The three final Billy Coleman award nominees for 2023 have been announced. Craig Rahill, Ryan Caldwell and Ryan McHugh now join Keelan Grogan, Jack Brennan, Cian Caldwell and Jack McKenna in … Continue Reading RAHILL, CALDWELL & MCHUGH FINAL BILLY COLEMAN AWARD NOMINEES FOR 2023
Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy driver David Kelly will embark on a season in the highly acclaimed Irish Tarmac Rally Championship in 2022, driving his Glebe Builders backed Ford Fiesta R5. … Continue Reading Donegal’s Kelly aims for Irish Tarmac Rally Championship success in 2022
Motorsport Ireland’s Junior Rally Series is returning after a break due to the coronavirus pandemic. After a very successful 2019, plans were in place for a bigger championship in 2020 … Continue Reading Motorsport Ireland Junior Rally Series 2022 is GO!
Callum Devine has unveiled the livery of the Hyundai i20 R5 he will use ahead of his assault on the 2020 FIA European Rally Championship. Like many others, the 26 … Continue Reading Livery Unveiled As Callum Prepares To Conquer Rome
There is a new wave of a female presence in Motorsport in Ireland. We have female drivers such as Nicole Drought paving the way for the younger generations and showing … Continue Reading Chatting With…… Letisha Conn
James Wilson made a perfect start to the Irish Forestry Rally Championship by taking his maiden overall victory on Sunday’s Carrick Forestry Rally. Wilson led the rally from start to … Continue Reading Wilson Praises MI Rally Academy after winning Valvoline Forestry opener
Two young drivers from Kildare and Co Derry have won Irish motorsport’s most prestigious honours at an awards ceremony in Dublin. Josh McErlean was named Young Rally Driver of the … Continue Reading WINNERS OF MI MOTORSPORT CHAMPIONS 2019 ANNOUNCED
After a very successful 2019 season the Motorsport Ireland Junior Rally Series will be returning in 2020, the dual surface championship is set to be bigger, catering for more classes … Continue Reading Motorsport Ireland Junior Rally Series 2020 is GO!
International motorsport insurance broker, MIS Motorsport, has been unveiled as the new sponsor of the Champions of Irish Motorsport Awards 2019. Over the last 15 years MIS Motorsport has grown to … Continue Reading INTERNATIONAL INSURANCE BROKER MIS MOTORSPORT TO SPONSOR CHAMPIONS OF IRISH MOTORSPORT AWARDS 2019
Jordan Hone’s R5 debut at the Cork 20 International Rally was very much a story of two days. The 2018 Billy Coleman Award runner-up bounced back from a frustrating first … Continue Reading Development is key in Hone’s R5 debut
Motorsport Ireland is pleased to announce updated Billy Coleman Award criteria for 2019. The updates make no changes to the eligibility criteria of those considered for the prestigious prize but … Continue Reading MI Announce Revised Billy Coleman Award Criteria
The debut in the Hyundai i20 R5 for James Wilson and co-driver Arthur Kierans ended in triumph, as they arrived back at the finish ramp of the Cartell.ie Killarney International … Continue Reading MI Young Rally Driver of The Year Wilson Impresses on R5 Debut in Killarney!
This Saturday’s Cambrian Rally, starting in the Welsh town of Llandudno, is the start of the serious stuff for the Motorsport Ireland Billy Coleman Award winner James Wilson. Round one … Continue Reading Wilson in Wales- Billy Coleman Award Winner Starts His Campaign!
Motorsport Ireland Young Rally Driver of the Year, Callum Devine, is in the final stages of preparation for the closing round of the 2018 Junior World Rally Championship (JWRC), Rally … Continue Reading Devine Hoping For Turkish Delight On Season Finale
Last weekend was an important one for twenty-two-year-old Jordan Hone, from Claudy, Co. Derry, as he guided his Opel Adam R2 to a superb Junior category victory on the two-day … Continue Reading Cracking Cork Re-fires Jordan Hone Rallying!
There was heartbreak for Callum Devine as he had to retire in the closing stages of Rally Portugal, round 3 of the Junior World Rally Championship (JWRC). 24 year old … Continue Reading JWRC Heartbreak for Irish Star Devine in Portugal