Mondello Park this morning confirmed that their annual 6 Hour Endurance Fiesta Zetec Race will indeed run in 2021, however the event will not go ahead on the planned date … Continue Reading Mondello Park Confirms Plans to run 6 Hour Fiesta Race When Restrictions Allow
In many ways, Mondello Park’s end of season Fiesta 6 Hour race has become one of the highpoints of the season. Always closely fought, the entry list is generally packed … Continue Reading F1 Drivers Return to Mondello’s Fiesta 6 Hour Endurance Race
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 annual Fiesta 6 Hour Endurance Race at Mondello Park always attracts a healthy entry, from across many motorsport disciplines. 2018 was no different with 32 teams comprising of over … Continue Reading Team Barrable Takes the Honours at Action Packed Fiesta 6 Hour
Irish Motorsport TV will cover the annual Fiesta 6 Hour Endurance race which takes place this Sunday at Mondello Park. Having covered the Leinster Trophy meeting at Mondello Park last … Continue Reading Irish Motorsport TV to cover Star Studded Fiesta 6 Hour at Mondello
Having starred on his return to Mondello Park at the Historic Racing Festival, one of Ireland’s most famous racing drivers will return to the Kildare race circuit to take part … Continue Reading Tommy Byrne to Tackle Mondello Fiesta 6 Hour Race
Well, what a weekend. I know I sometimes drone on about the old days, but I was practically brought up in the Mondello paddock. I remember the screaming Formula Atlantics, … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Mondello Turns 50 and Winds Back The Years
It would appear drama and excitement follow Tommy Byrne wherever he goes and today was no different. I was delighted to be able to broker the deal which saw Tommy … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Tommy Byrne Impresses on F1 Drive- 36 years later!
“Forget Schumacher and Senna. Tommy Byrne was the best of them all.” So says former F1 team boss and TV pundit Eddie Jordan. From grasstracking Minis in Dundalk, via Mondello Park initially, Tommy … Continue Reading Tommy Byrne to race James Hunt’s Hesketh at Mondello Historic Festival!
I was in Mondello when Tommy Byrne blitzed that FF2000 race in the Ola/Navan Shopping Centre Van Diemen. I have said it before, but I think there was far more … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Crash And Burn Wins an IFTA!
Tommy Byrne, the Dundalk lad whose rapid rise to Formula One in the ‘80s was followed by an equally spectacular fall, will be in Belfast on the 1-2 December. The … Continue Reading Tommy Byrne- Belfast Crashed & Byrned Book Signing, December 2nd.
As I write my Mondello review for the CarSport Yearbook, (which should be on your shelves soon,) I always comment on the fact that the year has passed extremely quickly. … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- There’s another year gone!
Like all sports, Motorsport can be cruel. Most of us who have competed, at any level, are acutely aware of this. I am old enough to remember watching Tommy Byrne … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Crash And Byrne Preview
In 1981, Dundalk’s Tommy Byrne was on the crest of a wave. He was rapidly becoming known as one of the fastest drivers in the business and looked set for … Continue Reading Motormouth’s Mutterings- Tommy Byrne- FF2000 at Mondello Park in 1981