2011 Season

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  • 2011 Season

    The 2011 Hillclimb and Sprint season is ready to go.

    The championship dates have been published by Motorsport Ireland. There are fourteen Championship rounds over seven weekends, with the best ten results to count.

    Championship Rounds:
    Wexford 26-27th March
    Galway 16-17th April
    Carrick-On-Suir 14-15th May
    Carlow 4-5 June
    Clare 2-3rd July
    MEC 20-21 August
    Donegal 3-4th September

    Non-Championship Hillclimbs and Sprints:
    Carlow Sprint in Tynagh 20th March (date to be confirmed)
    Tipperary 2-3rd April
    Galway Sprint -Tynagh 26th June
    Limerick 30-31st July
    Laois Sprint -Tynagh 2nd October
    Galway Sprint-Tynagh 6th November

    There is a real buzz about hillclimbing this year despite the current economic problems that the country is facing. The motor clubs are looking to push the costs of competing down and give real value to the competitors. To this end it is up to all competitors to try to support the discipline in these trying times. Further more, if you know of someone who has a car in a garage and would be interested in doing a couple of events then please encourage them to go hillclimbing or sprinting. Its only by the support of competitors that our sport can survive and grow.

    The 2011 Hillclimb and Sprint season is just all set to start.

    The championship dates have been published by Motorsport Ireland. There are fourteen Championship rounds over seven weekends, with the best ten results to count.
    Wexford 26-27th March
    Galway 16-17th April
    Carrick-On-Suir 14-15th May
    Carlow 4-5 June
    Clare 2-3rd July
    MEC 20-21 August
    Donegal 3-4th September

    The Non-Championship Hillclimbs and Sprints are:
    Carlow Sprint in Tynagh 20th March (date to be confirmed)
    Tipperary 2-3rd April
    Galway Sprint -Tynagh 26th June
    Limerick 30-31st July
    Laois Sprint -Tynagh 2nd October
    Galway Sprint-Tynagh 6th November

    There is a real buzz this year about hillclimbing despite the current economic problems that the country is facing. There is a real effort being made by clubs looking to push the costs of competing down and give real value to the competitors. To this end it is up to all competitors to try to support the discipline in these trying times. Further more, if you know of someone who has a car in a garage and would be interested in doing a couple of events then please encourage them to go hillclimbing or sprinting. Its only by the support of competitors that our sport can survive and grow.

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