Motorsport Ireland Young Driver of The Year Jake Byrne returned to form with podium finishes on two consecutive weekends at Brands Hatch. A nine time winner in FF1600 in 2015, … Continue Reading Byrne Is Back – two podiums in a week for Jake Byrne
So its the halfway point in my first year of Formula Ford. Its also the first time that I am doing a blog for Motorsport.ie, so I suppose I better introduce … Continue Reading Inside Track- with Jordan Dempsey
The 500 Motor Racing Club of Ireland stages the fourth car race meeting of the 2016 season at Kirkistown circuit on Saturday June 25. The regular Northern Ireland Formula Ford 1600 Championship … Continue Reading June Kirkistown Meeting Promises Thrills! #ff1600 #kirkistown #NIFiestas
Motorsport Ireland Young Driver of The Year Jake Byrne announced today that he will leave the 2016 Young Driver of The Year programme with immediate effect. Having encountered a number of … Continue Reading BREAKING NEWS- Jake Byrne to leave Motorsport Ireland Young Driver Programme.
Motorsport Ireland Young Driver of The Year Jake Byrne visits Silverstone this weekend as he attempts to step his challenge for the BRSCC Avon Tyres FF1600 Championship. Having struggled with mechanical … Continue Reading Jake Byrne set to challenge at Silverstone – Motorsport.ie
Cliff Dempsey racing, now in business for over 25 years, are acknowledged as the FF1600 experts in the UK. Regardless of who is in the cars, they are generally at … Continue Reading Cliff Dempsey Racing Dominate at Oulton Park – Motorsport.ie
That headline reads like something from the mid 1970s, a period when Ireland produced some of the fastest and best FF1600 drivers in the world. Michael Roe, Derek Daly, David … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Irish FF1600 Invasion Kicks off at Oulton!
Motorsport Ireland Young Driver of The Year Jake Byrne won first time out in the MI/Sport Ireland Van Diemen FF1600 at Kirkistown in Northern Ireland yesterday. Having just stepped into the … Continue Reading Jake Byrne wins at Kirkistown for Motorsport Ireland
Roadsports/Globals: Race 1: 1 Paul Conn (Crossle 47S) 13 laps 14m 03.50s (83.89mph); 2 John Benson (Crossle 37S) + 0.88s; 3 Mark Francis (Locost Honda); 4 Jim Larkham (Radical PR06); 5 Richard … Continue Reading Kirkistown Results- 2.4.16 – Motorsport.ie
The 2016 Northern Ireland motor racing season bursts into action at Kirkistown on Saturday April 2 with a bumper programme containing 14 races. Headlining the programme rounds of the Historic Formula … Continue Reading Historic Formula Ford 2000 Headlines at Kirkistown
Ginetta Junior star James Roe has been named as one of 6 drivers selected for participation in the new Team Ireland Foundation. This new initiative, a national programme of support … Continue Reading James Roe Selected For Team Ireland
At a prestigious awards ceremony in Dublin yesterday, Kildare’s Jake Byrne was named as the Motorsport Ireland/Irish Sports Council Young Racing Driver of Year 2015. This tops off an incredible … Continue Reading Jake Byrne is MI Young Race Driver of The Year – Motorsport.ie
Today is a tough day for the young men and lady who have been nominated for the Motorsport Ireland Irish Sports Council/Dunlop supported Young Driver of The Year Award (now … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- MI Young Driver of The Year Interview Day!
So day one of the 2015 BRSCC Formula Ford Festival is over and it seems that the Irish contingent are doing pretty well. 2008 Festival winner Wayne Boyd took pole … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Formula Ford Festival- Day 1
Traditionally, the Leinster Trophy meeting is the big one at Mondello Park. It used to be two weeks before or after the Phoenix Park meetings and for all classes, they … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Leinster Trophy Review.
Kevin O’Hara may not have raced many times in 2015 but he more than made up for that by dominating the Martin Donnelly Trophy race for Formula Ford 1600 at Kirkistown supported … Continue Reading O’Hara Wins the Martin Donnelly Trophy – Motorsport.ie