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Bavaria Formula 1 comes to Dublin

Jenson Button to race on the streets of Dublin

Posted by Shane Teskey on 23 November 2011 in Motorsport | No comments

For the first time ever, one of the leading F1 teams in the world will take to the streets of Dublin as Jenson Button races his F1 Vodafone McLaren-Mercedes along our cobbled streets

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Waterford Man Joins Top US Drift Team

Posted by Shane Teskey on 11 April 2011 in Motorsport | No comments

22 year old Waterford man, Dean Kearney joins Samuel Hübinette Racing in his assault of the 2011 Formula DRIFT series in the United States.

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Irish Rebels Triumph over Europe’s Finest.

Posted by Shane Teskey on 10 November 2010 in Motorsport | No comments

It’s a story of Irish ingenuity, hard work and determination, plus a timely reminder that even with the odds stacked against them the Irish are capable of taking on the best in Europe and coming out on top.

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Cannonball Run 2010

Posted by Shane Teskey on 12 September 2010 in Motorsport | 1 comment

Founded just as the Irish economy crashed, you might have thought the timing of the Irish Cannonball to be a little off but a visit to the start line in Merrion Square this weekend proved just how popular this event has become.

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Prodrift Drivers 'Shock and Awe' Motorcheck at Citywest

Posted by Shane Teskey on 20 July 2010 in Motorsport | 8 comments

A sun-drenched weekend set the scene for Prodrift’s first time in the capital city at the Citywest Exhibition Centre for Round 3 of the Irish series. Expectations were high for this event, as fans and drivers alike were eagerly anticipating what was on offer, and for all involved it did not disappoint.

I promised Ian and the guys at Prodrift that I’d try and put my experiences at Round 3 of the Prodrift Irish Series at Citywest into words for the Motorcheck blog. It’s not as easy as you might imagine and I wasn’t surprised when I found out later that Sunday morning was considered one of the best drift events ever witnessed in Ireland.

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