Killarney Historic Rally - A Spectacular Showcase

The rallying community is set to be captivated once again as the much-anticipated Killarney Historic Rally 2023 unfolds this weekend, promising a spectacular showcase of historic Rallying. The iconic event will offer a much-needed tonic for those experiencing withdrawal symptoms after the exhilarating Roger Albert Clark Rally.

Over 150 historic and modified cars will tackle eight stages covering just under 95 stage kilometres throughout Saturday with the final stage in darkness, which is just one of many changes for 2023 event, Organisers had already revealed that the iconic Molls Gap stage would not be run this year due to works on the stage.

The classic Caragh Lake stage does return, As well as a new stage never used on the Historic event just outside Killorglin but the reintroduction of a night stage will test the mettle of any crew this year.

Saturday will start with with the fast flowing Dromin stage before heading into the classic Caragh Lake test, Crews will then tackle the very fast Kilgobnet stage before heading into service, The second loop will be a repeat of the three morning stages before the return back to service for the second time, Rockfield 1 will then be run in daylight before a second run in darkness to end the spectacular event.

Local, National and International crews will be looking to take the crown from defending champion Jonathan Greer in his Ford Sierra Cosworth.

The ceremonial start will take place from 7pm in Killarney town centre.

RallyFish will provide LIVE text commentary, Results & Reaction from every stage on the live section of our website.

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Image - Michael Hetherington


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