Cork 20 – Press Release 2
With the Acesigns Cork 20 International Rally 2017 just around the corner, and being the final round of the 2017 Clonakilty Black Pudding Irish Tarmac Championship and a round of the Pasticbags.ie Southern Four Championship, the organising committee wishes to advise intending competitors of the following information.
The full route has now been finalised and will consist of 16 stages on a 4 x2 format on both days. This year the rally will have a very compact route. The International/National competitors will compete over 240 stage kilometres with only 280 road kilometres in total. Entry fee for these competitors is being set at €775 + levy.
Historic competitors will run with the main field and will compete on 14 of the 16 stages giving them approx. 215 stage kilometres. Entry fee for the Historic category is being set at €685 + levy.
Junior competitors will be getting ten stages split over the two days with total stage distance of approx. 150 kilometres. Entry fee is being set at €412 + levy.
The compact route over the two days will have centralised service, scrutiny and trailer park.
Classic stages such as Killnamartra (which Sebastian Loeb stated as being one of the best he ever competed on), Fuhiry, Lough Allua, will be some of the stages being used in similar formats to what was used in years gone by.
Enquiries are already being received and competitors may contact the Clerk of the Course, Paul Browne on 087 268 9318 (00353 87 2689318) or the Deputy Clerk of the Course, Brian McCarthy on 087 287 6995. (00353 87 2876995)
Enquiries may also be emailed to Cork20entry@gmail.com
Updates on this event will be provided regularly on www.munstercarclub.com and on our Facebook page ‘Acesigns Cork 20 International Rally 2017’ and we urge you all to pencil in the dates of Saturday the 30th September and Sunday 1st October 2017 for what will be a very enjoyable, memorable and competitor friendly event and the final round of the Irish Tarmac Championship
See our latest press release for Cork 20.