It is hard to believe that it is four years since the Triton Showers-backed Motorsport Ireland National Rally Championship last visited Clare. Between the pandemic and the new event rotation … Continue Reading Liam Cleary Autoworld Clare Rally Preview
12 months on from 2022’s tense Ulster Rally finale, the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship will yet again go down to the wire on the two-day classic. Callum Devine, Josh Moffett, … Continue Reading ALL TO PLAY FOR AT 2023 ULSTER RALLY
Callum Devine and Noel O’Sullivan’s start-to-finish victory on Sunday’s ALMC Rally means that both the main Triton Showers Motorsport Ireland National Rally Championship title protagonists now have three wins a … Continue Reading Third Triton Showers National Rally Championship win of the season for Devine and O’Sullivan
A rapid time through Stage 13, Badgers Hill, was enough for Callum Devine and Noel O’Sullivan to claim their fourth Irish Tarmac event win in a row on the Cork … Continue Reading SIMPLY DEVINE- CALLUM DOES 4 IN A ROW!
Callum Devine and Noel O’Sullivan secured their third Irish Tarmac Rally win on the trot, clinching a maiden Donegal International Rally victory. Devine finished the 20-stage event 55.5 seconds ahead … Continue Reading Emotional Donegal win gives Devine Irish Tarmac hat-trick
Josh Moffett and Andy Hayes were forced to pull out all the stops as they defended their West Cork International Rally crown to win the second round of the 2023 … Continue Reading Josh Moffett Holds off Charging Barrable to take West Cork Win
The 43rd Clonakilty Park Hotel West Cork Rally is just over a week away and the entry list has revealed a very exciting line up of drivers and machinery. The … Continue Reading Hard to Pick a Winner from Competitive West Cork Entry!
The 2023 Irish Tarmac Rally Championship is go, and it is set to get off to the best start on the Galway International Rally. A maximum entry of crews will … Continue Reading Moffett Brothers, Meirion Evans and Callum Devine Head Entries for Galway Thriller
Josh Moffett and Andy Hayes clinched win number four of their stunning Acesigns Irish Tarmac Rally Championship campaign on the Cork 20 International Rally. The Hyundai i20 R5 duo was … Continue Reading MOFFETT HOLDS OFF CHARGING DEVINE TO TAKE CORK 20 THRILLER
Callum Devine and Noel O’Sullivan won the Rally of the Lakes for the first time after an epic duel with Alastair Fisher and Gordon Noble ended when the latter crashed … Continue Reading Devine Takes The Lakes After Final Stage Thriller
The Acesigns Irish Tarmac Rally Championship travels to the ever-popular West Cork Rally for its second round of 2022. A fully booked entry of 200 cars is West Cork’s reward … Continue Reading West Cork attracts bustling Irish Tarmac entry
The Irish Tarmac Rally Championship is back. Galway International Rally’s return to its two-day format provides a fitting opener and one that is sure to challenge the best rally drivers … Continue Reading Titanic ITRC tussle expected on star-studded Galway Rally
County Derry’s Callum Devine will start his first full assault on the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship on February’s Galway International Rally. Ireland’s leading motorsport series is Devine’s priority in 2022 … Continue Reading Devine to begin Irish Tarmac campaign on tough Galway Rally
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
Motorsport Ireland Rally Academy driver Callum Devine has secured one of the biggest opportunities of his career as he has been given a priority entry by Hyundai Motorsport Customer Racing … Continue Reading MI Rally Academy Driver Devine to Compete in European Rally Championship Round
After a seven week break the Irish Tarmac Rally Championship kicks back into gear this coming weekend with round five, the iconic Donegal International Rally taking place from 21st – … Continue Reading Fisher Chases ITRC Points in Donegal as Breen switches to WRC Power!