winner of the Ulster International Rally in 1978 will return to take part in Titanic Déjà Vu Ulster this autumn. The … Continue Reading TARMAC CHAMPION TAYLOR RETURNS TO ULSTER FOR TITANIC DEJA VU
Two of the most prominent ladies in the history of rallying, Rosemary Smith and Louise Aiken-Walker MBE, will be joining the star studded line up in Belfast for TITANIC DÉJÀ … Continue Reading Leading Ladies join Titanic Déjà Vu Ulster
The Agnew Group’s spectacular new Porsche Centre in Belfast’s Titanic Quarter will throw open its doors on the 31st of August to Walter Röhrl and the other entrants at TITANIC … Continue Reading PORSCHE CENTRE BELFAST PARTNER WITH TITANIC DEJA VU ULSTER
Five times Circuit of Ireland Rally winner, Paddy Hopkirk, has confirmed that he will be returning to his native Belfast to take part in Titanic Déjà Vu Ulster on August … Continue Reading Hopkirk puts Titanic Déjà Vu Ulster in his Diary!
Walter Röhrl, the German driver voted ‘Rally Driver of the Millennium’ and called ‘A Genius on Wheels’ by Niki Lauda, will return to the scene of his dominant win in … Continue Reading Walter Röhrl to return to Northern Ireland for “Titanic Deja Vu Ulster”
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 … Continue Reading Irish Cancer Society benefits from Déjà Vu Motorsport
Dr. Beatty Crawford and Plum Tyndall have recently returned from the Kingdoms of Cork and Kerry having completed plans for a 50% new route for their Easter event. “Our aim … Continue Reading 50% NEW ROUTE FOR DÉJÀ VU KILLARNEY 2017
Billy Coleman will have a busy time during Circuit Déjà Vu 2016 next Easter in Killarney since he will also drive the Ford Escort MEV 36J which he used to … Continue Reading Billy Coleman to be reunited with “MEV36J” on Circuit Déjà Vu.
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. … Continue Reading COLEMAN’S 1974 ESCORT RETURNS FOR Circuit Déjà vu