The Irish pairing of Nicole Drought and Sean Doyle made a stunning Britcar Endurance Championship debut last weekend at the high speed Croft Circuit in Yorkshire. Despite minimal testing, the … Continue Reading Drought and Doyle Win for CJJ on Britcar Debut
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
This weekend, Kildare’s James Roe Jnr and Tipperary’s Nicole Drought will fly to the US the their CJJ Motorsport Team. The team, set up by Irish expat John Campion, selects … Continue Reading CJJ Drivers Nicole Drought & James Roe to Test Jordan F1 Car in Florida
Ireland’s top female racing driver Nicole Drought will drive a Formula One car this weekend at Mondello Park. The The Tipperary racer gets this incredible chance due tro the generosity of … Continue Reading Nicole Drought To Drive Iconic Guinness #F1 Car at Mondello This Weekend.
14 year old Letisha Conn has been named as the June winner of the Formula Female Star Drive, an initiative set up to showcase female talent in Irish Motorsport. Letisha currently leads … Continue Reading Letisha Conn Wins June Formula Female Star Drive Award
Ireland’s top female racing driver Nicole Drought has been selected to speak at Swim Ireland’s #WePlay Inspiring Girls in Sport Conference, which returns on July the 3rd to the Sport Ireland Campus! This one-day conference … Continue Reading Nicole Drought To Speak at #WePlay Inspiring Girls in Sport Conference
Brendan Coffey wins Investec 20×20 Media Award with feature on the rise of an exciting talent in Irish motorsport
Brendan Coffey is the Investec 20×20 Media Awards winner for the month of May. Brendan (34) is a sportswriter from Maynooth, Co Kildare. His work appears regularly across Ireland’s leading … Continue Reading Brendan Coffey wins Investec 20×20 Media Award with feature on the rise of an exciting talent in Irish motorsport
Nicole Drought and Colin Lewis took an emphatic Endurance race victory on Sunday at Anglesey Circuit in North Wales, crossing the line 21 seconds ahead of their nearest challenger after … Continue Reading Irish Drivers Drought and Lewis Take 4 Hour Endurance Win
Nicole Drought headed to Bishopscourt in County Down last weekend determined to put her Stryker Championship challenge back on track. Having struggled with brake balance issues at Mondello last month, … Continue Reading Drama for Drought at Bishopscourt
The Fiesta 6 Hour race has been running for a number of years now and is hugely popular with drivers and fans alike. Running after the race season has ended, … Continue Reading Irish Motorsport TV- the Naas Court Hotel Fiesta 6 Hour
The Irish Stryker class, once described as “recessionproof”, due to the fact that they managed to keep grids up when others shrank, is back for 2019, bigger and better. Details … Continue Reading 2019 Irish Stryker Championship is GO!
Nicole Drought, from Roscrea in Tipperary, yesterday won her class at the ALMC Spring Endurance Trial. Nicole is the reigning Class A1 Champion and started off her title defence in … Continue Reading Drought Kicks off Endurance Title Defence With a Win
The ALMC ran the opening round of the 2019 Coffee Perfection backed Endurance Championship last weekend. Based at Luttrelstown Castle, the event had been superbly promoted on social media in … Continue Reading Rob Barrable takes the honours at ALMC Endurance Trial
It was an excellent weekend for women in motorsport as both Patricia Denning and Nicole Drought took victories over the weekend- in two very different disciplines. Patricia Denning has plenty … Continue Reading Women Make History as Drought and Denning Take Wins
Irish racing driver Nicole Drought has teamed up with Naas Tyres and Autocare. The 24 year old, from Roscrea, competes in the Irish Stryker Championship, and the deal was announced … Continue Reading Nicole Drought Teams Up With Naas Tyres and Autocare
“The first winner of the Leinster Trophy in 1934 and still the only woman to win the event was Frances “Fay” Taylour from Dublin. Fay Taylour had already established quite … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Leinster Trophy Ladies!