Mar 29, 2018
Marshals and volunteers are urgently required for the Rose Hotel Circuit of Kerry Rally.
The April 8 event has attracted an unprecedented number of entries, set to top the 130 mark, making it one of the biggest rallies in Ireland in recent years.
To cope with the extra workload faced by Kerry Motor Club, the organisers have put an appeal to motorsport enthusiasts to lend a hand on the day to help with spectator marshalling, stage set up and time keep duties.
Experience is not needed as newcomers will be placed with an experienced mentor on the day.
Clerk of the course Richard Talbot said: “We are running four Stage Locations so we require as much help as possible to ensue the safe running of the event. We need marshals, timekeepers, Radio Operators and Passage controls personal if available for each stage.”
If you are available please contact any of the following:
COC Richard Talbot 0872680732
Deputy COC Eoin Duffin 0860689281.
C Marshall Don Rogers 086169 4924
Marshals Meeting Points
Meeting in Dwyre’s Mace Filling station in Camp Co Kerry (Next to Ashes Pub and Restaurant) at 7.15
Stage Commander Kieran Ambrose (087) 794 3182 Limerick Motor Club
Also meeting in Dwyres Mace Filling Station in Camp at 7,30
Stage Commander is Ted Murphy
Meeting at Cronin’s filling Station in Castlemaine Co Kerry at 7,50
Stage Commander is Jonathan O Shea 0876883721 Kerry Motor Club
Meeting at Sammys Food Store in Inch Co Kerry on ( Inch Beach) at
9..15 Stage Commander is Kevin Flannery 087 6451400 Killarney and District Motor Club
The rally is a round of the Triton Showers National Rally Championship, The Top Part West Coast Championship and the Moriarty’s Centra Kingdom of Kerry Rally Championship.
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