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‘Shock tactics’ at road safety roadshow

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More than 1,500 Mayo teens attended a hard-hitting road safety event yesterday (Thursday) in the TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar.

Major home rally challenge for rising star Raftery

Young Driver of the Year, Dean Raftery, will take on the biggest challenge of his career as he steps up to a BMW Mini World Rally Car in this weekend’s Colm Quinn BMW Galway International Rally.

Top motorsport and special stages at this weekend’s Galway International Rally

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Galway is gearing up for its big weekend of motor rallying when the annual Colm Quinn BMW Galway International Rally gets under way tomorrow.

Road Safety Road Show returns to educate students

The hard hitting road show, which educates teens about the terrible consequences of road carnage is returning to Mayo in February.

Galwayman in final three for €50,000 Young Driver Award

Motorsport Ireland has announced the three finalists for the prestigious Billy Coleman Award for Ireland’s Young Rally Driver of the Year.

Undertaker and car crash survivor to deliver hard-hitting road safety message

An undertaker and a car crash survivor are among those who will deliver a hard-hitting road safety message to Mayo teens next week.

Car crash survivor and undertaker to deliver hard-hitting road safety message

An undertaker and a car crash survivor are amongst those who will deliver a hard-hitting road safety message to Mayo teens next week.

Conlon storms to victory in round four, but Deane takes the title

Michael Conlon in his buggy took his maiden victory at round four of the Mayo and District Motorsport Club’s Loose Surface Autocross at Harrington’s Quarry near Swinford. In a tight battle he finished just over a second ahead of Derry man James Cassidy in his similar buggy, with Ronan Mackle from Down rounding off a buggy filled podium in third. Despite not being able to participate due to family commitments however, it was Derek Deane from Williamstown in his JB Buggy who had done enough in the earlier rounds to take the title for 2013. Deane won the first three rounds to see him win the coveted championship, as the best three rounds from the four events of the year count towards the final points tally.

We have not come as far as we think on drink driving

The drink driver is still with us. I wonder if we have been deluding ourselves a little bit about how much progress we really have made in road safety and to what extent Irish social values have moved.

We have not come as far as we think on drink driving

The drink driver is still with us. I wonder if we have been deluding ourselves a little bit about how much progress we really have made in road safety and to what extent Irish social values have moved.

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