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
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!
This is your ‘chance in a lifetime’ opportunity to bid for the chance to navigate, arguably the greatest rally driver of all time, Walter Rohrl, on Titanic Déjà vu Ulster! … Continue Reading WANT TO NAVIGATE FOR THE LEGENDARY WALTER ROHRL?!
“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
John Haugland, a former factory Skoda driver, will return to Ulster at the end of August to take part Titanic Déjà vu Ulster. John Mulholland, the Skoda dealer in Randalstown … Continue Reading Norwegian Rally Ace Haugland joins Titanic Déjà vu Ulster
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
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